When asked recently what issue keeps him awake at night, new security service chief replied that it’s the possibility of Hamas carrying out a large-scale surprise attack. It’s now his job to keep that from happening.06:46 12.02.16 | 0 comments
The so called peace treaety was made by Sadat who had unlimited powers in Egypt but was weak and wavering under Western pressure. Mr. Carter, was able to seduce Sadat with terms very advantageous to Israel. The Egyptian people was kept in the dark on the terms and their meanings. No referendum was held to get the approval of the Egyptians and no serious national discussions were made in Egypt. As for every event, the God-like president (Sadar, Munarak, etc.) can never make mistakes. In raelity, Egypt did not get a total sovereignity over the Sinai. Israel has a veto on how many soldeirs Egypt can deploy there and the Sinai is de facto a demilitarized zone. Not a single Egyptian would have accepted that historic humiliation. Now Israel, Seeing Egypt opening Rafah to Gazans (there are still limited some conditions imposedl). Israel is accustomed to total submission from Arab leaders but that would dramatically change.