The Muslim Brotherhood Poised For Victory Have Hardened Their Hearts Towards The Peace Treaty & Are About To Gravely & Mistakenly Throw Out Sadat's Baby With Mubarak's Bathwater, To Their Demise - Comment - Israel News | Haaretz Daily Newspaper
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    • Lavi - Seattle
    • 27.11.11 | 08:56 (IST)

    And a generation grew up in Egypt that knew not war with Israel and they will mistakenly press for it until another Sadat appears on the horizon that will make another sacrificial trip to the Knesset to sign another peace treaty so future generations of Egyptians will not have to suffer death & defeat.

    from the article: Muslim Brotherhood sure of election victory in Egypt as Tahrir unrest lingers
    First published 00:46 27.11.11 | Last updated 00:46 27.11.11
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