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    • Richard
    • 28.10.09 | 12:04 (IST)

    "Has not Israel made a habit of humiliating Egypt for carrying out it`s [sic] obligations under the peace treaty?" You mean like the obligation under Article III, section 2, "Each Party undertakes to ensure that acts or threats of belligerency, hostility, or violence do not originate from and are not committed from within its territory," which Egypt routinely violates by turning a blind eye to smuggling of weapons into Gaza? Or do you mean its obligation under the same section "to refrain from organizing, instigating, inciting, assisting or participating in acts or threats of belligerency, hostility, subversion or violence against the other Party, anywhere"? Or do you mean the requirement to exchange ambassadors? (Annex III, article 1) Or maybe you mean the requirement to refrain from "hostile propaganda"? (Annex III, article 5) Or maybe you mean that "Once again, I have no clue about what I am talking about"?

    from the article: Envisioning an alternative Egypt, post-Mubarak
    First published 02:18 28.10.09 | Last updated 10:59 28.10.09
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