What Egypt's president has forgotten
Morsi's declaration that Egypt has no intention of honoring the treaty as long as there is a stalemate in the negotiations between Israel and the Palestinians, may be seen as a violation of the agreement itself.
In his interview with the New York Times on the eve of his first visit as Egypt's president to the United States, Mohammed Morsi conditioned the continued implementation of the Egyptian-Israeli peace treaty on the fulfillment of commitments by the United States and Israel regarding Palestinian self-rule. He stated: "As long as there is no peace and justice for the Palestinians, the treaty will remain...
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