So Benny boy would like to interfere in Egypt's elections?
Benjamin Netanyahu, the Israeli prime minister, warned on Sunday that the direction of Egyptian politics was anti-Israeli. He told diplomats last week that Egyptian officials – including Nabil al-Arabi, the foreign minister – were pandering to political militants by branding Israel as the "enemy".
That would be opposed to pandering to Israel as the last dictator was very fond of doing would it?
How about letting the Egyptian people themselves decide whether they enjoy watching their neighbours the Palestinians living under the boot of oppression instead of being forced to watch it while Mubarak controlled them?
- KarlLv 710 years agoFavorite Answer
The boot of oppression
Is that what you call firing rockets murdering innocent israelis , throwing stones at the military and stabbing babies to death
- Jacques DefargeLv 410 years ago
One thing that has been noticeable about all the protests throughout the Arab world has been the lack of anti-Israeli rhetoric among the usually anti-Zionist Arab masses.
Netanyyahu is worried that the Egyptian military will lose power in a genuinely democratic Egypt. The military, while not openly pro-Israeli, at least have a tacit working relationship with the Israelis. Witness the policing of Palestinian smuggling tunnels into Gaza by the Egyptian Army. As an aside, it is interesting that Sharm el Sheik, the most lucrative resort in Egypt, is controlled by the Army, after being developed by the Israelis when the Sinai was occupied.
The Egyptian officials are merely trying to do what all the reactionary regimes of the Arab world have done since 1948 - use anti-Zionism as a distraction for the Arab masses from their own regimes' failings. But this time the protesters and the general population seem to have other priorities.
- Proud InfidelLv 710 years ago
When Mubarak was chased from power it was a Muslim-Christian revolt but now the Muslims goaded on by the Muslim Brotherhood are turning on their brothers in arms with anti-Christian attacks while calling calling for Sharia law and other restrictive measures,I saw this coming,the Egyptian people have went from the frying pan into the fire.That is the reality and a demonstration of Islamic supremacy and its attending disregard for other cultures or religions.Some people can't face the truth of the reality of the situation in the middle east,a t.d indeed.Source(s): Media reports.
- † PRAY †Lv 710 years ago
This mess in the middle east will end up being one big jihad and when Iran finally gets their nukes we will really have fun.