Skip to comments.Without Mubarak, there is no Israeli attack on Iran
Posted on 02/12/2011 9:13:34 PM PST by Nachum
Most Israelis were either born or immigrated to this country during the period in which Hosni Mubarak ruled Egypt. This is the reality they know. And this is the significance of the stability that Mubarak provided them with. (Snip) The best case scenario, in his view, even if it is less likely, is that Egypt will become like Turkey before the era of Erdogan: a pro-American country, controlled by the military. Netanyahu shared with Mubarak his concerns about the growing strength of Iran. Egypt played a key role in the Sunni, the "moderate," axis, which lined up alongside Israel
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I’m not sure why, but people say this author is a snob.
Valid points raised in this article.
Who reads this stuff?
Read the “comments’ section.
They are mostly delusional and I pray that the are disruptors, don’t actually live in Israel!
Even if that's true, which one of any/i> of those actually are sound?
Quite frankly what I see there is, akin to the overwhelming majority of posts on this web-site is a bunch of extremely shrill hysteria.
Has the fool never heard that he was not in charge during the war, anwar was. ignorance is ignorance
No matter who comes out on top in Egypt, there is one cold reality vis-a-vis Israel and any future attack on the latter:
“Aswan High Dam”
Well, there are the Gulf States. Egypt will participate if they ask
I say that newspaper is a snob.
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