Skip to comments.Morsi 'to Make Changes in Camp David Accords'
Posted on 08/15/2012 10:13:47 PM PDT by Olog-hai
Egyptian President Mohamed Morsi will discuss, in coming days, making changes in the Camp David Accord signed with Israel. The changes will allow Egypt "to implement its full sovereignty over the Sinai Peninsula."
(Excerpt) Read more at israelnationalnews.com ...
It is not an accord or agreement if one of the parties can change the terms at will.
I’m pretty sure their sovereignty over the Sinai is in its last months.
This whole thing is Obamas fault
Couple of well aimed rockets hitting the dam should change his tune . No matter what Israel does the news is going to come down hard on them . If this jerk starts something they should really make it hurt when they take him out (oh an boot every single reporter out of the area before they do anything)
This isn’t about Egypt, it’s about the whole Middle East.
When Obama started this crap he knew where it would lead.
Obama kicked over the first domino, and the rest will fall.
Obama-the-Undocumented-Moslem-Tyrant and the DNC
have made certain that a holocaust will result for
all Christians every Arab country he
has overthrown in his CODE-PINK-Ikhwan “Spring”.
If youd like to be on or off, please FR mail me.
What needs to made clear is that there are most likely only three scenarios ahead on this issue:
a) Morsi will try to negotiate with Israel to make changes to the treaty with Israel, and when they fail to satisfy Morsi’s demands for unrestricted military operations in Sinai, which they will because a demilitarized Sinai cannot be negotiated away without endangering Israel’s security, then Morsi will blame Israel and break the treaty, or
b) Morsi is not going to negotiate with Israel to try to change to the treaty - and a treaty it is, and therefor he thinks treaties don’t matter, and thinks he can then do what he wants, or
c) either a) or b) and Morsi intends to instigate an armed conflict with Israel, because he expects that:
(1) win (doubtful) or
(2) lose - likely, but
also likely ending with a broken treaty, Israel “occupying” Sinai, and a mere armistice at the new status quo, and therefor either way:
(3) Morsi will be a national hero, just for taking on Israel; the Islamist hatred of Jews will have Egyptian nationalism and public sentiment fully behind it; and “because of Israeli aggression” (Morsi’s self-created excuse) Egypt will rearm, to “free Palestine and Jerusalem”, and again with the Egyptian public behind it.
The full implementation of Islamic “law” will make Egypt over into an economically booming society as the world has never seen.
Or maybe that isn’t the kind of booming that will dominate.
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