Skip to comments.Egyptian Skeptics Silenced: Morsi's Letter was no Fake
Posted on 10/18/2012 3:59:30 PM PDT by Eleutheria5
A letter from the desk of Egyptian President Mohamed Morsi is sparking controversy in Egypt leaving people in disbelief that the Muslim Brotherhood leader had actually referred to the Israeli president as a "great friend."
Yet skeptical Egyptians who have called the letter a "Zionist fabrication" have now been silenced, as a spokesman for Morsi confirmed on Thursday the authenticity of the letter, which was given to Shimon Peres by Atef Salem, Egypt's ambassador to Israel, on Wednesday at an official ceremony in the president's residence.
The contents of the letter, which were leaked to the press, caused an uproar among Egyptians.
Great and good friend, Morsi wrote to Peres, being desirous of maintaining and strengthening the cordial relations which so happily exist between our two countries, I have selected Mr. Atef Mohamed Salem Sayed El Ahl to be our ambassador " Morsi then closed the letter, by expressing highest esteem and consideration.
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Sounds like taquiyah to me
Exactly what it is. Mandated by the filthy, stinking TP roll, koran POS.
Is this something like the “Beltway Syndrome” that we have over here? Morsi wants to buddy buddy up with the Israelis now because they throw the best parties on the ME diplomatic circuit?
He is simply acting like a responsible adult who is a president of a country, wanting cordial relations. It is his followers who want Egypt to have bad relations with their neighbors that are the problem.
It’s probably just boiler-plate credential language, but the Egyptians are getting all bent out of shape over it. The shame. We must pretend to be friends. Boohoo. Reminds me of boys age 8 who don’t want to sit next to girls.
Did they expect the letter to say:
Accursed President of the Zionist Entity Peres:
It is with great disgust that I actually address words towards you. You are the son of a pig and a monkey, and suffer from head trauma. But in order to get American money, I must keep the piece with you, so let’s get it over with. This is my ambassador. Do not murder him to use his blood for Purim pastries, of which you are overly fond, and we will only kill your ambassador if we’re really pissed off about something or other, and he can’t get out the window in time. But in the interim, we’ll talk business with him, and shower afterwards, as will our ambassador after he deigns to speak to the likes of you. You pig. You monkey. You Jew.
Those American Billion Dollar pay-days make a difference. (snort)
Toss in an “I fart in your general direction” and by Jove, I think you’ve got it!
Do the Egyptians still have all that armor and artillery in the Sinai?
The flowery language of diplomacy, delivered with a smile as the knife is being readied.
A letter from the desk of Egyptian President Mohamed Morsi is sparking controversy in Egypt leaving people in disbelief that the Muslim Brotherhood leader had actually referred to the Israeli president as a "great friend." ... "Great and good friend," Morsi wrote to Peres, "being desirous of maintaining and strengthening the cordial relations which so happily exist between our two countries, I have selected Mr. Atef Mohamed Salem Sayed El Ahl to be our ambassador..." Morsi then closed the letter, by expressing "highest esteem and consideration."oddly enough, probably no one in Israel believed it either. ;')
“Temporary” peace with Israel resulted in billions of dollars in aid that helped him prop up his regime and feed his people.
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