Skip to comments.Egyptian Spokesmen: Put Peace Treaty to a Referendum
Posted on 04/23/2014 8:44:41 PM PDT by Olog-hai
Spokesmen for the two Egyptian presidential candidates recently advocated for putting the peace treaty between Egypt and Israel to a vote in a referendum. [ ]
Our enmity with the Zionist enemy goes to our very existence. Its either us or them. No peace is possible, said Tamer Hindawi, (Hamdeen) Sabahis spokesman, during the debate.
He further claimed that The Zionist enemy is clearly the head of colonialism in the region. In our view, the Camp David Accords are responsible for many of our crises, and might even be the main reason for Egypts subjugation to America, and for the decline in its role as an Arab, Islamic, and African leader. [ ]
Meanwhile, Mahmoud Badr, Al-Sisis spokesman, said that the former Egyptian defense minister will hold extensive discussions about what the Egyptian people gain from these accords. If it turns out that we do not need them, I believe that Al-Sisi will not hesitate and will put them to a referendum.
Both spokesmen also supported fighting the Zionist enemy
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what a shame a once-great nation like Egypt has sunk to these low dregs
(and no, its not the damnedJoooos’ fault, ha!)
Tamarod, the Egyptian movement which led the opposition to Morsi, has since his ouster began collecting signatures to a new initiative calling to cancel the peace treaty with Israel.Tamarod is as moderate as the Muslim Brotherhood. Did try to warn some Freepers.
ps: in simple point of fact,
the Islamic practice of trying to blame everybody else for their own failings as a people and as societies, nation states, economies, etc.
that is a major part of their problem
Funny how they didn’t want to do that BEFORE they got the Sinai back.
Well, Nasser did; his whole political career was based on it. And before Carter helped him, Sadat did as well, or claimed to.
If youd like to be on or off, please FR mail me.
Jimmy Carter will monitor the referendum
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