Editorial Note: The new Mubarak regime has so far managed to shoot and kill more than 200 civilians up to date. They blamed Iran for counter protests, raided Al-Alam news desk ( Iran's Arabic channel) and detained the editor for no apparent reason. They have been praised by Netanyahu, other Israeli leaders and western powers and now is going all out in the Sinai and in their own words going after Hamas in the Gaza strip to stop ARMS SMUGGLINGS. These are pro Israeli policies that even the blind can see. If the army manages to stop the arms smugglings to Gaza then they will stop the only transit of shipment Iran has into delivering defensive weapons to the resistance and in turn will make Israel safer.
Sad to see how Egypt has fallen from being run by a vicious dictator to the Muslim Brotherhood and now to an ex-Mubarak army. All three rulers of Egypt has the same thing in common: They all are tools of Israel and the West used to foster Israeli dominance in the region and suppression of the Egyptians. It is time for the people of Egypt to take the power and become their own rulers and throw off these monsters.
The Israeli ambassador in Cairo has told a minister in the interim government that the people of Israel look upon General Abdul-Fattah Al-Sisi as a “national hero”. According to Israel Radio, the ambassador rang Agriculture Minister Ayman Abu-Hadid to congratulate him on his new post and said, “Al-Sisi is not a national hero for Egypt, but for all Jews in Israel and around the globe.”
Israel is looking forward to the launch of new relationships with Egypt, said Yaakov Amitai, as well as joint efforts in the war on terror. His mention of “terror” is understood to be an oblique reference to President Mohamed Morsi’s supporters protesting against the coup which removed him from office.
The two men agreed on the resumption of the work of the Supreme Egyptian-Israeli Agricultural Committee. Meetings of the committee are held alternately in Cairo and Tel Aviv every six months. They also agreed to reactivate the Egyptian branch of the Future Leaders Network, which includes Egyptian, Jordanian, Palestinian and Israeli youths.