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Monday, January 31, 2011

Video: Egyptian protesters call for destruction of Israel

CNN's Nick Robertson speaks with some of the "Democracy seeking" Muslim protesters who have nothing but genocidal remarks to offer him.

Let's go to the videotape.

Kind of makes you want to root for Mubarak, doesn't it?

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At 11:06 PM, Blogger NormanF said...

Well this is the program of the MB... Debbie Schlussel says the only good thing about the peace Israel signed with Egypt is the Stupid Jews gave away a huge buffer zone and a source of oil for nothing.

The value of peace treaties with Arab regimes is as good as long as those regimes last.

Hopefully, a lesson has been learned about the value of peace with Arabs who still hate the Jews and Israel decades after "peace" was ostensibly made with them.

At 11:34 PM, Blogger biorabbi said...

I've come to the conclusion Israel is ruled by idiots. Why allow Mubarak's army control rioting in the Sinai and violate the Camp David Accords. Egypt will now use this permission as "precedent" by which they can argue, "Israel approved for our army to provide stability in the Sinai." At any rate, if the Muslim Brotherhood abrogates the CD Accords, maybe Bibi and Ehud will realize Mr. Obama will not and cannot help them. The only solution will be to retake the Sinai. On the other hand, Israel will need to build a file explaining how Egypt is abrogating the treaty.

At 2:30 AM, Blogger BH in Iowa said...

Meanwhile Chucklehead just stood there casually nodding his head.

More mainstreaming of genecidal anti-Israel incitement.

At 4:39 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Egypt has been a "frenemy"--hostile in many respects: cold peace, promotion of poisonous anti-Semitism etc.; friendly in others (isolation of Hamas parallel to promoting Hamas-Fatah unity). Army-to-army relations are probably as reliable as they could be--this is a vote of confidence or misguided optimism (take your pick) that the Egyptian army will resist MB islamism moving forward.


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