Wed Sep 15th, 2021 at 06:14:40 PM EST
Security at last ...
The last Great War that threatened the existence of the Jewish State in 1973 ... Egypt's president Anwar Sadat traveled to Jerusalem to give peace a chance. This led to the first true peace accords with a neighboring Arab state.
Before King Farouk cofounded the Arab League in 1945 and the seizure of power by Gamal Abdeel Nasser in 1954, the vast majority of Egyptians never identified as Arab, even though they speak Arabic.
Pharaonism was the most common form of Egyptian Nationalism that emphasized Egypt's Pre Islamic past and argued that Egyptians culturally closer to the Mediterranean region and emphasized the importance of Nile River. Both Muslims and Christians, and even Egyptian Jews were united by a common Egyptian identity and shared a common goal of driving out both the Turks and British.
President was assassinated by terrorists of the Muslim Brotherhood with a role for Ayman al-Zawahiri, later the co-founder of Al Qaeda with OBL, son of a Saudi building contractor.
First visit of an Israeli sitting Prime Minister to Egypt in ten years
Developments Arab Spring Egypt's Revolt Explained | @EuroTrib - Aug. 2013 |
Netanyahu fought for a false security by humiliating the Palestinian people, scrapping the Oslo Accords, thousands op Palestinians in administrative detention, torture and arresting children of any age.
Not a single US President was even-handed towards the Palestinians and Israel's illegal settlement expansion from the Green Line towards the Jordan river was never halted. The military arms and support of $3.5bn was never conditional. Ahead of the 2004 Presidential election George Bush promised the Palestinians independence by he end of 2005.
Netanyahu held secret talks with Syrian President Bashar Assad and were close to a peace agreement and a deal over the Syrian Golan Heights by the end of 2010.
The former president will be eternally glorified by Israeli leadership for offering the Golan Heights, and for Morocco he offered acceptance the Western Sahara as its territory. Neglecting international treaties, UN Security Council binding resolutions. Donald was disappointed Denmark wasn't willing to sell the vast emptiness of Greenland.
The Biden administration accepts the agreements made by the former ...
Blinken to honor Abraham Accords meeting with Israel, UAE, Bahrain and Morocco ministers | ToI |
Netanyahu is gone ... or is he?
Trump, has his devilish influence evaporated or will the kid make a comeback in 2024 to get his revenge for traitors to his cause.
And there is still an opportunity beyond Iraq and Saudi Arabia ...
How Israel Became Its Own Worst Enemy and Its Hope for the Future: A Personal Perspective | Peace Now Canada |
Admiral (res.) Ami Ayalon is a former director of the Shin Bet (Israel's security service), commander of the Israeli Navy, government minister and member of Knesset (Labour). He recently co-authored Friendly Fire: How Israel Became its Own Worst Enemy and the Hope for its Future. This is a memoir of Ayalon's journey towards becoming a strong voice for peace between Israelis and Palestinians and his analysis of the barriers impeding peace. He critiques self-defeating policies that have undermined Israel's civil society while heaping humiliation upon its Palestinian neighbours.
The book discusses what Israel must do to achieve relative peace and security and to sustain itself as a Jewish homeland and liberal democracy.
Ayalon converses with with guest host Jim Torczyner, founder and former director of the McGill Middle East Program in Civil Society and Peace Building (now called the International Community and Action Network).