Egyptian parliament demands expulsion of Israeli ambassador

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    CAIRO, (PIC)-- The Egyptian peoples assembly passed a resolution on Monday with a majority of votes asking the government to expel the Israeli ambassador from Cairo.

    The parliamentary Arab affairs committee had recommended the expulsion of the Israeli ambassador, recalling the Egyptian ambassador from Tel Aviv, cancelation of the Camp David treaty, and halting gas exports to Israel in retaliation to the Israeli aggression on Gaza Strip and Judaization of occupied Jerusalem.

    Mohammed Idris, the head of the committee, said that an agreement was reached with the assembly’s presidium on sending a parliamentary delegation to Gaza the soonest to break the siege on the coastal enclave.

    Egyptian parliament demands expulsion of Israeli ambassador
     
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    No suprises here...Israel continues to build settlements, steals land...nothing but fire in her future.
     
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    Pbel, we sure could use Magnum here, along with half a dozen of your other nesting mates. Why don't you get on the horn and round 'em up. MJB would be very glad to play with y'all again. Now,raus.
     
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    It's a weak argument, you act as though the Israeli settlements are the biggest problem of Arab countries worldwide which is false.

    However I agree with you on the 'No surprises there', as the new government of Egypt is the Muslim brotherhood.

    Muslim Brotherhood - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

    In short they are a bunch of religious nut jobs who think it's a great idea to run a country according to a centuries old fairytale book.
    They hate Israel on principle , not at all connected to the settlements.

    Another funny thing is that Arab countries claim to root for the Palestinians, however Palestinians in Arab countries are treated worse then in Israel.
     
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    Seems you don't know all that much about Arab countries. They are treated quite well in Jordan.

    Heck..when was the last time you were in the middle east?
     
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    This reminds me of a Palestinian friend of mine. His family was thrown out of Hebron by Israel. Somehow he made it to the US, became a citizen, and owns a business here. However, his wife and two preteen daughters are stuck in Jordan. They cannot come to the US. He only sees them two weeks every year on his vacation. I don't think Jordan is the problem.

    It is a sad story, indeed.
     
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    Well a large part of the Jordanian population is of Palestinian descent, so its probably better for them there. I know in Kuwait the Palestinians are treated like dirt, and in Lebanon they are still sitting in refugee camps they set up in the 1960's.
     
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    Its very simple: Settlement building is the #1 impediment to peace talks...Israel is still claiming that her War Gains against a civilian population be recognized, with or without World approval...Her claim of E. Jerusalem spells eternal war. Only sharing or internationalizing Jerusalem might save her if she makes peace with Islam...
     
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    There are no peace talks to impede.
     
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    Oh sure go get all and invade 1.4 billion Muslims and teach them democracy like in Egypt and Libya so that we can save a useless ally which controls American foreign policy in the middle east trough AIPAC and its moneyed friends at the cost of thousands of American lives of the poor.
     

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