Morsi: We will support Palestinian legitimate rights

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    CAIRO, (PIC)-- Newly installed Egyptian president Mohammed Morsi has said that Egypt would respect international treaties it signed and would seek to regain Palestinian legitimate rights.

    He said in a speech at Cairo University on Saturday after the swearing-in ceremony that Egypt affirms its commitment to international agreements and treaties.

    Morsi said that Egypt would support the Palestinian people until regaining all legitimate rights and would push forward internal Palestinian reconciliation.

    Morsi: We will support Palestinian legitimate rights
     
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    Well,bully for Morsi.
     
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    Really who "didn't" see this coming?
     
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    Hillary smoozin' with the Brotherhood...
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    Clinton holds first meeting with Egypt's new president
    14 July`12 — U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton hoped to use her first meeting with Egypt's new Islamist president on Saturday to steer Mohammed Morsi toward opening a dialogue with the military that could end the country's political crisis.
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    Clinton to Egypt's Moris: Find way out of crisis
    14 July`12 — U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton used her first meeting with Egypt's new Islamist president to press Mohammed Morsi to start a dialogue with military leaders as a way of preserving the country's transition to democracy.
     
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    Of course Mursi would honor commitments, with an Islamic twist! Every Arab member state offered to negotiate a final peace after 9/11 in 2002. Israel refused to even consider it because it is she the aggressor state not the Arabs who had kept their peace with Israel for 30 years. Israel will not be a nuclear monopoly in 20 years...Pakistan will nuke Israel if she nukes her ME enemies.


    Israel's right wing wakos are intent on justifying the expulsion of the Palestinians from ancient Judea with their settlement policies. The crucial point today is: will Israel heel to the will of American Foreign Policy of the Two State Solution which is in our vital interests or will AIPAC'S Money trump the Will of the People?

    That was their goal then and now.
     
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    Morsi says he will back Palestine, among other things he said that brought the crowd to their feet. Which means he will back the PLO, Hamas and Fatah Charters. Since he is an Islamic Brohood guy he said that Egypt will become entirely Islamist with Shariah laws to guide the country. Sounded just like Arafart and other leaders over there who say one thing to the world media and the real truth to the Arab media and the folks. I trust Morsi about as far as I could kick him.
     

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