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The Sinai Issue.

Reader comment on item: Rethinking the Egypt-Israel "Peace" Treaty

Submitted by Geni (United States), Nov 21, 2006 at 14:50

As Stated: "...Egypt's leading democracy movement, Kifaya, recently launched an initiative to collect a million signatures on a petition demanding the annulment of the March 1979 Egypt-Israel peace treaty..."

By obsequious, is Egypt returning the Sinai to Israel as a result of the annulment of 1979 Camp David?

The answer is no. Israel deals with real Muslims...They will play victims as sassy girls, annul the "peace agreement" and claim that Israel "occupied" the Sinai or got it through illegitimate ways.

Islamists love to insult the human intelligence legacy.

By obsequious again, every single inch of land under Israeli administration is fully developed and maximized in its naturally provided resources, as first of all a respect to mother earth and human race, can you say the same about Egypt?

What this kind has done in the last almost 40 years, to make the best of the Sinai Desert? NOTHING.

The answer is expected based upon their belief in the god of the moon and their total disdain in regards to the human race and the real G-d of the Universe.

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