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The amateurs of the art of withdrawal and voyeurs when it comes to real espionage

Reader comment on item: Rethinking the Egypt-Israel "Peace" Treaty
in response to reader comment: what are they getting out of any agreement for peace?

Submitted by Harrak (Canada), Nov 28, 2006 at 23:26

"Egypt is showing a traitorous approach to the peace process"

if you mean by letting the arms flow to Gaza, the Egyptians say that Israel flows drugs to Egypt and that is something they can not control 100%. We can use both claims but neither has been seriously substantiated.

What is important is this. Israelis on the ground, who are amateurs of the art of withdrawal, voyeurs when it comes to real espionage, and diaper changers when it comes to battle, have invited the Egyptians to change their attitudes. Egyptians signed peace in respect of Israeli might. Now, they can see the might becoming myth like in Southern Lebanon experience where Israel did very poorly ; Egyptians triggered by masses trend are naturally bound to reshape the effects on the grown related to the treaty. They even want nukes now. I do not know where they Egyptians will invest the Israeli situation now, but most likely it will be for a bigger payroll. Now can the USA`s inflation heading economy maintain this payroll!


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