Wednesday, 8 April 2009

Cairo Traitor invited Netanyahu to Egypt


Netanyahu invited to Egypt

Israeli sources reported late on Monday at night that Israel’s Prime Minister, Benjamin Netanyahu, received an invitation from the Egyptian President, Hosni Mubarak, to visit the country and hold talks.

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The report on the invitation comes while the relations between Israel and Egypt experienced a rift following the new Israeli Foreign Minister, Avigdor Lieberman, publicly cursed the Egyptian President for not visiting Israel.

Netanyahu’s office reported that Netanyahu and Mubarak held a phone conversation, and Mubarak invited Netanyahu for talks at the Egyptian resort of Sharm Al Sheik. The two leaders did not set a date for the visit.

Meanwhile, the official Egyptian news agency stated that the conversation between the two leaders did not include an invitation, adding that the two leaders claimed to be determined to work for peace despite the recent tension caused by the statements of Lieberman, who also said that Israel should not be committed to previously signed peace deals.

Egypt is still boycotting Lieberman for cursing Mubarak. The offensive remarks of Lieberman were made last year.

The Israeli elections were held February 17 this year, and brought to power an extremist right-wing government.

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Israel and Egypt are said to be determined to strengthen their ties.

It is worth mentioning that Egypt was the first Arab country to sign a peace deal with Israel. The treaty was signed in Washington DC on March 26, 1979.

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