Speaking at the Japanese Parliament Monday, Egypt’s President Sisi said, “It is no secret that terror organizations use the Palestinian issue…as an excuse for their atrocious operations & in the propaganda they spread to recruit new members.”
Speaking at the Japanese Parliament Monday, the Egyptian president claimed that “Egypt was the pioneer of the peace process in the Middle East and it remains committed to its peace treaty with Israel notwithstanding the difficulties it has experienced in the past few years.”
“Egypt will continue its efforts to revive the Israeli-Palestinian peace talks in order to achieve a permanent and just solution to the Palestinian issue”, Sisi further said.
“It is no secret that terror organizations use the Palestinian issue and the suffering of the Palestinian people as an excuse for their atrocious operations and in the propaganda they spread to recruit new members.”
Notwithstanding Sisi’s public commitment to maintain the peace treaty with Israel, Egyptian opponents to normalization with Israel continue their campaign against MP Tawfik Okasha, who hosted Israeli ambassador to Cairo, Haim Koren, at his house Saturday.
Egyptian newspaper al-Youm al-Sabi’ joined the anti-Okasha wave on Monday, launching a computer game titled “hit Israel’s MP with a shoe.” In the game, Okasha is seen standing with Israel’s flag on his back and the user is asked to hit his face using the mouse.
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