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As more potential challengers to Mubarak in 2011 emerge, the man himself (he of the preternaturally black hair) has spoken out on his ‘commitment to the integrity of these elections’. The stage is set for a rerun of 2005, with a new contender playing the Ayman Nour role. Mubarak made some references to the current political climate, saying that he welcomes ‘the interplay in the society as long as it abides by laws and the constitution and is intended to realize the interest of Egypt’, and has also said recently that Egypt does not need ‘a new national hero,’ widely taken as a shot at El-Baradei. As long as the current electoral system remains in place, the 2011 contest will be as much of a sham as the last one. Respect is due to El-Baradei for ruling out running in elections that are not completely free and fair.

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    April 26, 2010 at 2:43 pm Congressman charges Obama with ‘increasing danger’ in the world
    April 26, 2010 — budsimmons
    Congressman charges Obama with ‘increasing danger’ in the world

    By Bridget Johnson – 04/25/10 02:26 PM ET

    The tone against the Obama administration over its Israel policy is sharpening on both sides of the aisle, with one Republican congressman charging that the president is “increasing danger” in the world.

    Sen. Charles Schumer (D-N.Y.), a longtime supporter of Israel, said on a radio show last week that the administration’s stance on the issue — and “terrible” treatment of Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu — has been “counterproductive.”

    The senator added on the Nachum Segal Show that there is an internal “battle” going on in the White House over the issue.

    “One side agrees with us, one side doesn’t, and we’re pushing hard to make sure the right side wins – and if not, we’ll have to take it to the next step,” he said.

    Republicans are notching up their tone over the issue, as well.

    Rep. Tom Price (R-Ga.) told The Hill that the “embarrassing and reckless” administration stances meant that President Barack Obama is “increasing danger in the world, not decreasing it.”

    Price, chairman of the Republican Study Committee, said he’s concerned with the White House’s “incredible disconnect between the U.S. and Israel.”

    “The administration is incapable of believing that their actions can have marked consequences on the free world,” he said.

    The Obama administration has taken heat from lawmakers since the row sparked by a lower-level Israeli official announcing new construction in East Jerusalem during Vice President Joe Biden’s visit there in March.

    Though Netanyahu apologized for the timing, he made clear — including in a Washington speech at the American Israel Public Affairs Committee conference attended by Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton and scores of lawmakers — that Israel would proceed with building in the region that Palestinians want as their capital.

    Netanyahu then had a meeting with Obama that was reported as terse, and interpreted by many as a dressing down of the prime minister. Netanyahu later pulled out of Obama’s Nuclear Security Summit, sending a deputy instead.

    The State Department’s assertion that the relationship between the U.S. and Israel depended on the pace of Mideast peace negotiations appeared to be the tipping point for Schumer.

    “That is the dagger because the relationship is much deeper than the disagreements on negotiations, and most Americans – Democrat, Republican, Jew, non-Jew – would feel that,” Schumer said. “So I called up Rahm Emanuel and I called up the White House and I said, ‘If you don’t retract that statement you are going to hear me publicly blast you on this.’”

    White House Press Secretary Robert Gibbs battled back in Friday’s press briefing.

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    “We have an unwavering commitment to the security of Israel and the Israeli people,” Gibbs said. “We have said that from the beginning of this administration.”

    “I don’t think that it’s a stretch to say we don’t agree with what Sen. Schumer said in those remarks,” Gibbs added.

    A recent Quinnipiac poll indicated the administration could be vulnerable to calls it is not being supportive enough to Israel.

    Released last week, the poll showed 42 percent of respondents saying that Obama is not a strong supporter of Israel, compared with 34 percent who disagreed. Only 16 percent of Republicans and 33 percent of independents think the president is a strong supporter of Israel, while 53 percent of Democrats do.

    Respondents also said by 57 to 13 percent that their sympathies lie with Israel, and 66 to 19 percent said that the commander in chief should be a strong supporter of the Jewish state.

    Price, who was supposed to speak on an AIPAC panel but had to cancel because of the concurrent healthcare bill vote that Sunday, said that while there’s always been strong bipartisan support in Congress for Israel, he’s “heartened by Sen. Schumer’s strong and accurate portrayal of what the administration’s done” and hopes the muted comments he’s heard in the House grow into a louder chorus.

    Still, he said he’d be surprised if Democratic leadership attempted “to call the administration to account” on its Israel policy. “I would certainly welcome it and support it, but I’m not going to hold my breath,” he said.

    Price called Obama’s worldview “very, very dangerous” and added that the president has a “naivete of the dangers of the world.”

    Obama may also find the bipartisan discontent that’s growing over the speed and heft of Iran sanctions crossing over into the debate over his administration’s stance toward Israel.

    As Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad and his nuclear program are viewed by many as a direct threat to the Jewish state, Israel may find itself deciding to take unilateral military action against the Islamic Republic. This would markedly increase pressure on the White House from Congress.

    Source:
    http://thehill.com/homenews/house/94199-congressman-charges-obama-with-increasing-danger-in-the-world-

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Egypt returns to Nasserian rhetoric

ahmed-aboul-gheit While the peace between Israelis and the Egyptians was never a particularly strong one, both understood the need for restraint, especially after several wars between the two. However, in the past decade, several Egyptian officials used Gamal Abdel Nasser-like rhetoric to spur further tensions between the Jews and the Arabs. Recent case of such incitement comes from Egyptian Foreign Minister Aboul Gheit, who branded Israel an “enemy” during visit to Lebanon:

Following talks with Lebanese Prime Minister Saad Hariri, Parliament Speaker Nabih Berri and Foreign Minister ‘Ali Al-Shami, Aboul Gheit was asked whether he was visiting Beirut in order to convey a warning from Israel.

The Egyptian minister said in response that the purpose of his trip was not to relay messages “from the enemy to a sister Arab state.”

Aboul Gheit also said Cairo would stand by Lebanon and Syria in case they were attacked.

(Ynet)

ABOUL GHEIT IS notorious for his anti-Israel remarks, and this one cannot necessarily be attributed to Hosni Mubarak’s indented policies towards the Jewish state. However, Egypt’s FM represents vast, anti-Israeli or anti-Semitic, group of Arab population, thus, possibly, attempting to gain points with Arabs, while undermining Mubarak’s influence.

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Congressman charges Obama with ‘increasing danger’ in the world

April 26, 2010 — budsimmons

Congressman charges Obama with ‘increasing danger’ in the world

By Bridget Johnson – 04/25/10 02:26 PM ET

The tone against the Obama administration over its Israel policy is sharpening on both sides of the aisle, with one Republican congressman charging that the president is “increasing danger” in the world.

Sen. Charles Schumer (D-N.Y.), a longtime supporter of Israel, said on a radio show last week that the administration’s stance on the issue — and “terrible” treatment of Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu — has been “counterproductive.”

The senator added on the Nachum Segal Show that there is an internal “battle” going on in the White House over the issue.

“One side agrees with us, one side doesn’t, and we’re pushing hard to make sure the right side wins – and if not, we’ll have to take it to the next step,” he said.

Republicans are notching up their tone over the issue, as well.

Rep. Tom Price (R-Ga.) told The Hill that the “embarrassing and reckless” administration stances meant that President Barack Obama is “increasing danger in the world, not decreasing it.”

Price, chairman of the Republican Study Committee, said he’s concerned with the White House’s “incredible disconnect between the U.S. and Israel.”

“The administration is incapable of believing that their actions can have marked consequences on the free world,” he said.

The Obama administration has taken heat from lawmakers since the row sparked by a lower-level Israeli official announcing new construction in East Jerusalem during Vice President Joe Biden’s visit there in March.

Though Netanyahu apologized for the timing, he made clear — including in a Washington speech at the American Israel Public Affairs Committee conference attended by Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton and scores of lawmakers — that Israel would proceed with building in the region that Palestinians want as their capital.

Netanyahu then had a meeting with Obama that was reported as terse, and interpreted by many as a dressing down of the prime minister. Netanyahu later pulled out of Obama’s Nuclear Security Summit, sending a deputy instead.

The State Department’s assertion that the relationship between the U.S. and Israel depended on the pace of Mideast peace negotiations appeared to be the tipping point for Schumer.

“That is the dagger because the relationship is much deeper than the disagreements on negotiations, and most Americans – Democrat, Republican, Jew, non-Jew – would feel that,” Schumer said. “So I called up Rahm Emanuel and I called up the White House and I said, ‘If you don’t retract that statement you are going to hear me publicly blast you on this.’”

White House Press Secretary Robert Gibbs battled back in Friday’s press briefing.

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“We have an unwavering commitment to the security of Israel and the Israeli people,” Gibbs said. “We have said that from the beginning of this administration.”

“I don’t think that it’s a stretch to say we don’t agree with what Sen. Schumer said in those remarks,” Gibbs added.

A recent Quinnipiac poll indicated the administration could be vulnerable to calls it is not being supportive enough to Israel.

Released last week, the poll showed 42 percent of respondents saying that Obama is not a strong supporter of Israel, compared with 34 percent who disagreed. Only 16 percent of Republicans and 33 percent of independents think the president is a strong supporter of Israel, while 53 percent of Democrats do.

Respondents also said by 57 to 13 percent that their sympathies lie with Israel, and 66 to 19 percent said that the commander in chief should be a strong supporter of the Jewish state.

Price, who was supposed to speak on an AIPAC panel but had to cancel because of the concurrent healthcare bill vote that Sunday, said that while there’s always been strong bipartisan support in Congress for Israel, he’s “heartened by Sen. Schumer’s strong and accurate portrayal of what the administration’s done” and hopes the muted comments he’s heard in the House grow into a louder chorus.

Still, he said he’d be surprised if Democratic leadership attempted “to call the administration to account” on its Israel policy. “I would certainly welcome it and support it, but I’m not going to hold my breath,” he said.

Price called Obama’s worldview “very, very dangerous” and added that the president has a “naivete of the dangers of the world.”

Obama may also find the bipartisan discontent that’s growing over the speed and heft of Iran sanctions crossing over into the debate over his administration’s stance toward Israel.

As Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad and his nuclear program are viewed by many as a direct threat to the Jewish state, Israel may find itself deciding to take unilateral military action against the Islamic Republic. This would markedly increase pressure on the White House from Congress.

Source:
http://thehill.com/homenews/house/94199-congressman-charges-obama-with-increasing-danger-in-the-world-


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Pharaohs and the the proof-evidence on the Bak Islami-The Islamic Bak Magic

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The Islamic Bak in Egypt want the Pharaohs to be enslaved and bewitched and bedazzled and masturbated just like Copts

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We’ll Return – Al Nakba (The Catastrophe) May 15. 1948 – 2010

    
 
     
 
   
   
       
   
 
     
 
 
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أبو الغيط: مصر لن تقف متفرّجة على أيّ عدوان على لبنان

أبو الغيط: مصر لن تقف متفرّجة على أيّ عدوان على لبنان

أبو الغيط في بيروت (حسين ملاّ ــ أ ب)أبو الغيط في بيروت (حسين ملاّ ــ أ ب)حتى مساء أمس، كان من الصعب أن يتفق سياسيّان على تفسير موحّد للزيارة المفاجئة التي قام بها وزير الخارجية المصري، أحمد أبو الغيط إلى بيروت، حيث قضى فيها أقل من 10 ساعات، التقى فيها الرئيسين نبيه بري وسعد الحريري، ووزير الخارجية علي الشامي. وتمحورت الأسئلة التي شغلت الأوساط السياسية حول ما إذا كان أبو الغيط قد نقل رسالة إسرائيلية إلى الحكومة اللبنانية.
لكن، ما اتفق عليه المختلفون هو المفاجأة التي خلفتها «اللغة الجديدة» التي استخدمها أبو الغيط، سواء خلال حديثه عن إسرائيل واحتمال شن عدوان على لبنان، أو في الرسائل التي وجّهها إلى سوريا. وذكر سياسي مقرب من رئيس الحكومة سعد الحريري لـ«الأخبار» أن أبو الغيط لفت خلال لقائه الحريري إلى احتمال أن تقوم إسرائيل بـ«مغامرة عدوانية ضد لبنان وسوريا»، مؤكداً أن «مصر لن تقف متفرجة على أي عدوان مماثل، لأنه قد يؤدي إلى تغيير خريطة المنطقة، ويمسّ الأمن القومي المصري والعربي، سواء في غزة أو الأردن أو لبنان». وبعد خروجه من لقاء الحريري، أكد أبو الغيط أن ما أثير بشأن تهريب صواريخ سكود من سوريا إلى المقاومة في لبنان هو «كذبة كبرى». واستبعد حصول عدوان إسرائيلي على لبنان، مؤكداً «أننا نرفض ذلك ونتصدى له». وأشار إلى أن مصر لا تنقل أي رسائل من إسرائيل إلى طرف عربي، لأن «مصر هي الطرف العربي».
وأشار مقربون من الرئيس بري إلى أن أبو الغيط أكد أن «مصر ستكون إلى جانب لبنان وسوريا إذا ما أقدمت إسرائيل على شن عدوان عليهما».
ولفتت مصادر سياسية متابعة إلى أن أبو الغيط أراد من خطوته «توجيه رسالة إلى سوريا، من خلال تأييده للاستقرار الذي توفره دمشق في لبنان». ومن هذا المنطلق، كرر الوزير المصري القول إن الرئيس السوري بشار الأسد «مرحّب به دوماً في القاهرة»، مذكراً بالإيجابية التي سادت اللقاء بين الأسد ورئيس الوزراء المصري في قمة سرت الليبية.
من جهتها، رأت مصادر في المعارضة السابقة أن كلام أبو الغيط غير المسبوق منذ سنوات تجاه إسرائيل «ليس أكثر من محاولة لإعادة تصوير الحكم المصري كحامل لقضايا العرب، بهدف تسويق خلافة الرئيس حسني مبارك، وخاصة أن النظام المصري يدرك جيداً المردود الإيجابي، شعبياً، لأي موقف في مواجهة إسرائيل». ولفتت المصادر إلى ضرورة مراقبة أداء النظام المصري على جبهتي حصار غزة والمصالحة مع دمشق لكي يتضح المسار الذي ستسلكه السياسة المصرية مستقبلاً.
وكان أبو الغيط قد استقبل في مقر إقامته في فندق فينيسيا النائب وليد جنبلاط والرئيس أمين الجميل ورئيس الهيئة التنفيذية في القوات اللبنانية سمير جعجع.