Egypt’s Islamist-dominated parliament unanimously voted for expelling Israel’s ambassador in Cairo and halting gas exports to the Jewish state.
The motion is largely symbolic, because only the ruling military council can make such decisions, and it is not likely to impact Egypt’s relations with Israel. But it signals the seismic change in Egypt after the ouster of longtime leader and Israel ally Hosni Mubarak a year ago in a popular uprising that ended his 29 years in power.
The vote was taken by a show of hands on a report by the chamber’s Arab affairs committee that declared Egypt will “never” be a friend, partner or ally of Israel. The report described Israel as the nation’s “number one enemy” and endorsed what it called Palestinian resistance “in all its kinds and forms” against Israel’s “aggressive policies.”
Source: Times Union
To believe that the Islamic revolution in Egypt has anything to do with freedom and human rights, is wishful thinking.
When the Muslim Brotherhood votes to expel the Israeli ambassador and cut of gas export, is is a violation of the Camp David accord.
But Islam does not care about honoring agreements, not for the truth. Muslims are permitted to lie and cheat as it is beneficial for “allah”.
It is pathetic that Christians can even think of having interfaith projects with a followers of Muhammad. They can not be trusted. Not for a second.
Written by Ivar