Muslim Brotherhood: Morsi visit in Israel impossible

Official in Egypt’s ruling party says president unlikely to accept FM Lieberman’s invitation to visit Israel‬‬.

Egypt is now lead by a Fascist who have promised “allah” to work for the destruction of Israel.

A senior official in the Muslim Brotherhood’s Freedom and Justice Party came out against Foreign Minister Avigdor Lieberman on Wednesday describing his invitation of President Mohammed Morsi to Israel as “diplomatic rebelliousness.” He stressed that “there is no possibility for Morsi to visit the Zionist entity.”

In an article published by Egyptian online magazine al-Wafd, Gamal Heshmat said that “accepting Israel’s invitation would be unimaginable.

He noted that even ousted president Hosni Mubarak only visited Israel once, to attend Yitzhak Rabin’s funeral, despite the fact he considered Israel a “strategic asset.”

“If Mubarak never held such a visit, how could Morsi do it?” he said.

According to Heshmat, the presidential palace will decline the offer as “President Morsi’s patriotism will not allow him to do so.”


My comment:

When Anwar Sadat signed the Camp David peace agreement in 1979, his days were numbered. He was brutally assassinated by the Muslim Brotherhood in 1981.

Sadat traveled to Jerusalem, and addressed the Knesset. To even think that the leader of this Fascist and Islamic terror-organization would copy this visit, is to believe in fairy tales.

Mohammad Morsi would rather take along journey into outer space, than to visit a friendly Zionists whom he has promised to kill in the name of “allah”.

Written by Ivar

One thought on “Muslim Brotherhood: Morsi visit in Israel impossible

  1. Many insights of the workings of evil, in these men and group. Yet we do pray for them also and forever lifting up Israel to our Lord. We know as The Lord tells us there will be more like these in the latter days…sad but true they are so eager to play God all the while they act as gods with a vengeance toward any and all that has to do with Israel. Satan’s characteristics.

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