Egypt demand 500 billion USD from Israel for Sinai damage

The Fascist government in Egypt demands 500 billion USD from Israel for “damage to Sinai” during the “Israeli occupation”.

The present Fascist government in Egypt to not accept the Camp David peace agreement from 1979.
The present Fascist government in Egypt to not accept the Camp David peace agreement from 1978.

In December of 2011 Egypt sent the United Nations a report detailing the reasons for which Israel owes the government of Egypt USD 500 billion for damage sustained by the Sinai Peninsula when it was controlled by Israel between 1967 and 1982.

Following one year of inaction by the UN, the report has now been sent to the US administration in the hopes that it will press its ally, Israel, into paying the debt.

The monetary demand is based on the claim that in its occupation and exit of the Sinai Peninsula, Israel disabled all ways of life and methods for progress in the region. It is based off of Article VIII of the 1979 peace agreement between the nations, which said, “The parties agree to establish a claims commission for the mutual settlement of all financial claims.”

Source: Nuqudy, Dubai.

My comment:

I wonder when the government of Israel shall send a bill to Rome for the damage done to Jerusalem in 70 A.D.

The Emperor of Rome “occupied” Biblical Israel, and did considerable damage to the Jewish people in 70.A.D. Basically the barbarians burned down the whole city, and destroyed the second Temple.

In today’s value, Israel should at least claim a trillion USD in compensations from the claimed followers of the Roman Emperor, the very Pontifex maxims in the Vatican.

In regards to Germany paying compensation for the damage done to Europe and Russia during second World war, my best guess is that not all the money in the World will be enough.   Likewise Egypt should pay compensations for the attacks on Israel in 1948, 1952, 1967 and 1973.

To claim money from the nation the Egyptians have tried to wipe off the map of the Middle East, is so foolish it is difficult to comprehend. May be Israel also should pay for the traffic chaos in Cairo?

Written by Ivar

4 thoughts on “Egypt demand 500 billion USD from Israel for Sinai damage

  1. The Alma oil field in the southern Sinai, discovered and developed by Israel, was transferred to Egypt in November 1979. This field was valued at over $100 billion, and Israel would have had energy independence had they held on to it.
    Israel also relinquished Taba — a resort built by Israel in what had been a barren desert area near Eilat — to Egypt in 1988.
    There is no sense in negotiating with these people.

  2. Hello Ivar, In any list of Arab wars against Israel, always remember the War of Attrition (1967-1970). Wars of attrition are sometimes called “low level wars.” Egypt tried to kill as many Israelis as possible without triggering an all out war. Egypt killed 594 soldiers & 127 civilians. In comparison, Israel lost 776 in the 6 Day War. I don’t know if that includes civilians. These figures are from Wikipedia, a fast but not always reliable source. The bottom line is: NEVER FORGET THE WAR OF ATTRITION.

    1. Dear Irene Kelly.

      Shalom.

      You are right. The Arab war against Israel is a “low level war”, that has continued since 1948 up to this day.

      The Western Civilization has to chose. Do they want to receive the same curses that makes Arabs kill Arabs?

      Remember that God of the Bible put confusion in the camp of the enemy, who completely reject the Bible. The main hero of the “Arab spring”, The president of Egypt, has recently called Jews “children of apes and pigs”.

      Or do the West want to have the protection of homes, children and culture, they have enjoyed by having supported Judeo-Christian moral and values?

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