You naively but well-meaningly wrote : "You will not see this being carried by the American LSM. The Egyptian military is a stabilizing force not only in Egypt, but also for Israel!"You will not see this being carried by the American LSM. The Egyptian military is a stabilizing force not only in Egypt, but also for Israel!
Oh, when you see "Hamas", think "al Qaeda"!!!
1. According to Arab reports picked up by YNet, Egyptian forces in the Sinai killed and arrested some 200 Islamists, including quite a few from Hamas.
He said 32 Hamas members were killed and 45 activists were detained.Hamas is flaring up the situation in Sinai after (former Egyptian President) Mohamed Morsis ouster, he explained.
Meanwhile, the the Times of London got this interesting scoop: Egypts military is seeking an Israeli green light to expand its offensive against the Sinai jihadis. The 1979 Camp David accords limit the number and activities of Egyptian forces:
Israeli officials said they would agree to the request.We consider securing Sinai a top priority and have no wish to tie the hands of the Egyptian Army against clearing the area of dangerous terrorists, said an Israeli military official based near the Egyptian border.
More background on that development at the Times of Israel.
You're funny. Naïve and unlearned funny. First off, the Israeli military is run by a civilian gov't. Thank god for that. The Egyptian military, you conveniently forgot to mention, gave the coup de grâce to Mubarak after much demonstrating by the Egyptian people, much like we just saw that toppled Morsi. You forget, Rogue, that the stupid military (military brass, I wrote "brass", remember, are stupid all over the world, in every country, never worked) screwed up the post-Mubarak revolution by resting on their laurels, idiotically backing a pro-Mubarak candidate, arresting demonstrators and making the people who revolted so frustrated, THEY VOTED MORSI IN. Now, Morsi's gone and military is totally messing up the demonstrations by pro-Morsi faithful. Let's see where this goes and maybe you can tell us what YOUR solution will be when the people of Egypt probably re-elect Morsi in December. Nuke Cairo? Yeah, you'd want that. Teach those backwards Arabs a lesson, right? Well, thank our lucky stars, won't happen, civilians are in charge of allied armed forces.