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  • February 10, 2013

    Egypt: “Sinai will not be used as a base to threaten Israel”

    By AGENCE FRANCE-PRESSE, DEFENSE NEWS

      The [Egyptian] minister “reiterated the Egyptian Armed Forces’ commitment to the Peace Treaty with Israel and underscored that his commitment that the Sinai will not be used as a base to threaten Israel,” it said.

    WASHINGTON — U.S. Defense Secretary Leon Panetta spoke by phone with his
    Egyptian counterpart Feb. 5 to hear an update on the tense political
    situation in Cairo and the “role” of the army amid recent street
    demonstrations, a Pentagon spokesman said.

    Defense Minister and Military Chief Gen. Abdel Fattah al-Sissi, who has
    warned the state could collapse in the face of political upheaval, voiced
    support for maintaining strong security ties with Washington and reassured
    Panetta that the armed forces remained committed to his country’s peace
    treaty with Israel, spokesman George Little said in a statement.


    Panetta called Sissi “today to receive updates on the political situation in
    Egypt, the role of the Egyptian Armed Forces during the recent protests, and
    express U.S. commitment to the defense relationship,” the statement said.
    Sissi “reiterated his support for the defense relationship, and thanked
    Secretary Panetta for his leadership and support,” it said.

    The minister “reiterated the Egyptian Armed Forces’ commitment to the Peace
    Treaty with Israel and underscored that his commitment that the Sinai will
    not be used as a base to threaten Israel,” it said.

    Both men agreed on the importance of continued U.S. military assistance for
    Egypt, “so that the Egyptian Armed Forces can continue to address shared
    security objectives while modernizing their equipment and capabilities,” the
    statement said.

    The talks follow a wave of demonstrations and violent clashes in Egypt and a
    dire warning from Sissi that the country’s stability was in the balance.
    Egypt’s opposition says the police have failed to reform since the uprising
    to topple authoritarian leader Hosni Mubarak. And the U.S. State Department
    on Feb. 4 called on Egypt to investigate all cases of alleged police abuse
    after a man was brutally beaten outside the presidential palace in Cairo
    last week.

    The United States has maintained its longstanding relations with Egypt’s
    armed forces despite the political turmoil and is going ahead with
    deliveries of F-16 fighter jets to Cairo as part of a massive arms package,
    despite objections from some U.S. lawmakers.

  • Posted by Ted Belman @ 9:41 am | 4 Comments »

    4 Comments to Egypt: “Sinai will not be used as a base to threaten Israel”

    1. Bernard Ross says:

      blah blah blah. payment for the f-16′s and support of MB. this is not the arabic version and not from Morsi.

    2. Leon says:

      “Germany is prepared to agree to any solemn pact of non-aggression, because she does not think of attacking but only acquiring security.” – Adolf Hitler

      “We have concluded a non-aggression pact with Denmark.” – Adolf Hitler (before the conquest of Denmark)

    3. C.R. says:

      Actually it will–the Egyptian Muslim dogs are lying–I fully expect them to use the arms Barack Obama has given them to attack Israel at some point!

    4. C.R. says:

      @ Bernard Ross:
      Of course this is not the Arabic version!

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