Egypt’s ElBaradei Threatens War With Israel

Troubling
signs are beginning to emerge from post-Hosni Mubarak Egypt: The prime
minister is making new overtures to Iran — and a leading presidential
candidate is threatening war with Israel.

Mohamed ElBaradei
Mohamed ElBaradei, the former director of the International Atomic
Energy Agency who has announced his candidacy for president in Egypt,
said on Monday that “if Israel attacked Gaza we would declare war
against the Zionist regime.”

The Digital Journal observed: “In
the world’s first glimpse of the policies that may emerge from the
results of the upcoming Egyptian presidential election, one candidate
for president outlined his insistence on protecting Palestinians in Gaza
from Israeli military assaults. Mohamed ElBaradei’s position on the
matter is clear: An Israeli military strike against Gaza would result in
a declaration of war from Egypt.”

In an interview with the Arab
newspaper Al-Watan reported by the ynetnews website, ElBaradei also
declared: “In case of any future Israeli attack on Gaza, as the next
president of Egypt, I will open the Rafah border crossing and will
consider different ways to implement the joint Arab defense agreement.

“Israel
controls the Palestinian soil and there has been no tangible
breakthrough in the process of reconciliation because of the imbalance
of power in the region and… >>>

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