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6 February, 2011, 2 Adar-Aleph 5771
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1. Egyptian Muslim Brotherhood Explains How It Will Get Rid of Peace Treaty with Israel
By Barry Rubin
Hamas is fighting for the tunnels: prevents the transfer of fuel from Israel
3. Egyptian troops hunt Hamas gunmen fighting to control N. Sinai
4. Obama Well Knows What Chaos He Has Unleashed
By Victor Sharpe
5. Jen: Amused by News Note.


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1. Egyptian Muslim Brotherhood Explains How It Will Get Rid of Peace Treaty with Israel
By Barry Rubin

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The Muslim Brotherhood gave rise to Hamas. These are Nazi type groups dedicated to the destruction of Israel.
They are liable to take over Egypt.

We have been repeatedly assured in the media--on the basis of no evidence--that if the Muslim Brotherhood comes to power in a coalition or even directly that the radical Islamist group would keep the peace treaty with Israel.

On Russian television, one Brotherhood leader, Rashad al-Bayoumi,  said that when they came to power they will abolish the treaty altogether.

Another, former spokesman Doctor Kamel Helbaoui, explains one way they might get out of it. It is also a good example of how they avoid embarassing questions, and usually get away with it. Clearly, Brotherhood leaders have been warned to avoid extremist statements as it tries to sell itself to the Western audience and (insert adjective) media as moderate and cuddly.

So while trying to avoid admitting it, he explains that Egypt would demand changes and not accept the existing treaty. But what you also have to know--and most journalists would miss--is that the Muslim Brotherhood regards Israel's existence as "occupation" and the denial of Muslim rights.

Paradoxically, then, the only way Israel could have a peace treaty with Egypt is not to exist at all.

Other Brotherhood spokesmen have said that if the group comes to power there will be a referendum on the treaty, and of course it will be rejected. This has been said many times in Arabic though the Western media seem completely unaware of it, as with many other things about the Brotherhood.

You have to understand the bizarre situation here. Every speech in Arabic of Brotherhood leaders and cadre and articles in their publications are full of anti-Jewish hatred, anti-American hatred, and support for violence. Yet in the Western media all of this simply is never mentioned, in part because reporters take the group's word on its credentials.

In other words, the Brotherhood will end the peace with Israel and return to a state of war.

This would not necessarily mean going to war, since Egypt's army might well be unwilling to do so, considering the consequences and not liking the Brotherhood. In contrast, though, it is easy to make Egypt into a safe haven from which terrorists could attack across the border and any weapons Hamas wanted would come from Egyptian arsenals (or if the army blocked that, just be freely imported into the Gaza Strip.

2. Hamas is fighting for the tunnels: prevents the transfer of fuel from Israel
From: imra@netvision.net.il
By Avi Issacharoff  Haaretz Hebrew edition 4 February 2011

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Shows that Gaza does not suffer from  the Israeli blockade as much as is claimed and that  Hamas has an interest in keeping things as they are.

[IMRA translation of excerpt from the item in Hebrew edition

After years of complaints by Hamas that Israel is preventing the entry of goods into the Gaza Strip causing distress of the population, it turns out that the organization has recently begun to prevent the entry of various goods from Israel. This, in order to maintain the broad scope of activities of the smuggling tunnels from Egypt, an important source of income used by the Hamas government.

Hamas authorities have recently initiated the entry of industrial diesel to Gaza from Israel. Israel in the past supplied more than 100,000 liters of diesel fuel a day to Gaza, to ensure its power station would continue to work. During the harsh siege on the Gaza Strip, Hamas made sure to complain every time the fuel flow halted. This even when the Authority ordered Israel to stop the flow of diesel fuel into Gaza, because the Hamas government hasn't
paid for the diesel fuel. But now for more than a month Israel has not been asked to transfer industrial diesel to Gaza. It turns out that Hamas was able to establish a fuel supply line through tunnels in Rafah, between Gaza and Egypt and the power station receives all the fuel needed to run it.

But the story does not end with just diesel. It turns out that Hamas advised Palestinian traders who deal with Israel that they would not be able to import cigarettes, snacks, soft drinks and office furniture from Israel into Gaza. The purpose of the decision is to preserve the volume of smuggling tunnels in Rafah, and not to hurt them after the partial removal of the Israeli blockade on Gaza. Every trader who brings goods and tunnels into Gaza through the tunnels has to pay taxes to the Hamas government. A decrease in smuggling means damage to many families that earn their livings from them (tens of thousands of people) and a decline in revenues for Hamas, which receives payment for each tunnel in operating as well as for the goods passing through the tunnels.

IMRA - Independent Media Review and Analysis

3. Egyptian troops hunt Hamas gunmen fighting to control N. Sinai
DEBKAfile Exclusive Report

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Shows the fanatical determination of the Muslim Brotherhood and its offshoot, Hamas.
if this is the way they act against Egypt which is favorable towards them, Muslim like them, and liable to be extremely cruel and ruthless in retaliation to provocation how does one expect matter to go when  all they are faced with is Israel and its western -type compunctions of humainity??

31 Jan. Egyptian reinforcements reached northern Sinai Monday, Jan. 31 to hunt down Hamas gunmen from the Gaza Strip battling Egyptian forces for control of the territory. Two were captured. DEBKAfile's military sources report that the gunmen of Hamas's armed wing, Ezz e-Din al Qassam opened a second, Palestinian, front against the Mubarak regime on orders from Hamas' parent organization, the Egyptian Muslim Brotherhood, confirmed by its bosses in Damascus. The Muslim Brotherhood is therefore more aggressively involved in the uprising than it would appear.
Officials in Gaza City confirmed Sunday, that Hamas's most notorious smuggling experts, including Muhammad Shaar, had broken out of El Arish jail and reached Gaza City.

4. Obama Well Knows What Chaos He Has Unleashed

By Victor Sharpe

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Shows the fanatical determination of the Muslim Brotherhood and its offshoot, Hamas.
Shows the evil intentions of Hussein Obama and his left-wing Israeli-hating lackeys.

Not content with creating havoc in the U.S. economy, setting Americans against each other, and forcing through a health reform act which has nothing to do with health but everything to do with the redistribution of wealth and an immense increase in governmental interference, our president has now opened a Pandora's Box in the Middle East. It may well usher in a catastrophe not seen since World War 2.
From his notorious Cairo speech to the present, President Obama speaks, and disaster follows.

My fear is that Obama is not naive at all, but he instead knows only too well what he is doing, for he is eagerly promoting Islamic power in the world while diminishing the West and Israel, however much innocent blood will flow as a result.

Inevitably, sooner or later, the Muslim Brotherhood will take power, usher in a barbaric Islamist power in Egypt that will control the Suez Canal, and show no mercy to its own people or its perceived foes.

After the 1948 Arab-Israel War, the King of Jordan, Abdullah, was murdered by followers of the Muslim fanatic, the Mufti of Jerusalem.
The Egyptian prime minister, Nokrashi Pasha, was also struck down. The forces behind the killings were elements of both Arab socialist movements and the Muslim Brotherhood. Today, in the streets of Cairo, we have an unholy alliance of the current radical left with the same Muslim Brotherhood.

The Suez Canal is a major lifeline for the economies of Europe and the United States. It has been the source of political disruption in the past, as it may well be in the near future. And the Muslim Brotherhood may soon control it. As always, the past is our guidepost to the future.
In 1952, Gamal Abdul Nasser seized control of the Egyptian state and forged an alliance with the Soviet Union, which provided enormous arms shipments to Egypt.

Feeling greatly empowered, Nasser broke both the 1949 Armistice Agreement with Israel and international law by blocking the Suez Canal to Israeli ships and other vessels bringing cargoes to and from the Jewish state. At the same time, Nasser blockaded the narrow Straits of Tiran at the foot of the Sinai peninsula, thus preventing Israeli maritime trade with the Far East and Africa.

Nasser eventually nationalized the Suez Canal on July 27, 1956. This illegal act threatened the oil supplies to Britain and France from the Middle East. The economic stranglehold on Israel became intolerable, and Arab terrorism against the Jewish state led to many Israeli civilian deaths. (Incidentally, Arab terrorism began long before the so-called Israeli "occupation," which Arab and pro-Arab propagandists now use as the excuse for present Arab aggression against Israel.)
In October 1956, war by Britain, France, and Israel against Egypt broke out. Israeli forces, in what became known as the One Hundred Hours War, defeated the Egyptians in Sinai and Gaza and broke the naval blockade. Britain and France invaded the Canal Zone to end Nasser's blockade of the Suez Canal.

Under U.S. Secretary of State John Foster Dulles, Britain and France were eventually forced out of Egypt. This was, as future events showed, a dreadful blunder on the part of the Eisenhower administration. It was the beginning of Britain's decline as a world power. It also led to Nasser remaining in power.
The Egyptian dictator's political and pan-Arab ambitions again climaxed in 1967. Nasser again blockaded the Suez Canal to Israeli shipping and reinstituted the naval blockade at the mouth of the Tiran Straits.
This in turn led, in 1967, to the hasty withdrawal of the U.N. buffer force that had been in place to prevent further Egyptian aggression against Israel. U.N. Secretary General U. Thant folded under Arab pressure and arbitrarily withdrew the buffer force. Egyptian armed forces then entered the Sinai, heading for the Israeli border.
The Arab and Muslim world called then, just as now, for Israel's extermination, and huge mobs in Arab capitals uttered lurid threats for Israel's defeat and the slaughter of her people. The world prepared for Israel's destruction, but everyone was astonished when in June 1967, Israel -- forced to fight a defensive war of survival -- destroyed the combined Egyptian, Syrian, and Jordanian armies and air forces within six days.

The Suez Canal and the Straits of Tiran were again open for the free passage of Israeli ships. Nasser fell from power and was replaced by Anwar Sadat. However, in 1973, the Syrian and Egyptian armies attacked Israel on the holiest day in the Jewish religious calendar, Yom Kippur, which gave its name to the war.
Israel was hard put to survive initially, but she gradually beat back the Arab threat. Sadat eventually decided that war was not an option for the time being and chose to make peace with Israel.
Israel vacated the entire Sinai desert (95% of the territories Israel conquered) and gave up the oil-producing facilities it had developed at Abu Rodeis -- all in return for a signed peace agreement with Egypt. Jordan eventually followed Egypt's decision, but both Arab nations maintained a frigid peace with the Jewish state.

Anwar Sadat was subsequently assassinated by members of the Muslim Brotherhood. His successor was Hosni Mubarak, who, for the last thirty years, has kept control over the seething Egyptian masses and the volatile Arab street.
Now his thirty-year rule has been fatally undermined by U.S. President, Barack Hussein Obama, in a betrayal that is as astonishing as it is deplorable.

It is estimated that slightly more than two million barrels of crude oil and refined petroleum products flow both north and south through the Suez Canal every day.
In 2009, for example, almost 35,000 ships transited the Suez Canal, and 10 percent were petroleum tankers. Oil shipments from the Persian Gulf travel through the Canal primarily to European ports, but also to the United States.
Additionally, the Sumed Oil pipeline provides an alternative to the Suez Canal, transporting as much as 3 million barrels of crude oil from Saudi Arabia and several Gulf states. It amounts to up to seven percent of Europe's oil needs. Since the violence erupted in Egypt, European oil prices have risen far more than they have in the United States.
If the Muslim Brotherhood, which was founded in 1928, takes over Egypt, it is more than likely that both the Canal and the pipeline would be shut again, causing oil tankers to travel around the Cape of Good Hope, adding six thousand miles to the journey to Europe alone. Not what an economically strapped Europe wants.
At the same time, the Brotherhood, now governing over 80 million Egyptians and possessing a huge military, would join with a radicalized Yemen in blockading the Bab al Mandeb straits at the foot of the Red Sea.
Add to the noxious mix the Islamic Republic of Iran, and we may well see the closure of the Gulf of Oman, with additional disruptions of oil shipments to the West. The economic reality for America will be catastrophic.
Under Obama's watch, the true democratic revolution against the mullahs in Iran was snuffed out because the American president refused to support the demonstrators in the streets of Tehran. In contrast, the same Obama ordered Hosni Mubarak to leave office and let the rioters in Cairo have "free" elections.

The grotesque policies of Obama have caused Lebanon to fall under Islamic occupation, with the Iranian puppet, Hezb'allah, now controlling the Lebanese government. Jordan's kinglet, Abdullah, sits on a powder keg whereby his throne is under increasing pressure from violent members of the same Muslim Brotherhood.

5. Jen: Amused by News Note.
New Jerusalem News.
#2. Israeli Message to Egyptians: "Please Do Not Damage the Pyramids! We will not Rebuild!"

Shalom Yair.
 I was so glad to read the amusing facebook notes from the 'HomeTeam' to Egypt.  "Please don't bomb the pyramids because we won't build them again"!!  HA!!  Good one.  And please Israel Stay blessed.  If anyone knows how to do that, you do!


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