One has to literally be blind chas v’sholom to not see how HKBH is shifting the realities of the Mideast as if it was a ‘natural occurrence’. In response to the latest Egyptian overtures to militarize Sinai, Foreign Minister Avigdor Lieberman has announced there is no room to entertain amending the Camp David peace agreement.
Israel’s strongest Arab ally, Egypt, has undergone a major transformation after President Hosni Mubarak was ousted and replaced by President Mohamed Morsi, a long-time senior figure in the radical Islamic Brotherhood. This coupled with events in Yemen, Libya and Syria, events that are still unfolding, has created a new reality in the region, not to mention the Hizbullah and Iranian threats.
Morsi has announced that Israel must accept his decision to amend the Camp David peace treaty, a document signed over 30 years ago by Prime Minister Menachem Begin and President Anwar Sadat on the White House lawn in the presence of President Jimmy Carter.
Morsi earlier in September moved tanks into Sinai, announcing it was not a violation or a “trampling” of the peace treaty with Israel, but a limited move to combat the growing terrorist presence in that area. http://www.theyeshivaworld.com/article.php?p=139141
YWN-ISRAEL reported at that time that it may have been a “trial balloon”, Morsi’s move to assess what an Israeli response to such a move would be. It is now clear that the newly-elected Egyptian leader does wish to place Egyptian military troops in Sinai, creating a new reality, one that is most unwanted by Israeli military and intelligence experts.
(YWN – Israel Desk, Jerusalem)