During the drastic events of the Egyptian uprising many foreign figures were absolutely jeering about Mubarak’s policies in Egypt. Whether from the US or Israel.
I will not mention Obama or Clinton’s policies though.
-Biden for instance claimed that Mubarak is not a dictator. Doesn’t this remind you of Sarah Palin?
-Thusly, what does this mean forIsrael? On the other hand, it is true that some Egyptians are not pleased with their current peace-treaty with Israel and they resent American support for Mubarak. Per se, exporting gas to Israel for really cheap pricing tolls.Anyway, some Egyptians always took to the streets in support of the Palestinian Intifada. But, Israel admirers are nervous but, let’s be honest , bribing a ruthless dictator to maintain a cold peace with Israel was not a sustainable policy. It is also two-faced. As Americans lectured Iraqis and Afghanis on democracy, funding one of the world’s most notorious autocratic.
That being said, regime change in Egypt is going to change the region and make it harder for Israel to maintain the status-quo. The opposition as : ELBaradei is a criticof Egypt’s role in the Gaza blockade and it’s clear that any freely elected Egyptian government will push for an end to the Israeli occupation.I would sayL It’s time for Israelis to wake up and realize its not 1973. And the Islamists are what would maintain peace for Israel. Be realistic dear Israeli media please…