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31.1.11

Israel Takut Dengan Kebangkitan Mesir?



Salam untuk semua,
Krisis Mesir semakin belarutan dan tiada penyelesaian terbaik selagi Husni Mubarak tidak melepaskan jawatannya. Rakyat Mesir terus memberontak di jalanan. Pelajar Malaysia dilaporkan selamat walaupun keadaan sangat genting dan merisaukan semua waris mereka di Malaysia. 

Terkini, Israel mula memberikan respon akan ketakutan melihat kebangkitan rakyat Mesir, sebelum ni Mesir dilihat menjadi kuda tunggangan Yahudi Laknat ni. Kita terus mendoakan rakyat Malaysia terutama para pelajar yang sedang menuntut di sana selamat dan mendoakan kebangkitan Islam akan bersemarak di negara-negara Timur Barat. Moga Allah merahmati ('',)

Petikan Berita:-

Binyamin Netanyahu, Israel's prime minister, has said that he was following events in Egypt with "vigilance and worry". At a news conference alongside Angela Merkel, the German chancellor, on Monday in Jerusalem, Netanyahu said Egypt could wind up with a radical Islamic regime as in Iran.  He hoped Israel's three-decade-old peace treaty with Egypt would survive any changes that were taking place.

It is unclear how angry Egyptians will interpret Israel's apparent support for their government. Earlier, an Israeli newspaper had reported that Israel has called on the United States and Europe to curb their criticism of President Hosni Mubarak "in a bid to preserve stability in Egypt" and the wider Middle East. The Israeli daily Haaretz reported that the foreign ministry, in an urgent special cable, instructed its ambassadors to key countries, to "stress ... the importance of Egypt's stability".

Increasingly, president Mubarak has been isolated by swift and at times harsh criticism from Western leaders who called for reform. The protests in Egypt have reportedly thrown the Israeli government into turmoil, with military officials holding lengthy strategy sessions, assessing possible scenarios of a post-Mubarak Egypt. 

Binyamin Netanyahu, Israel's prime minister, said on Sunday that his government is "anxiously monitoring" the political unrest in Egypt, his first comment on the crisis threatening a government that has been one of Israel's key allies for more than 30 years.

Israeli officials have remained largely silent about the situation in Egypt, but have made clear that preserving the historic 1979 peace agreement with the biggest Arab nation is a paramount interest. The peace deal, cool but stable, turned Israel's most potent regional enemy into a crucial partner, provided security on one of its borders and allowed it to significantly reduce the size of its army and defence budget. {AlJazeera}

7 comments:

  1. mudah-mudahan rakyat Mesir berjaya menggulingkan rejim Hosni Mubarak yang zalim tu.. InsyaAllah..

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  2. semoga sahabt di mersir..selamat insayAllah...doakan bersama...

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  3. aku risau semua ini adalah konspirasi...emmmm.....

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  4. @finaz: insyaAllah

    @maatakaful: kita berwaspada

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