In violation of #peace accord, #Egypt deploying troops in #Sinai without #Israel’s prior approval – #Haaretz

August 15, 2012

(Haaretz)According to the 1979 peace agreement negotiated at Camp David, Egypt is not allowed to introduce tanks into certain areas of Sinai, including the vicinity of Al-Arish, to which dozens of tanks have been transported over the past several days. The treaty also bars the use of fighter aircraft, including helicopters, but that was approved retroactively by the Israeli security cabinet.

More than a year ago, Israel agreed to allow Egypt to maintain seven military battalions and six companies in Sinai, including tank units, in addition to the forces permitted by the peace treaty itself. Before the August 5 terrorist attack, Egypt had not stationed the full complement of troops in Sinai that it was permitted. Since the attack, the Egyptians have done so, but have also exceeded the terms to which Israel has agreed.
At the moment, Israel has decided not to respond to the unilateral Egyptian moves, apparently to avoid a confrontation. Nonetheless, it is seen as a source of future problems, particularly with the entrenchment of the Muslim Brotherhood’s power in Egypt. The Egyptians could ask to have their current troop presence remain in Sinai until the end of their military operations there, although it is not clear when that would be.


Dishonest Documentary on Egyptian-Israeli peace treaty

October 3, 2011

The media and the powers that be who want Jewish death slaughtered in the name of fake peace are scared. They know that a sovereign state can not be destroyed without it’s own suicide from within. And now this expensive Hollywood documentary is pushing that idea. Do not be impressed by the fancy sound work and digital graphics, this is a cry for Jews to kill what is left of their small population out of respect for a majority whose religion either asks for the murder of Jews or curses the Jews. Even the language follows Islamic and replacement theological Christian historical assumptions. For example: the Torah does not say specifically that Ishmael is the father of all Arabs. He might of been a wild ass of a man whose hand is against every other man, but there is no direct claim to who is his legacy.

Director Harry Hunkele has made a full-length documentary about the negotiations that led to the Camp David treaty between Egypt and Israel. The movie is called Back Door Channels and it will be opening in theaters in the fall of 2011.
Hunkele is an American who believes that what happened in 1979 can happen again. A ‘peace agreement‘ can be reached.

“It’s my great hope that people will view the film and realize that what once happened can happen again,” Hunkele says in an interview to Ynet. “All it takes is courageous politicians, but sadly I think that’s the key ingredient missing in today’s world.
“Carter, Begin and, of course, Sadat, paid a terrible price for peace. Politicians take notice of such things and no one since, with the exception of Rabin, has dared to push for peace.”

I don’t know what terrible price Carter paid for the peace treaty. For that matter, I’m not sure Begin paid a terrible price either, although Israel paid an economic price for it, and may yet – God forbid – have to fight another war because of it. Sadat paid a terrible price – he was murdered.

And as to the claim that Rabin is ‘the only one who pushed for peace’ since, I believe that depends on how you define ‘push for peace.’ Had Rabin lived, I do not believe that he would have continued with the Oslo Accords. I believe that he saw where the ‘Palestinians’ were heading. In his last speech in the Knesset, Rabin said he would never agree to a ‘Palestinian state.’ And by the way, Rabin was dragged into the Oslo Accords by Shimon Peres and his poodles. So did they ‘push for peace’?
Here’s the opening scene of the movie. Let’s go to the videotape.


And here’s the trailer. Let’s go to the videotape.

This is a mass media cry for Corpus Separandum. Obviously the mainstream is threatened by the Jews energy finds that would allow Israel greater autonomy from powers outside it’s borders. One can see the desperation in the amount of money that was spent on this