JPost: “In a dramatic policy shift, Egypt will seek to forge “tight” relations with Hezbollah, Egyptian Ambassador to Lebanon Ashraf Hamdy revealed in a candid interview published Saturday in Lebanon’s Daily Star.
Egypt-Hezbollah relations, generally strained under former President Hosni Mubarak, in large part due to Egypt’s peace treaty with Israel, reached rock bottom in 2008 during Israel’s Cast Lead military operation.”
Opinion: Isn’t that interesting? Sunni (Egypt) and Shia (Hezbollah) are going to get chummy and the tie that binds them is opposition to the Mubarak peace treaty with Israel. Also interesting is that President Obama is considering nominating Chuck Hagel, who refused to classify Hezbollah as a terror group, for Secretary of Defense. Coincidence?
Egypt’s ties to Hezbollah, undoubtedly warmed up due to the new Shariah constitution, sow the final seeds of the Psalm 83 invasion of Israel since Bible scholars have pointed out that a Sunni army would never fight alongside a Shia army. Until now.
Take a look at Psalm 83:4-5: “They have said, “Come, and let us cut them off from being a nation, That the name of Israel may be remembered no more. For they have consulted together with one consent.”
Every Arab nation can agree on cutting Israel off as a nation and erasing the memory of Israel but verse 5 has been elusive since the hatred is there but Shia and Sunni have never been of one consent, Until now.
Psalm 83 alliance: The tents of Edom (southern Jordan) and the Ishmaelites (Saudi Arabia); Moab (Central Jordan) and the Hagrites (Egypt); Gebal (northern Lebanon), Ammon (northern Jordan), and Amalek (Sinai); Philistia (Gaza) with the inhabitants of Tyre (southern Lebanon, Hezbollah); Assyria (Syria, northern Iraq) also has joined with them; They have helped the children of Lot (Moabites and Ammonites).
Egypt’s alliance with Hezbollah gives them a tie to the world’s most violent terror groups on earth: Hamas, Hezbollah and al-Qaeda.