JPost: “Egypt placed itself firmly in the middle of the diplomatic process between Israel and the Palestinians on Sunday, as Egyptian Foreign Minister Sameh Shoukry arrived in Jerusalem and said before meeting Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu that the Egyptian leadership is “serious” in its determination to “provide all possible forms of support” toward achieving the goal of a two-state solution.
Shoukry, on a visit kept from the public until the last minute, was the first Egyptian foreign minister to visit Israel since Ahmed Aboul Genit – today the secretary general of the Arab League – did so in 2007. Diplomatic officials said that this indicates a growing willingness on Egypt’s part to make public its strong relationship with Israel.
The Egyptian foreign minister met for two hours with Netanyahu in his Jerusalem office in the afternoon. Two hours later – at 8:30 – the two had a private dinner at Netanyahu’s official residence.”
Opinion: Egypt’s goal:
“A two-state solution through negotiations between the parties that will reach an agreement based on “justice, legitimate rights and a mutual willingness to coexist peacefully in two neighboring independent states in peace and security.”
How nice. And all Israel has to do is:
- Go back to the 1967 borders making Israel indefensible
- Make East Jerusalem and the Temple Mount a Palestinian capital in violation of Isa 2:1-4, Ez. 37: 26-28. Dan. 9:27. Micah 4:1-7, Zech. 6:12, Mat. 24:15, 2 Thess. 2:3-4, Rev. 11:1-2.