Egypt - Muslim Brotherhood Talks Tough on Israel
Egypt - A leader of Egypt’s Muslim Brotherhood vowed to break relations with Israel and possibly void the longstanding peace treaty between the two nations.
Rashad Bayoumi, the deputy supreme leader of the increasingly influential party, told the London Arabic-language newspaper al-Hayat that there was no love lost between the Brotherhood and its Jewish neighbors.
“I will never allow myself to sit down with a criminal,” Bayoumi declared. “We will not deal with Israelis by any means.”
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