Friday, April 17, 2009

Lieberman Gives Suleiman a Message to the Pharaoh. He Tells him, "Come Here to Israel or Go to Hell!"

Suleiman to meet Lieberman during visit to Israel

[COMMENT: What happened to the Egyptian pledge of not dealing with the racist Fascist, Lieberman? Well, the pledge was observed for a few days. The Pharaoh's regime has the moral fortitude of a whore; what else should we expect!]

"Israeli newspaper Yedioth Aharonoth reported on Friday that Egypt’s Intelligence Chief, Omar Suleiman, will be holding a meeting with the new Israeli Foreign Minister, Avigdor Lieberman, during his visit to Israel next Wednesday. This comes after the Egyptian Foreign Minister, Ahmad Abu Al Gheit, said that Egypt will not welcome Lieberman due to his insulting statements against Egypt’s president Hosni Mubarak.

But on Friday Abu Al Gheit said his country will not be boycotting any Israeli minister, including Lieberman.

Egyptian sources reported that Suleiman’s visit to Israel comes to familiarize him with the new Israeli government, to observe Israel’s position regarding the issue of a prisoner-swap deal and the fate of the stalled peace process. Suleiman’s visit is also meant to prepare for an anticipated meeting between Israel’s Prime Minister, Benjamin Netanyahu, and the Egyptian president, in July.

It is worth mentioning that on Thursday, Abu Al Gheit told the Russia Today TV that Egypt will not deal with Lieberman, and that the country will not welcome him on its soil.

The “conflict” between Lieberman and Egypt stems from last year when Lieberman was addressing the Knesset and said that Mubarak “can go to hell” while commenting on Mubarak’s rejection of a visit to Israel under the current conditions. Lieberman never withdrew his statements until his speech earlier this month when he took office as Foreign Minister. He did not actually apologize but said that he would like to visit Egypt and also welcomed Egyptian leaders, including Mubarak, to Israel.

Lieberman also said that Egypt plays an important role in regional stability."

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