Tuesday, February 15, 2011

Has Mubarak Finally Payed a Visit to Israel?

Many Israeli prime ministers flocked down to Mubarak's seat of power in Sharm Al Sheikh in what was presented by Israelis as a sign of improved relations, and by the Egyptians as an Israeli recognition of who's in charge.

Unlike his predecessor Sadat, who made quite an overture and appealed for regional, lastable peace from the podium of the Israeli Knesset, Mubarak never ventured to the Holly Land with the exception of Rabin's funeral.

Some interesting rumours are running wild at the moment. A recent one puts Mubarak in Eilat, Israel.

Of course those rumours are just as reliable as the ones that placed the former Egyptian president (HeeHee!) in Dubai, Baden-Baden and Saudi Arabia.


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