Mubarak waved the war against Israel in response to pressure to annex land from Sinai in the Gaza Strip

mubarak waved the war against israel in response to pressure to annex land from sinai in the gaza strip

Former Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak said the talk about the planned US peace plan, called "the deal of the century", "is all newspaper talk and leaks unconfirmed."

In a lengthy interview with the Kuwaiti newspaper Al-Anbaa, published on Sunday [May 19th], Hosni Mubarak pointed out that there are unsatisfactory assumptions about the US plan for peace.

He pointed out that among the negative indicators, the transfer of the US Embassy to Jerusalem and the Declaration of Israel annexation of the Golan Heights and the recognition of the United States, and the continued expansion of settlements in the occupied territories.

The former Egyptian president said: "Secondly, Netanyahu knows him well. He also knows me and knows my frankness with him well. He does not want a two-state solution. He does not believe in the principle of land for peace. He wants to separate Gaza from the West Bank. He had spoken with me on the same subject when he visited me in late 2010 .. ".

He pointed out in his speech that Netanyahu asked him "if it is possible for the Palestinians in Gaza to take part of the border strip in the Sinai ..", Mubarak replied: "Forget .. What you open the subject of the subject is Dehani .. Hnharb some .. He said to me No salvation and the conversation is over. "

Mubarak stressed that the Arabs must be ready to move and respond to the US proposal when it becomes clear formally.

The former Egyptian president recounted historical facts about Netanyahu's relationship. He said that in 1996 the current Israeli prime minister fell back on the implementation of the agreements signed with Yitzhak Rabin, where Netanyahu said there was no peace agreement for land.

Mubarak also said that President Clinton invited him to a meeting in Washington in 1996 or 1997, which includes Egypt, King Hussein and Netanyahu, and stressed that he refused to attend and apologized to Clinton and told him that it is useless if Netanyahu is not ready to commit to return to the negotiating process and complete withdrawal from the agreed Palestinian areas.

The former Egyptian president added that after Ehud Barak took over as prime minister in Israel, Clinton held talks at Camp David between him and the late Palestinian leader Yasser Arafat to try to break the deadlock and reach a final solution.

"Clinton called me from Camp David and said that Yasser Arafat wants to make a decision on a subject but wants to ask you," he said.

"Arafat contacted me from Camp David and told me that they were pressing him to give up Jerusalem. I told him it was impossible," Mubarak said. "It is impossible for anyone to accept a concession from Jerusalem."

He also noted that he told Clinton "clearly no Arab leader could give up Jerusalem."

Source: Al-Anbaa newspaper


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