“This terrorist operation benefits only Israel” Dr. Ashraf Ezzat
CAIRO – Every time I step into an elevator, I keep my fingers crossed till I reach my floor safely. I am not claustrophobic. I am just worried that a sudden power cut, which are frequent nowadays in Egypt, will leave me trapped inside a metal box for endless hours.
Video: Israeli PM Visits Site of Sinai Border Attack
In this atmosphere of Middle Eastern unrest, and in the wake of the Egyptian uprising and the ousting of Mubarak, the used to be Zionists’ closest friend in the region, Israel is working on a long-term plan that would enable Tel-Aviv to grab a piece of Sinai (out of security concerns), put a wedge between the newly elected MB government and Hamas and to provoke Egypt into closing down the tunnels and the Rafah crossing.