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Egypt opposition wants Arab-Israeli peace deals revoked

Israel’s crushing offensive in Lebanon prompted calls by Egyptian opposition groups for peace deals with the Jewish state to be revoked and oil and gas exports to be frozen. Egypt’s Muslim Brotherhood, the secular Kefaya movement and a group of opposition parties including jailed leader Ayman Nur’s Ghad, rallied in calling for ties with Israel to be frozen. In a joint statement, a group of ten Egyptian opposition parties demanded that Arab governments “cut all relations with (Israel), freeze all agreements with the enemy and expel ambassadors and diplomatic representatives from all Arab and Islamic countries.” Full Story

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