As President Trump moved last month to recognize Jerusalem as the capital of Israel, an Egyptian intelligence officer quietly placed phone calls to the hosts of several influential talk shows in Egypt.
“Like all our Arab brothers,” Egypt would denounce the decision in public, the officer, Capt. Ashraf al-Kholi, told the hosts.
But strife with Israel was not in Egypt’s national interest, Captain Kholi said. He told the hosts that instead of condemning the decision, they should persuade their viewers to accept it. Palestinians, he suggested, should content themselves with the dreary West Bank town that currently houses the Palestinian Authority, Ramallah.
“How is Jerusalem different from Ramallah, really?” Captain Kholi asked repeatedly in four audio recordings of his telephone calls obtained by The New York Times.
“Exactly that,” agreed one host, Azmi Megahed, who confirmed the authenticity of the recording
j’adore le Président Trump et il force le jeu de la politique ( paralyser ) des autres dirigeants des nations a prendre position clair sur Israël car ainsi il connaitra ses véritables amis ou ennemies …….
en parlant d’ami … son ancien conseillé politique a écrit un livre dans le seul but de ce rapprocher de Trump et de faire fortune sur son dos
Micron est très mal mais les Arabes iront se défouler sur la France ça a déjà commencé