Netanyahu Is Satisfied With Improvement of Egypt-Israel Relations

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Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu chairs the weekly cabinet meeting at his office in Jerusalem on January 5, 2014. Israel rejects any US-proposed security concessions for the Jordan Valley, a cabinet member close to Netanyahu said, as US Secretary John Kerry visited the Middle East. AFP PHOTO / ABIR SULTAN / POOL

Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu chairs the weekly cabinet meeting at his office in Jerusalem on January 5, 2014. Israel rejects any US-proposed security concessions for the Jordan Valley, a cabinet member close to Netanyahu said, as US Secretary John Kerry visited the Middle East. AFP PHOTO / ABIR SULTAN / POOL

(Cairo, Egypt) Reviewing of last month news in Egypt represents some changes in the way of normalization of relations between Egypt and Zionist regime:

* Opening of embassies in the two countries at the level of ambassador

* Hosting of Al-Sisi to a delegation of heads of Jewish organizations which in America is known as the Israel lobby.

* Probable Netanyahu’s travel to Cairo

* Amos Gilad, political and security adviser of the defense minister of Israel, is going to visit Cairo.

* By paying to a lawyer Zamalek football club contracted to an Israeli player, Emmanuel Mayuka, who was played in Israeli football clubs. This transfer which normalized Egypt-Israel footballs federations’ relation was criticized by Arabic and Egyptian media.

* Publishing an image of Efikhay Edrei, Israeli army spokesman, with Rami Aziz, Egyptian reporter, in Rome

* Changing the content of textbook in favour of Israel by the Ministry of Education

* Hosting of Tawfiq Okasha, Egyptian television presenter, to Israeli ambassador at his home.

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