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Netanyahu and Mubarak continue talks despite opposition in Egypt.
Netanyahu and Mubarak continue talks despite opposition in Egypt.
Despite opposition parties and movements in Egypt including the Muslim Brotherhood, expressing distaste to the Israeli Prime Minister's visit to Egypt , talks still went under way
Monday, May 3,2010 15:51

 Opposition demanded that Benjamin Netanyahu be immediately arrested for the 'war crimes' on Gaza , however talks in the Sharm El-Sheik continued as planned. Talks are scheduled to resume on Wednesday as Netanyahu confirmed his intentions to head the peace, negotiations


The visit comes at a time where Egypt has expressed intentions to call for the disarmament of nuclear weapons in the Middle East

tags: Opposition Parties / Netanyahu / Israeli War Crimes / War on Gaza / Goldstone / Sharm El-Sheik / Peace Process / Egyptian Opposition / Goldstone Report
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