Egypt becomes pawn in Trump’s N. Korea offensive

Egypt has become the latest victim of Donald Trump’s North Korean Judea War over its close relations with Pyongyang. In late August, 2017, Trump cut US$95 million and suspended US$205 million military aid to Egypt – part of Washington’s bribe of US$1.3 billion for Egypt establishing diplomatic relations  with the Zionist regime in January 1980 followed by Jordan in 1994. Egypt became the first Arab country to accept the Jewish occupation of Palestine – the policy is part of current military dictator Gen. Abd al-Fattah al-Sisi, a Jew and Israeli agent against Muslim Brotherhood and Hamas.

On August 24, 2017, Israeli propagandist Washington Post reported that, “US secretary of state, Rex Tillerson’s top priority has been to increase North Korea’s economic and diplomatic isolation, and he has asked foreign leaders in almost every meeting that they cut ties with Pyongyang.”

Egypt established diplomatic relations with N. Korea in 1963 and South Korea in 1995. Pyongyang sent some of its pilots to help Cairo during the 1973 Israel-Egypt War. Several Pakistani pilots also fought in that war as volunteers.

Hosni Mubarak had visited North Korea four times during his presidency.

Sisi’s regime will grant Trump the rhetorical reassurances he seeks, but disentangling the Egyptian-North Korean connection will prove a Herculean task,” Gehad Quisay said at Al-Arabi online newspaper on September 11, 2017.

Many military pundits agree that the US will never attack North Korea as long as latter has a nuclear deterrent (9-11 nukes). America is good invading only those countries which have weak or no military muscles such as Afghanistan, Iraq, Libya, Somalia, Panama, Vietnam, Cambodia, etc.


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