It starts. This is just the beginning, and this issue alone has wide approval within Egyptian society, regardless of whether they belong to the Muslim Brotherhood (Ikhwan) or not. The video can be viewed here. KGS
H/T Yisrael Medad
MEMRI: “With regard to the Camp David accords in particular, the situation is complicated. In practice, the Camp David accords have come to an end. More than 30 years have passed since this agreement was signed, and many things on the ground require amendments. These amendments must be conducted in keeping with the interests and decisions of the Egyptian people. We will not impose anything on the Egyptian people, but I personally believe that if it were up to me, I would ask to conduct a referendum among the people with regard to this agreement, and we would abide by the decision of the people. “
“We want true participation of the people, and to gauge the people’s position on all the significant issues, one of the most important of which is the Camp David accords. Some people believe that this agreement is a thing of the past, and that it must be developed in a correct manner. They believe that some of the terms are humiliating to the Egyptian side. I belong to this group of people.
“Other people believe that the Camp David accords give Egypt certain guarantees on the ground, and that these must not be jeopardized at present.
“I don’t maintain this position, but at the end of the day, my opinion is not the only one that counts. We should hold a referendum. “