Egypt Iran



What could go wrong?

I’m hearing so many conflicting reports about the possibilities of such an alliance that I refuse to commit presently, I have to read and observe even more before I’m ready to make up my mind. One thing is for sure though, the various Muslim players in the region are positioning themselves for future mischief, and that’s never good.

NOTE: Also interesting is that this complicates the rivalry between the two competing factions within Hamas, Khaled Meshaal’s faction which left Syria during the breakout of hostilities and who is openly aligned with Egypt’s Muslim Brotherhood, and Ismail Haniyeh’s faction which recently courted the Iranian leader in Tehran.

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