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lol, another of one pompous show, Take 3 billion alms money every year for not exactly raising finger against Israel, When is the last time you actually had a showdown with israel ( masters) after taking 3 billion dollar a year,

Sorry to say but this is nothing when your elites have themselves signed a surrender warrant to them, gone are the days when Egyptian had spine and balls to face israels, now its just plain hypocrisy,

sure it does, LOL big words coming from someone who survives on 3 billion dollar a year aid from Americans as a promise not to bat an eye on Israel

are the American drones still targeting your citizens inside your country …!?
have you freed your occupied lands of Kashmir..?!

or you are another keyboard warrior suffer some personal traumas ..!?
 

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are the American drones still targeting your citizens inside your country
lol, Americans targetting drones are country, it was done with our support to remove khawarijis, and tell me when the last drone attack held, in case you still haven come out of your tunnel hole and read the news,

Have we freed Occupied lands of Kashmir, no we have haven't but we do give bloody nose to stone worshiper everytime they act funny, read Feb 27, 2019, we DO NOT PUT UP WALLS AROUND and block the tunnels on behest of Israel for 3bn dollar a year aid money,
 

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lol, Americans targetting drones are country, it was done with our support to remove khawarijis, and tell me when the last drone attack held, in case you still haven come out of your tunnel hole and read the news,

Have we freed Occupied lands of Kashmir, no we have haven't but we do give bloody nose to stone worshiper everytime they act funny, read Feb 27, 2019, we DO NOT PUT UP WALLS AROUND and block the tunnels on behest of Israel for 3bn dollar a year aid money,
You have the remote missiles of the nuclear nuclear that Israel will play an ordered to arrange a country to Sinai and edit Palestine or just a fluulation of the laps only
 

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You have the remote missiles of the nuclear nuclear that Israel will play an ordered to arrange a country to Sinai and edit Palestine or just a fluulation of the laps only
Please speak in clear and coherent English, one can barely make out what you're saying
 

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Please speak in clear and coherent English, one can barely make out what you're saying
Can you read further about the middle east conflict before posting on this matter ..

1) Egypt get $1 billion from the camp David accord, it is Usrael that gets $3 billion

2) Egypt did not give only a bloody nose to Usrael but a near death experience in 1973..literally..
 

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Egypt did not give only a bloody nose to Usrael but a near death experience in 1973..literally..
never denied that it didn't, I m talking about after signing a virtually a Surrender agreement for a billion-dollar when is the last time they fought ?

And why would Israel even bother for Egypt in the first place?
 

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never denied that it didn't, I m talking about after signing a virtually a Surrender agreement for a billion-dollar when is the last time they fought ?

And why would Israel even bother for Egypt in the first place?
Ask them!
Read the title of the thread again..
 

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Can you read further about the middle east conflict before posting on this matter ..

1) Egypt get $1 billion from the camp David accord, it is Usrael that gets $3 billion

2) Egypt did not give only a bloody nose to Usrael but a near death experience in 1973..literally..
Israel gets 3 billion dollars annually in US arms which directly helps the US defense industry and in turn provides ten times as much in intelligence, weapon upgrades and manpower savings to the US.
Egypt doesn't offer nearly as much to the US. US money to Israel is an investment, US money to Egypt is aid.

Egypt lost 1973, deal with it. You had your chance in a surprise attack together with Syria in Israel's holiest day and blew it, the only real success in your war was breaching an 800 food and water fasting men strong defense line with a 40,000 men army, airstrikes and artillery. This is considered the pinnacle of your achievements of the war, which isn't really an achievement at all.

Such a surprise isn't feasible anymore. Also, Israeli technological, strategical and tactical superiority is very well apparent to anyone with working eyes.
 

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Israel gets 3 billion dollars annually in US arms which directly helps the US defense industry and in turn provides ten times as much in intelligence, weapon upgrades and manpower savings to the US.
Egypt doesn't offer nearly as much to the US. US money to Israel is an investment, US money to Egypt is aid.

Egypt lost 1973, deal with it. You had your chance in a surprise attack together with Syria in Israel's holiest day and blew it, the only real success in your war was breaching an 800 food and water fasting men strong defense line with a 40,000 men army, airstrikes and artillery. This is considered the pinnacle of your achievements of the war, which isn't really an achievement at all.

Such a surprise isn't feasible anymore. Also, Israeli technological, strategical and tactical superiority is very well apparent to anyone with working eyes.
Wrong again on all counts:

The grant is the same for both.. it concerns purchasing US arms with it..
You have received so much aid money from the US tax payers One should be ashamed in your place.. everyone still remembers when you were receiving more than $20 billion a year in deductible Tax donations from the US and more from Europe.. and that went for decades..

I know you are hurt and trolling, because I've shown you the truth many times.. and here it is again..so just take a corner turn your face to a wall and keep crying there..not here on PDF spreading lies..

https://defence.pk/pdf/threads/1973-arab-israeli-conflict-the-truth-once-and-for-all.315824/
 

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Wrong again on all counts:

The grant is the same for both.. it concerns purchasing US arms with it..
You have received so much aid money from the US tax payers One should be ashamed in your place.. everyone still remembers when you were receiving more than $20 billion a year in deductible Tax donations from the US and more from Europe.. and that went for decades..

I know you are hurt and trolling, because I've shown you the truth many times.. and here it is again..so just take a corner turn your face to a wall and keep crying there..not here on PDF spreading lies..

https://defence.pk/pdf/threads/1973-arab-israeli-conflict-the-truth-once-and-for-all.315824/

What Israel does for the United States:

  • In 1952, as the Cold War got underway, U.S. Army Chief-of-Staff Omar Bradley called for the integration of Israel into the Mediterranean Basin area, in light of the country's location and unique capabilities.
  • In 1967, Israel defeated a radical Arab, pro-Soviet offensive, which threatened to bring about the collapse of pro-American Arab regimes and disrupt oil supply, thus severely undermining the American standard of living. The U.S. gained valuable military information from analysis of captured Soviet equipment, including SAM-2, SAM-12, MiG-21 aircraft, and Soviet T-54 battle tanks. In fact, Israel gave an entire squadron of MiG-21s to the U.S. which was dubbed the “Top Gun” squadron and used by the U.S. Air and Naval forces for training purposes. Since 1967, Israel transferred captured Soviet weapons systems to the U.S. Pentagon after every conflict: 1967, 1967-70, 1973, 1982, 1990 (Scud remnants from the Gulf War), and 2006(remnants of Iranian supplied missiles.
  • In the 1967-1970 1000 Day War of Attrition, the IDF, armed with American aircraft successfully defeated a Soviet-supplied air defense system, pointing out the deficiencies in Soviet air-defense doctrine to US defense planners. Israel shared captured military equipment include P-2 radar and Soviet tanks with the U.S. military.
  • In 1970, Israel brought about the withdrawal of Syrian forces from Jordan, at a time when the U.S. was tied up by wars in Vietnam, Laos, and Cambodia, thus preventing the fall of the pro-American Hashemite regime and the installation of a pro-Soviet radical Palestinian terrorist regime.
  • In 1973 – thanks to U.S. re-supply, but without U.S. forces, Israel defeated Soviet-trained and equipped Egyptian and Syrian forces. Israel again shared captured Soviet equipment, including T-62 battle tanks with the U.S. Israel emerged as the only reliable ally where U.S. troops could land, where U.S. equipment can be pre-positioned, where the U.S. has friendly port facilities (in Haifa and Ashdod) in the entire Middle East region. This too has saved the U.S. billions of dollars.
  • 1970s - Joseph Sisco, a former U.S. Assistant Secretary of State, assistant to Secretary of State Henry Kissinger during the latter’s shuttle diplomacy, told the Israeli author and military expert, Shmuel Katz: “I want to assure you, Mr. Katz, that if we were not getting full value for our money, you would not get a cent from us.”
  • In 1981, Israel bombed the Iraqi nuclear reactor at Osirak, delaying Saddam Hussein’s quest for nuclear weapons. It thus provided the U.S. with the option of engaging in conventional wars with Iraq in 1991 and 2003.
  • The vice president General Dynamics which produces the F16 fighter jets has stated that Israel is responsible for 600 improvements in the plane's systems, modifications estimated to be worth billions of dollars, which spared dozens of research and development years.
  • In 1982, Israel destroyed Soviet anti-aircraft batteries in Lebanon that were considered immune to American weapons. Israel promptly shared the operation's lessons, estimated to be worth billions of dollars.
  • Former Secretary of State and NATO forces commander Alexander Haig has stated that he is pro-Israeli because Israel is the largest American aircraft carrier in the world that cannot be sunk, does not carry even one American soldier, and is located in a critical region for American national security.
  • During the first Gulf War 1991, Israel provided invaluable intelligence, an umbrella of air cover for military cargo, and had personnel planted in the Iraqi desert to pick up downed American pilots.
  • General George Keegan, former head of U.S. Air Force Intelligence has publicly declared that “Israel is worth five CIA’s.” He further stated that between 1974 and 1990, Israel received $18.3 billion in U.S. military grants. During the same period Israel provided the U.S. with $50-80 billion in intelligence, research and development savings, and Soviet weapons systems captured and transferred to the U.S.
  • In 2005, Israel provided America with the world's most extensive experience in homeland defense and warfare against suicide bombers and car bombs. American soldiers train in IDF facilities and Israeli-made drones fly above the "Sunni Triangle" in Iraq, as well as in Afghanistan, providing U.S. Marines with vital intelligence. In September 2007, the IAF destroyed a Syrian-North Korean nuclear plant, extending the US’s strategic arm. It provided the US with vital information on Russian air defense systems, which are also employed by Iran. It bolstered the US posture of deterrence and refuted the claim that US-Israel relations have been shaped by political expediency.
  • In 2009, Israel shares with the US its battle-tested experience in combating Palestinian and Hizbullah terrorism, which are the role model of anti-US Islamic terrorism in Iraq and Afghanistan. U.S. GIs benefit from Israel’s battle tactics against car bombs, improvised explosive devices and homicide bombing. An Israel-like ally in the Persian Gulf would have spared the need to dispatch US troops to Iraq, Kuwait and Saudi Arabia.
  • Israel has relayed to the U.S. lessons of battle (during the Cold War – Soviet military doctrine) and counter-terrorism(including aircraft security, homicide-suicide bombings) which reduce American losses in Iraq and Afghanistan, prevent attacks on U.S. soil, upgrade American weapons, and contribute to the U.S. economy. Without Israel, the U.S. would have been forced to deploy tens of thousands of American troops in the eastern Mediterranean Basin, at a cost of billions of dollars a year.
  • Senator Daniel Inouye has recently (2005) argued Israeli information regarding Soviet arms saved the U.S. billions of dollars. The contribution made by Israeli intelligence to America is greater than that provided by all NATO countries combined, he said. Israel's utilization of American arms guarantees its existence, but at the same time gives U.S. military industries, such as Boeing and General Dynamics, a competitive edge compared to European industries, while also boosting American military production, producing American jobs, and improving America's national security. Japan and South Korea, for example, preferred the "Haw keye" spy plane and the MD-500 chopper, both purchased and upgraded by Israel, over comparable British and French aircraft.
  • The American industries want U.S. aid to Israel to continue. The bulk of the $1.8 billion in annual U.S. military aid to Israel must be spent in the United States. That provides jobs for some 50,000U.S. workers. Virtually all of the $1.2 billion in annual economic aid goes for repayment of debt to the United States, incurred from military purchases dating back many years. This debt is now close to being liquidated.
  • Innovative Israeli technologies have a similar effect on American civilian, including computer-related industries and agricultural industries, which view Israel as a successful research and development site.
  • Members of the U.S. Congress leaders, then Vice President Dick Cheney, and then Secretary of Defense Donald Rumsfeld are aware of Israel's unique contribution to U.S. interests. But, in fact, they all wonder why the post-1993 Israel does not use its impressive contribution as leverage, in sharp contrast to the pre-1993 Israel.
  • In contrast to our commitments to Korea, japan, Germany and other parts of the world, not a single American service person needs to be stationed in Israel. Considering that the cost of one service person per year – including backup and infrastructure – is estimated to be about $200,000 per year, and assuming a minimum contingent of 25,000 troops, the cost savings to the United States on that score alone are on the order of $5 billion a year.
  • During the 1973 Yom Kippur War, Syrian missile batteries in Lebanon caused heavy damage to Israeli fighter jets. As a result, Israel developed the first modern UAV. Israel pioneered the use of UAVs for real-time surveillance, electronic warfare and decoys. The images and radar decoying provided by these UAVs helped Israel to completely neutralize the Syrian air defenses at the start of the 1982 Lebanon War, resulting in no pilots downed. With the maturing and miniaturization of applicable technologies as seen in the 1980s and 1990s, interest in UAVs grew within the higher echelons of the U.S. military. In the 1990s the U.S. Department of Defense gave a contract to US Corporation AAI Corporation of Maryland along with Israeli company Mazlat. The US Navy bought the AAI Pioneer UAV that was jointly developed by American AAI Corporation and Israeli Mazlat, this type of drone is still in use. Many of these Pioneer and newly developed U.S. UAVs were used in the 1991 Gulf War. UAVs were seen to offer the possibility of cheaper, more capable fighting machines that could be used without risk to aircrews. Initial generations were primarily surveillance aircraft, but some were armed (such as the General Atomics MQ-1 Predator, which utilized AGM-114 Hellfire air-to-ground missiles).
The US tens of billions of dollars less on Israel than it does on South Korea, Japan, the UK and Germany as Israel doesn't harbor American soldiers (Except a few dozen radar and air defense crews) and receives much more in return from Israel than it does from any given nation I've mentioned.

Egypt gets 1/4th of the money Israel gets and gives negligible return in comparison with Israel.
Israel returns more than what it's given.
 

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What Israel does for the United States:

  • In 1952, as the Cold War got underway, U.S. Army Chief-of-Staff Omar Bradley called for the integration of Israel into the Mediterranean Basin area, in light of the country's location and unique capabilities.
  • In 1967, Israel defeated a radical Arab, pro-Soviet offensive, which threatened to bring about the collapse of pro-American Arab regimes and disrupt oil supply, thus severely undermining the American standard of living. The U.S. gained valuable military information from analysis of captured Soviet equipment, including SAM-2, SAM-12, MiG-21 aircraft, and Soviet T-54 battle tanks. In fact, Israel gave an entire squadron of MiG-21s to the U.S. which was dubbed the “Top Gun” squadron and used by the U.S. Air and Naval forces for training purposes. Since 1967, Israel transferred captured Soviet weapons systems to the U.S. Pentagon after every conflict: 1967, 1967-70, 1973, 1982, 1990 (Scud remnants from the Gulf War), and 2006(remnants of Iranian supplied missiles.
  • In the 1967-1970 1000 Day War of Attrition, the IDF, armed with American aircraft successfully defeated a Soviet-supplied air defense system, pointing out the deficiencies in Soviet air-defense doctrine to US defense planners. Israel shared captured military equipment include P-2 radar and Soviet tanks with the U.S. military.
  • In 1970, Israel brought about the withdrawal of Syrian forces from Jordan, at a time when the U.S. was tied up by wars in Vietnam, Laos, and Cambodia, thus preventing the fall of the pro-American Hashemite regime and the installation of a pro-Soviet radical Palestinian terrorist regime.
  • In 1973 – thanks to U.S. re-supply, but without U.S. forces, Israel defeated Soviet-trained and equipped Egyptian and Syrian forces. Israel again shared captured Soviet equipment, including T-62 battle tanks with the U.S. Israel emerged as the only reliable ally where U.S. troops could land, where U.S. equipment can be pre-positioned, where the U.S. has friendly port facilities (in Haifa and Ashdod) in the entire Middle East region. This too has saved the U.S. billions of dollars.
  • 1970s - Joseph Sisco, a former U.S. Assistant Secretary of State, assistant to Secretary of State Henry Kissinger during the latter’s shuttle diplomacy, told the Israeli author and military expert, Shmuel Katz: “I want to assure you, Mr. Katz, that if we were not getting full value for our money, you would not get a cent from us.”
  • In 1981, Israel bombed the Iraqi nuclear reactor at Osirak, delaying Saddam Hussein’s quest for nuclear weapons. It thus provided the U.S. with the option of engaging in conventional wars with Iraq in 1991 and 2003.
  • The vice president General Dynamics which produces the F16 fighter jets has stated that Israel is responsible for 600 improvements in the plane's systems, modifications estimated to be worth billions of dollars, which spared dozens of research and development years.
  • In 1982, Israel destroyed Soviet anti-aircraft batteries in Lebanon that were considered immune to American weapons. Israel promptly shared the operation's lessons, estimated to be worth billions of dollars.
  • Former Secretary of State and NATO forces commander Alexander Haig has stated that he is pro-Israeli because Israel is the largest American aircraft carrier in the world that cannot be sunk, does not carry even one American soldier, and is located in a critical region for American national security.
  • During the first Gulf War 1991, Israel provided invaluable intelligence, an umbrella of air cover for military cargo, and had personnel planted in the Iraqi desert to pick up downed American pilots.
  • General George Keegan, former head of U.S. Air Force Intelligence has publicly declared that “Israel is worth five CIA’s.” He further stated that between 1974 and 1990, Israel received $18.3 billion in U.S. military grants. During the same period Israel provided the U.S. with $50-80 billion in intelligence, research and development savings, and Soviet weapons systems captured and transferred to the U.S.
  • In 2005, Israel provided America with the world's most extensive experience in homeland defense and warfare against suicide bombers and car bombs. American soldiers train in IDF facilities and Israeli-made drones fly above the "Sunni Triangle" in Iraq, as well as in Afghanistan, providing U.S. Marines with vital intelligence. In September 2007, the IAF destroyed a Syrian-North Korean nuclear plant, extending the US’s strategic arm. It provided the US with vital information on Russian air defense systems, which are also employed by Iran. It bolstered the US posture of deterrence and refuted the claim that US-Israel relations have been shaped by political expediency.
  • In 2009, Israel shares with the US its battle-tested experience in combating Palestinian and Hizbullah terrorism, which are the role model of anti-US Islamic terrorism in Iraq and Afghanistan. U.S. GIs benefit from Israel’s battle tactics against car bombs, improvised explosive devices and homicide bombing. An Israel-like ally in the Persian Gulf would have spared the need to dispatch US troops to Iraq, Kuwait and Saudi Arabia.
  • Israel has relayed to the U.S. lessons of battle (during the Cold War – Soviet military doctrine) and counter-terrorism(including aircraft security, homicide-suicide bombings) which reduce American losses in Iraq and Afghanistan, prevent attacks on U.S. soil, upgrade American weapons, and contribute to the U.S. economy. Without Israel, the U.S. would have been forced to deploy tens of thousands of American troops in the eastern Mediterranean Basin, at a cost of billions of dollars a year.
  • Senator Daniel Inouye has recently (2005) argued Israeli information regarding Soviet arms saved the U.S. billions of dollars. The contribution made by Israeli intelligence to America is greater than that provided by all NATO countries combined, he said. Israel's utilization of American arms guarantees its existence, but at the same time gives U.S. military industries, such as Boeing and General Dynamics, a competitive edge compared to European industries, while also boosting American military production, producing American jobs, and improving America's national security. Japan and South Korea, for example, preferred the "Haw keye" spy plane and the MD-500 chopper, both purchased and upgraded by Israel, over comparable British and French aircraft.
  • The American industries want U.S. aid to Israel to continue. The bulk of the $1.8 billion in annual U.S. military aid to Israel must be spent in the United States. That provides jobs for some 50,000U.S. workers. Virtually all of the $1.2 billion in annual economic aid goes for repayment of debt to the United States, incurred from military purchases dating back many years. This debt is now close to being liquidated.
  • Innovative Israeli technologies have a similar effect on American civilian, including computer-related industries and agricultural industries, which view Israel as a successful research and development site.
  • Members of the U.S. Congress leaders, then Vice President Dick Cheney, and then Secretary of Defense Donald Rumsfeld are aware of Israel's unique contribution to U.S. interests. But, in fact, they all wonder why the post-1993 Israel does not use its impressive contribution as leverage, in sharp contrast to the pre-1993 Israel.
  • In contrast to our commitments to Korea, japan, Germany and other parts of the world, not a single American service person needs to be stationed in Israel. Considering that the cost of one service person per year – including backup and infrastructure – is estimated to be about $200,000 per year, and assuming a minimum contingent of 25,000 troops, the cost savings to the United States on that score alone are on the order of $5 billion a year.
  • During the 1973 Yom Kippur War, Syrian missile batteries in Lebanon caused heavy damage to Israeli fighter jets. As a result, Israel developed the first modern UAV. Israel pioneered the use of UAVs for real-time surveillance, electronic warfare and decoys. The images and radar decoying provided by these UAVs helped Israel to completely neutralize the Syrian air defenses at the start of the 1982 Lebanon War, resulting in no pilots downed. With the maturing and miniaturization of applicable technologies as seen in the 1980s and 1990s, interest in UAVs grew within the higher echelons of the U.S. military. In the 1990s the U.S. Department of Defense gave a contract to US Corporation AAI Corporation of Maryland along with Israeli company Mazlat. The US Navy bought the AAI Pioneer UAV that was jointly developed by American AAI Corporation and Israeli Mazlat, this type of drone is still in use. Many of these Pioneer and newly developed U.S. UAVs were used in the 1991 Gulf War. UAVs were seen to offer the possibility of cheaper, more capable fighting machines that could be used without risk to aircrews. Initial generations were primarily surveillance aircraft, but some were armed (such as the General Atomics MQ-1 Predator, which utilized AGM-114 Hellfire air-to-ground missiles).
The US tens of billions of dollars less on Israel than it does on South Korea, Japan, the UK and Germany as Israel doesn't harbor American soldiers (Except a few dozen radar and air defense crews) and receives much more in return from Israel than it does from any given nation I've mentioned.

Egypt gets 1/4th of the money Israel gets and gives negligible return in comparison with Israel.
Israel returns more than what it's given.
All that is irrelevant when you are still saying and lying that Usrael defeated Egypt in the 1973 Ramadan war..When your own top brass have testified against that..

And the fact is..you have no choice but subdue to the US .. since you own existence depend on its support..otherwise you won't survive.. you know it is he truth..
 

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Egypt's military concerns are right now with Sudan and Ethiopia more than Israel. I don't understand what threat assessment is Israel doing here. Also, isn't Israel having official ties with Egypt?

The chances of an Egyptian military strike to ensure water availability is more likely than to bother fighting Israel at this point.
 

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All that is irrelevant when you are still saying and lying that Usrael defeated Egypt in the 1973 Ramadan war..When your own top brass have testified against that..

And the fact is..you have no choice but subdue to the US .. since you own existence depend on its support..otherwise you won't survive.. you know it is he truth..
Everyone knows Israel was about to completely destroy Egypt.
Egyptian got defeated, Damascus was within 25km of Israeli troops and Cairo was 100km away from Israeli troops, that by the way, encircled the Egyptian Third Army which led to 8,000 of them surrendering and thousands of casualties. Quickly Saadat ran like a little girl to Brezhnev and begged for them to impose a ceasefire. The USSR then threatened the US that they will intervene by sending an air mobile division and allegedly nuclear missiles to Egypt, which raised their alertness to DEFCON 5 and pressured us into stopping.

Nixon knew that if the Egyptian Third Army falls, Egyptian Second Army quickly falls after and all of Egypt falls after it, and that Syria was basically dead meat already.
While it would have been a complete victory for Israel, it probably would have led to a world war.

But of course, all they teach you in Egypt is how the Israel was saved by the US, yet Egypt still somehow contradictingly won, when in fact the US saved Egypt by calming Israel down.
They don't teach you how the USSR sent Egypt more military equipment than the US sent to Israel either.
Egypt's military concerns are right now with Sudan and Ethiopia more than Israel. I don't understand what threat assessment is Israel doing here. Also, isn't Israel having official ties with Egypt?

The chances of an Egyptian military strike to ensure water availability is more likely than to bother fighting Israel at this point.
This threat assessment isn't official, probably just some defense forum member.
 

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Israel is playing a new game to drain the West and America by creating Egypt as a source of threat to it so that it can get huge military support from America and also make the West prohibit and restrict Egyptian armament














Away from the field of military propaganda, there are military studies and analyzes that reveal what is being hidden

The Israeli fear of the Egyptian military capabilities, which constitute a source of terror for it and all the regional powers in the Middle East

Israel's secret alliances with Turkey, Ethiopia and Iran against Egypt and Western countries are close to failure



It is not better than to quote what the enemies say about Egypt in their studies



The author of the study is primarily a former Israeli general, specializing in studies of the level of threats in the Middle East to Israel

Before we go to this study



Introduction to the level of threats that the Israelis do not mention

Israel does not see any danger, even from the artificial Islamic terrorism mediated by Turkey through the Muslim Brotherhood gangs, ISIS criminals and other Turkish tools that are used to implement the Turkish agenda in the Middle East and Africa, which threatens Europe with America supporting Israel and Turkey to use the four devils’ threats Turkey, Iran, Israel and Ethiopia against the Arab Countries African, and even Europe and Asia

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We find the four demons, each of them creating another circle of alliance that intersects with the Israeli circle in the implementation of strategic plans



Circles of influence and alliances against Arab countries, for example, each of the four enemies



Turkey

It allies with Pakistan, Indonesia, Malaysia and Azerbaijan so that Turkey can implement its colonial strategy and plunder the wealth of peoples in other countries

Although the Arabs and Egypt did not ally themselves with India against this cycle of threats, it was sufficient to reduce the economic and military cooperation programs with this alliance.





The same is true of the Iranians. They have another circle of traitors from within the Arab countries, from the Shiite sect, which is prominently present in 5 countries.


Ethiopia is trying to create an African alliance against the Arab countries and the people of black skin against North Africa and the use of the water card, whether inside the Nile Basin or its light border with North Africa, which is hostile to Egypt so that it can extend the influence of South Africa in all African countries



Israel was not satisfied with this network of alliances, but was able to penetrate the Gulf and North Africa



It now has an alliance with the UAE and Morocco mainly and is trying to attract Sudan to this alliance to become also a tool against the rest of the Arab and Islamic countries, and programs of internal hostility are created between the Arab countries

Such as escalating tension against Algeria and creating enmity between Morocco and Algeria with the encouragement of Morocco



The UAE is using a tool that Israel uses to lead the Gulf countries economically in exchange for protecting the Gulf from Iran to provide funding for Israel’s ambitions in the Middle East and to implement even its religious ambitions


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The Israeli study talks about the high level of Egyptian threats through an Egyptian plan to increase its military capacity since 2004

While the study sees that Egypt was until 2010 behind the Pakistani-Turkish as strongest Islamic military forces, but the matter has changed now after rebuilding military Capabilities



On the other hand, the Egyptians had long-term military plans, so Egypt was able to take advantage of the military support and US and European funding during 30 years to build huge stocks of weapons without any obligations on the Egyptian economy and also to provide annual financial savings since 1988 invested to finance arms deals in the period after the disposal of the US armament

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EGYPTIAN T-72

The Americans have been an Israeli pressure tool since 2004, and America has been refusing to arm the Egyptian army, as a result of Egypt’s growing capabilities in secret missile programs and military cooperation with Russia, China and North Korea in an undisclosed manner. secretly too

It refused to modernize American weapons in Egypt, and Egypt was using russiamn as second source against America, which is openly turning to Russia in the field of fighters. In 2006, it announced its interest in 48 MiG-29s, 24 Su-35s and 12 S-300 batteries, and America offered Egypt at the time quantities of used weapons. And the sale of 20 F-16 aircraft in exchange for canceling this procurement program


Egypt, for its part, has an armament policy that says we do not have canceled programs, but may be postponed. Therefore, since 2015 Egypt has implemented the old acquisition program that it wanted from Russia at this time, as Mig-29 and Su-35 deals were already implemented, and the Israelis are talking that Egypt obtained 8 batteries S300VM/V4


On the other hand, on the Chinese side, Egypt obtained HQ-17 and HQ-18 batteries from China to replace 40 Sa-2


We go to the heart of the Israeli study and how Egypt represents a strategic threat to Israel



The Israeli study says that Egypt spent 120 billion dollars on armaments between 2013-2021. The study ended already in July 2021.





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If we look at some of the Egyptian Air Force’s purchases of helicopters, VIP government planes, and drones in the period between 2013-2021, Israeli estimates range between 7-15 billion dollars, in addition to undeclared Russian sales and even undeclared purchases from other countries, such as UAE drones. Or Mi-24 and other unannounced deals, which shows the growing real value of the deals
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Egypt is doing great in induction of weapons. What it needs to focus on is training in which we can help. Plus missiles both ballistic and cruise missiles which is what Egypt needs to work on.
 

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