Egyptians Demand Amendments to Camp David Agreement

د. مهران: الشعب المصري يطالب في تعديل إتفاقية كامب ديفيد مع إسرائيل

During a friendly evening meeting on Dec. 4 2012 in a hotel in Vienna with Dr. Iman Mahran, a faculty member at the Arts Academy in Cairo, an artist and activist in the field of human rights, she said: “The most dangerous issue with replacing the cultural inheritance is the judaiziation of Jerusalem in occupied Palestine, in reference to the overall political decisions concerning Jerusalem and Palestine, which have constantly faced US vetoes since decades”.

She added: “The quick judaization of Jerusalem on part of israel happens under the silence of the international community, the current situation and the disunity of the Arab peoples, who do not care about Jerusalem and can not do much on the ground”.

Dr. Mahran said that she received her Doctorate and Masters degrees in the development of traditional crafts and that through her work she intends to highlight the cultural concepts which affect the replacement and substitution of cultural heritage in the Egyptian heritage. Mahran said: “Through my work I found myself face to face with the most serious issue in the substitution and replacement of the cultural heritage in the Palestinian occupied city of Jerusalem”.

Mahran said that her father was an officer in the Egyptian army. He raised her in loyalty and love to Arab nationalism. She said: “as an Egyptian citizen like many other millions of Egyptians, we have nothing to do with what is going on between the politicians in our country and the outside, with a foreign community. The political agreements which they signed with Israel do not concern us and are against our national interest”. She continues: “As an Egyptian citizen I see the Camp David agreement signed with israel in 1978 as an injustice and offensive against me, against my rights. In this I am not alone because this agreement is seen as offensive by all Egyptians and Arabs. The Camp David agreement must be changed so that it serves the interests of Egyptians citizens and Arabs at large”.

She added: “We want peace, but not the kind of peace which passes over the bodies of the Egyptian Arab citizens, our dignity and on our nationalism”. She continued: “What is going now in Jerusalem and Palestine is outside of any framework related to peace agreements and equally outside of any Arab perception of dignity and humanity”. Dr. Mahran stated that any convention or agreement with Israel that took place during the regime of Egyptian President Anwar Sadat was an agreement signed ONLY between politicians but against the will of the Egyptian people. She said that until this day the Egyptian people do not recognize the Camp David agreement and will not recognize them because of the unjust conditions which they impose upon all Arabs.

3 comments to Egyptians Demand Amendments to Camp David Agreement

  • Africa Hubush

    If the present Egeptians are conserned about human right of the society and culture history of changing of a society, why did the present Egptians destroy the ancient egptians culture and history. Yes we African blacks have been weak and coward of resisting the Egeptian white emmigrants to Egypt.

    • Because Jews, in their never ending battle against Christianity convinced Mohammed that anything not monotheistic must be destroyed.

      The Koran is essentially the Old Testament as taught to Mohammed by Jews – although he made some changes to it to make it sound like it was original.

      Mohammed’s erroneous idea of the Trinity was that it was Allah, Jesus and Mary.

      That is what was being taught by the Jews of Arabia during Mohammed’s time.

      The Jewish Foundation of Islam: The Genesis Of The New Faith

      http://www.truthnet.org/islam/Jewish/Newfaith

      The Hebrews who came out of Egypt were the Hyksos – a Palestinian tribe which conquered all of Egypt and ruled it for 100 years. Egypt revolted against the Hyksos and enslaved them. Circumcision is an ancient way of branding slaves.

      Egypt then turned all of its might against the Kingdom of Kush (modern day Sudan) which had an alliance with the Hyksos.

      The Kushites were enslaved, but unlike the Hyksos they were assimilated into Egyptian society.

      Some Kushites even became Egyptian pharaohs. It is very possible that Akhenen (the founder of monotheism and probably the Moses of the bible) was a Kushite since his facial features are highly suggestive of a desert dwelling African ancestry.

      The story of Moses killing an Egyptian slave is likely to have come down to us from documents complaining about the inaction of Akhenen in taking retribution against a Canaanite (Palestinian) who had killed an Egyptian.

      http://www.domainofman.com/ankhemmaat/moses.html

      Akhenen’s mummy has never been found. Hence it is possible that it was he who led the Hebrews (Hyksos = Palestinians) out of bondage in Egypt.

      Egyptian art underwent a decline under Hyksos rule. Possibly because it legitimized the old regime. – hence the commandment against “graven images” (hieroglyphics)

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