It was wrong to give away The Sinai Peninusla to Egypt in the peace treaty. Although it was not a part of Biblical Israel unlike Judea, Samaria, East Jerusalem, The Gaza Strip, and The Golan Heights were, it as well as African Egypt up to The Nile River are a part of Eretz Yisrael as described in Deuteronomy 11:22-25 and other places in The Torah. In the end of days, Israel will stretch from Lebanon in The North to The Sinai Peninsula in The South and from The Nile River in The West to The Euphrates River in The East. Therefore, the liberation of The Sinai Peninsula was one step closer to the Messianic borders of Eretz Yisrael but after the evil peanut farmer Jimmy Carter and Ariel Sharon pressured Menachem Begin to surrender it to Anwar el-Sadat, YM"S, at the signing of the peace accord on March 26, 1979, we went a step backwards. It is time for Israel to re-liberate the land from Egypt since Egypt does not honor the treaty. Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak is very critical of Israel and he never even went to Israel until Yitzhak Rabin's funeral. Egypt also permits The PLO/Hamas Arab Muslim Nazis to smuggle weapons into Hamas-occupied Gaza to use against Israel. I used to support the peace agreements with Jordan and Egypt. I used to believe that the peace with Jordan was warmer, but that it was safer to visit Egyptian-occupied Taba, Sinai for a few reasons because it was mostly Israelis visiting from Eilat in Taba and few Egyptians went there since it is in the middle of the desert. The only Egyptians there are the people that work at The Taba Israeli-Egyptian Border Crossing and The Taba Hilton. Also, unlike Jordan, there aren't any PLO/Hamas Arab Muslim Nazis there. I didn't recommend that anyone travel in Egypt other than the East coast of The Sinai Peninsula along The Red Sea up to the most Southern point of Sinai at Sharm El Sheikh because of the terrorist attacks on tourists in African Egypt. On August 17, 1997, I visited Taba while vacationing in Eilat. I didn't go more than 100 meters South past the border. Just to be in Egypt was good enough for me. There were Egyptian soldiers with guns patrolling the border. There was even a soldier with a gun and a knife sticking out of it hiding behind a fence. I went to The Taba Hilton, built by Israel while Sinai was under Israeli rule after The Six Day War. That proves that it's not safe to go deep into Egypt considering it's a little to go only meters into Egypt. Eventually, even Taba became a terrorist target. On the night of October 7, 2004, the very same Taba Hilton that I visited, was bombed when an Egyptian Arab Muslim Nazi terrorist drove a truck into the lobby which exploded, killing 31 people and wounding some 159 others, many of whom were Israelis. Ten floors of the hotel collapsed following the blast. It is time to take back Sinai once and for all.
Here are some pictures having to do with Egypt.
This is me with the beautiful scenery of Sinai in the background while I was in Taba on August 17, 1997.
This is me in Taba near The Taba Hilton.
This is me with The Taba Hilton in the background.
This is me in Taba with The Taba Israeli-Egyptian Border Crossing in the background.
This is a picture of Hosni Mubarak.
Here is the handshake between Menachem Begin, Z"L, and Anwar el-Sadat on March 26, 1979, at The White House in Washington, that ended the state of war between Israel and Egypt. President Jimmy Carter of The United States watches on.
Here is Anwar el-Sadat at The Knesset in 1977 among the Knesset members when he made an historic first visit to Israel by any Arab head of state.
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