“The two Presidents discussed regional security, and President Obama welcomed Egypt’s continued role in advancing regional peace and maintaining the ceasefire in Gaza,” said the statement issued by Morsi’s office.
John Kerry, on his part, is expected to tell the regime in Cairo about the decision by the Rome conference of The Friends of Syria to provide non-military support to the Syrian rebels, and discuss the UN plans to convene an international conference on making the Middle East free of weapons of mass destruction. The conference was originally due to take place in December 2012, but was postponed because the Zionist regime refused to attend the conference. The Islamic Republic has already held two such conferences in Tehran.
Billionaire John Kerry’s main agenda, however, is to sell IMF to the new Egyptian regime in order to keep Cairo dependent on pro-Israel western powers. According to US source, Kerry will stress that if Cairo accept $4.8 billion loan from the IMF, that would bring more funds from the US, EU and oil-rich Arab ‘royals’ like Saudi Arabia, Qatar and UAE – all western stooges.
Kerry met with Amr Moussa, top minister under former pro-Israel dictator Hosni Mubarak and current Arab League head Nabil Elaraby. However, former head of IAEA, Dr. Mohammed ElBaradei, a Nobel laureate, refused to meet Kerry. Kerry will meet president Morsi on Sunday.
I bet Kerry is going to warn Morsi never to equate Jews with vampires, apes and pigs, as he criticized his Turkish host Erdogan for equating Zionism with fascism recently.
During his first visit to Cairo in February 2013, Iranian president Dr. Ahmadinejad had renewed his country’s offer to provide a long-term loan to Egypt to help free herself of western economic slavery.
Washington-based columnist George Hishameh wrote at Jordan Times (February 21, 2013) that Obama will be visiting Israel in March just to please Jewish lobby groups at home even though he realizes that his chances of launching an urgently needed peaceful settlement between Israel and its Arab neighbors is limited.
Egypt has always been the center of Arab politics.