News ID: 315341
Publish Date: 12 September 2011 - 08:50
Navideshahed: Israel embassies in Turkey and Jordan are reportedly under the threat of an imminent fall after Egyptians stormed the Israeli embassy in Cairo on Friday and destroyed a part of a barricade wall around the building.

Ahmad Saeed Tareq, a young Egyptian revolutionary, said Egyptians' move served as a "prelude to the fall of the embassies of the usurper and illegitimate Zionist regime in all those Muslim states which still have political and diplomatic relations with the Israeli regime".

He predicted a similar move in countries like Turkey and Jordan.

Tareq also underlined that Egyptians' full-hearted move gladdened billions of Muslims throughout the world.

He said that the Zionist regime is experiencing a very delicate condition as it is under much pressure both from inside and outside, and added, "The rapid reaction strategy adopted by the Muslim youths in the Islamic countries will soon force Israel to retreat from conflict zones."

He expressed the hope that the Friday night move by the Egyptian youths would put an end to the embarrassing Camp David Accord between Cairo and Tel Aviv, which he said, manifested three decades of betrayal by Egyptian leaders.

On Friday night, Egyptian youths stormed the Israeli embassy and destroyed a part of a barricade wall around the building, forcing the Israeli ambassador to fly out of Cairo in a few hours time.

Yitzhak Levanon boarded a plane before dawn on Saturday morning.

Meanwhile, Israeli Defense Minister Ehud Barak called US Defense Secretary Leon Panetta in the early hours of Saturday morning Tel Aviv time and urged Washington to help protect the Israeli embassy in Cairo.

Egyptian police used tear gas to disperse the crowd.

One person died due to asphyxiation after inhaling tear gas, and about 450 demonstrators were injured, medical personnel said.

A protester tore down the Israeli flag at the embassy, to the cheers of thousands of demonstrators on the scene.

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Source: Fars News Agency

Ahmad Saeed Tareq, a young Egyptian revolutionary, said Egyptians' move served as a "prelude to the fall of the embassies of the usurper and illegitimate Zionist regime in all those Muslim states which still have political and diplomatic relations with the Israeli regime". He predicted a similar move in countries like Turkey and Jordan. Tareq also underlined that Egyptians' full-hearted move gladdened billions of Muslims throughout the world. He said that the Zionist regime is experiencing a very delicate condition as it is under much pressure both from inside and outside, and added, "The rapid reaction strategy adopted by the Muslim youths in the Islamic countries will soon force Israel to retreat from conflict zones." He expressed the hope that the Friday night move by the Egyptian youths would put an end to the embarrassing Camp David Accord between Cairo and Tel Aviv, which he said, manifested three decades of betrayal by Egyptian leaders. On Friday night, Egyptian youths stormed the Israeli embassy and destroyed a part of a barricade wall around the building, forcing the Israeli ambassador to fly out of Cairo in a few hours time. Yitzhak Levanon boarded a plane before dawn on Saturday morning. Meanwhile, Israeli Defense Minister Ehud Barak called US Defense Secretary Leon Panetta in the early hours of Saturday morning Tel Aviv time and urged Washington to help protect the Israeli embassy in Cairo. Egyptian police used tear gas to disperse the crowd. One person died due to asphyxiation after inhaling tear gas, and about 450 demonstrators were injured, medical personnel said. A protester tore down the Israeli flag at the embassy, to the cheers of thousands of demonstrators on the scene. The End Source: Fars News Agency
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