The Israeli ambassador to Egypt came back for the weekend
, and for all we know, it may end up being permanent:
Israeli Ambassador to Egypt Yaakov Amitai has quietly left Cairo, and flown back to Tel Aviv to spend Shabbat at home with the family. But he may not return until after January 25 --the first anniversary of the Tahrir Square Revolution. In Egypt, the day is being celebrated as a National Holiday. [...]
Depending upon how things go in Egypt, Amitai may return to his post in Cairo by January 29, according to a report in The Egyptian Gazette, at his Ma'adi home.
And maybe he will, but with the deterioration under increasing Islamization in Egypt, chances are he may come back to Israel for good, as Egypt may end up under an Islamic regime most hostile to Israel's existence. The article says that the embassy there is still closed.
Labels: anti-semitism, Egypt, islam, Israel