Edy Cohen, a close aide to Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, shown on Thursday the late Egyptian President Mohamed Morsi might have turned into a”tragedy for Israel”, hailing present Egyptian President Abdul-Fattah Al-Sisi, that ousted him.
Cohen posted on Twitter:”Mohamed Morsi could have turned into a tragedy for Israel when there was no army coup by Al-Sisi who ousted him.”
He added:”I’ve said this previously: Morsi was a threat to Israel’s national security. He had been the final invulnerable Arab leader after Saddam Hussein.”
Replying to Cohen, among Al-Sisi’s assistants wrote:”Stop lying. The truth are completely contrary to that. Morsi was a CIA agent since 1986 and he’d connections with you. He had been a traitor and a treasure into Israel. He offered Sinai to you personally and to Hamas.”
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Meanwhile, a part of Morsi’s presidency,” Ahmed Abdul-Aziz responded:”No, Edy Cohen. Morsi wasn’t the last invulnerable Arab leader. There’ll be many others like him tomorrow after tomorrow and they’ll finish your job. This is a simple fact, not a fantasy.”
17 June, 2020, marked the first anniversary of Morsi’s passing. The Muslim Brotherhood blamed his departure Al-Sisi’s regime.