The report, which casts light on the Israeli position towards the Egyptian revolution, dedicates its first section to address the Egyptian-Israeli relations since Camp David Accords throughout the tenures of Presidents Anwar al-Sadat and Hosni Mubarak.
The second section displays an overview of Egypt’s 25 January revolution and the subsequent Israeli reaction besides describing how the Israelis failed to anticipate the revolution. In addition, the section displays the standing of the Israeli military institution and trends of Israeli public opinion regarding the consequent events.
The third section tackles the impact of the Egyptian revolution on Israel, the future of the peace treaty, the military situation in Israel and the balance of power in the region. The fourth and last section addresses the repercussions of the revolution on the Israeli policy regarding the Palestinian cause.
This is the 23rd report in the series of Information Reports, prepared by the Information and Archives Department of al-Zaytouna Centre.The aim of these reports is to shed light, in each one, on an important issue that is of interest to those who follow closely the issues of the Arab and Islamic region, in particular those related to the Palestinian problem. These periodical reports provide the readers, in a limited number of pages, with updated, documented and extensive information.
This report is available fully for free download on al-Zaytouna Centre’s Arabic Website. ( Download)
The Information Report series was launched by the Information Department of al-Zaytouna Centre in early 2008. It aims at providing periodical, informative, concise and well-documented information set on selected issues of concern on the Arab and Muslim World, specifically the Palestinian issue.
Editor: Dr. Mohsen Mohammad Saleh
Managing Editor: Rabi‘ al-Dannan
Published in: 2012 (1st edition)
Physical details: 80 pages, 14*21 cm, paperback
Price : 2 $
Reading Time: 2 minutes