In an interview with Egyptian daily al-Youm al-Saba'a, Suleiman analyzed relations between the two neighboring countries in the wake of the Arab Spring and the ongoing terrorist activity originating from the Sinai Peninsula. "I'm fearful of the price Egypt will have to pay if Israel decides to reoccupy Sinai," he said.
"I fear that Israel thinks Egypt has become one of its enemies," Suleiman said referring to the close relations between Hamas and the Muslim Brotherhood and the current situation in Sinai.
He called on the Muslim Brotherhood party, which is considered his political rivals, "to exercise caution in an effort to keep peace in the region."
He further said that he is fearful of misleading signals that could le
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