The King of the South Rises
Sep 26: The Obama administration reconciles with Egypt. In reality their differences were only public disinformation to distract, as America backed Morsi’s fall from behind the scenes. Now that Al-Sisi is elected the charade ends.
US President Barack Obama touted the longstanding relationship between the United States and Egypt as a cornerstone of American security policy in the Middle East.
Obama met with Egyptian President Abdel-Fattah al-Sisi in New York on Thursday on the sidelines of the UN General Assembly meetings. It’s the first face-to-face meeting between Obama and al-Sisi, who was elected earlier this year.
Obama said they plan to discuss a range of security issues including the Israeli-Palestinian conflict, Libya, the Islamic State and Islamic Extremism groups.
One announced point is the immediate approval of the delivery of ten Apache helicopters to Egypt and Israeli approval; for their use in Sinai.
Now America, Egypt and the Jewish State are bound together by their Strategic Partnership as the biblical King of the South.
Biblically the King of the South has always been Egypt and Judea, and we are told in Hosea 5:5 that in the end time Egypt, Ephraim and Israel will fall together with Judah [The Glorious Land Den 11:42 . . . ]
SEP 27 CAIRO (Ma’an) — The Egyptian army said on Saturday that it killed at least 10 “gunmen” the day before as part of an ongoing military operation against the Ansar Bayt al-Maqdis Wahhabi militant group in the North Sinai cities of Sheikh Zuweid and Rafah.
Egyptian military sources told a Ma’an reporter in Egypt that army helicopters launched attacks on targets in the two cities overnight Friday.
Attacks continued on Saturday morning, reportedly targeting hideouts of Ansar Bayt al-Maqdis gunmen. Several vehicles and weapon caches were hit in the strikes, according to the sources.
Initial reports suggest that at least 10 gunmen have been killed and dozens have been injured in the attack.
Ansar Bayt al-Maqdis has led a military insurgency against the Egyptian government based out of the Sinai Peninsula for the last three years.