EGYPT'S PRESIDENT ON DEALING WITH ISRAEL: I AM VERY, VERY, VERY UPSET

EGYPT'S PRESIDENT ON DEALING WITH ISRAEL

The tunnel crisis in Jerusalem incensed Egyptians, despite President Hosni Mubarak's previous admonitions for patience with Benjamin Netanyahu. Mubarak refused to attend the summit in Washington two weeks ago, saying it would be fruitless. Other Arab leaders, including Jordan's King Hussein, who attended the summit, have since expressed their frustration with Israel. Last week, at a retreat on the Suez Canal, Egypt's leader spoke of disappointments and dangers with TIME Middle East correspondent Scott MacLeod and reporter Amany Radwan.

TIME: After a recent interview with you, an Israeli journalist said he discerned a "contained rage" in your disappointment with Netanyahu.

Mubarak:...

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