Misir Devrimi'nin Ä°srail'e Etkileri

Kareem, Selen Tonkuş
March 2011
Middle Eastern Analysis / Ortadogu Analiz;2011, Vol. 3 Issue 27, p66
Academic Journal
The end of Mubarak era marked the loss of its most important regional alliance for Israel. Since the beginning, whole country had been following the demonstrations carefully and anxiously to see what impact the new political reality in Egypt will make on Israel. In this analysis, firstly Israel's reaction in terms of administration, media and public to the revolution in Egypt will be presented. Later on, the reasons behind these reactions will be put forth through assessing the importance of Egyptian alliance for Israel. After evaluating scenarios that Israel is likely to face along with the possible policies it may adopt, the article will be concluded by policy recommendations.


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