A senior member of the Egyptian Al-Ikhwan al-Muslimun (Muslim Brotherhood) party called on the government in Cairo to stop normalization plans with the Zionist regime. "The Egyptian nation believes that normalization of relations with the Zionist regime is among the most important issues which should be stopped completely," Mohammad Habib said on Sunday. "The Egyptian nation believes that the Zionist regime is a danger threatening the national security of not just Egypt, but also other Arab countries," he added.
Habib also reiterated that the Zionist regime is getting prepared for a full-scale war in the region since it cannot feel to be on the safe side as long as it has not gained decisive political and military supremacy over the entire Arab and Muslim countries.
Another member of the Muslim Brotherhood party had also earlier called on the Egyptian officials to downgrade relations with the Zionist regime and annul the contract on the supply of Egypt's gas to the occupied Palestinian territories. Kamal al-Halbawi had also demanded the Cairo officials to promote bilateral relations with Tehran. "Egypt should have good relations with the powerful and great countries of the Middle-East, like Iran and Turkey, to confront the influence of the US and the Zionist regime in the region," al-Halbawi told FNA late April.