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Netanyahu denies Mubarak sought help from Israel during uprising

Prime Minister Netanyahu denies that any phone calls were exchanged with Mubarak during Egypt's 18-day revolt that ousted the 30-year-ruling president

Ahram Online, Monday 26 Sep 2011
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Israeli’s Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu has denied that ousted president Mubarak asked Israel for help during the January 25 Revolution.

Netanyahu even denied that there were any calls between him and Mubarak during the 18-day revolution. The Israeli PM made the statement to BBC Arabic on Monday, as he was returning from a trip to New York.

He also discussed the importance of resuming negotiations with the Palestinians and the importance of maintaining peace with Egypt.

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