The London-based newspaper Al-Quds Al-Arabi reported that the Israeli delegation arrived in a special plane that left Tel Aviv’s Ben-Gurion.
The Egyptian leader also spoke extensively about terrorism in his address, saying “counterterrorism efforts so far have relied solely on defensive reaction, focusing on defending the present.”
Egyptian expert to "Post": The Brotherhood will probably continue its long tradition of double-talk, speaking of democracy in English while emphasizing "jihad" in Arabic.
Sisi said Egypt was confronting the "strongest secret organisation in the world", a reference to the Islamist Muslim Brotherhood.
Although very different in temperament and outlook, the two late presidents had one thing at least in common – both took Egypt into direct combat with Israel.
In the current political atmosphere in Egypt, General al-Sissi is the strong, rational man who can bring more stability to the country and the whole region.