The Hamasnicks are beside themselves with joy, following the outcome of the Egyptian elections ...
Privately, Israeli officials wary of Morsi presidency in EgyptIsraeli officials fretted particularly about what Morsi’s approach might be to the Gaza Strip, which had celebrated the victory of the Brotherhood, long a close ally of the Islamist group Hamas. Medics in Gaza reported that the celebratory gunfire was so intense that one Palestinian was killed and three others wounded Sunday night after Morsi’s win was announced.
"We will look to Egypt to play a big, leading role, a historic role, regarding the Palestinian cause, in helping the Palestinian nation get freedom, return home and totally end the Gaza siege," Ismail Haniyeh, the head of the Hamas government in Gaza, said in welcoming Morsi’s victory.
One has to wonder why they are so happy? Could it be that they too sense that the majority of Egyptians decided to support a government that will eventually abrogate the peace treaty with Israel?
Interesting their propensity to act through their amygdala (the primitive impulsive brain guided by raw emotions - also known as the reptilian brain) rather than engaging their rational brain. Then again, maybe they haven't got one?