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MessageSujet: Re: Armée Egyptienne/Egyptian Armed Forces   Lun 7 Jan 2013 - 19:27

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L'armée égyptienne met en échec une tentative d'attentat contre une église

L'armée égyptienne a mis en échec une tentative d'attentat lundi avant l'aube contre une église à Rafah, le jour où les Coptes, les chrétiens d'Egypte, célébraient Noël, selon l'agence officielle Mena.

"Des patrouilles de l'armée ont réussi à mettre en échec une tentative d'attentat contre l'église de Rafah à 01H00 (23H00 GMT dimanche)", une ville du nord-est de l'Egypte, frontalière de la bande de Gaza, a indiqué Mena.

Ces patrouilles, a précisé l'agence, ont saisi une voiture Toyota remplie d'armes et de munitions près de l'église tandis qu'une seconde voiture à bord de laquelle se trouvaient des hommes masqués a pris la fuite.

L'armée a lancé une vaste opération de ratissage à la recherche des assaillants, a ajouté Mena.

Selon des sécurité de sécurité, l'église, la seule à Rafah, était abandonnée depuis deux ans après avoir été incendiée et pillée dans la foulée de la révolte contre le président aujourd'hui déchu Hosni Moubarak.

Ces sources n'ont pas exclu que la tentative d'attentat visait également un campement militaire en cours de construction dans le secteur et qui a déjà été attaqué par des islamistes radicaux dans le passé.

Les services de sécurité égyptiens annoncent épisodiquement des arrestations et des saisies d'armes dans la péninsule voisine du Sinaï, par laquelle transite illégalement des armes destinées à Gaza.

Le Sinaï connaît un regain d'instabilité depuis la chute du régime Moubarak en février 2011, avec une intensification des activités de groupes radicaux qui prennent régulièrement l'armée et la police pour cibles.

Vendredi, les services de sécurité ont annoncé y avoir saisi des missiles de fabrication américaine destinés à la bande de Gaza contrôlée par les islamistes palestiniens du Hamas qui prônent la lutte armée contre Israël.

Les Coptes orthodoxes célébraient lundi leur premier Noël sous un pouvoir issu des Frères musulmans, dans un climat d'inquiétude face à la montée en puissance de l'islam politique, en dépit des assurances des autorités.

Depuis son élection en juin, le président égyptien Mohamed Morsi, issu des Frères musulmans, a promis de garantir les droits et l'égalité de tous les citoyens, sans distinction de religion.

Mais ces propos n'ont pas suffit à rassurer les Coptes, qui représentent 6 à 10% des quelque 83 millions d'Egyptiens. Beaucoup d'entre eux parlent désormais de l'exil, citant l'exemple de proches ou de voisins.

Cette communauté chrétienne est la plus nombreuse du Moyen-Orient et l'une des plus anciennes. Déjà très peu représentés dans les instances gouvernementales et la haute fonction publique en Egypte, ils redoutent de se voir davantage marginalisés.

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MessageSujet: Re: Armée Egyptienne/Egyptian Armed Forces   Lun 7 Jan 2013 - 19:58

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MessageSujet: Re: Armée Egyptienne/Egyptian Armed Forces   Mar 8 Jan 2013 - 15:52

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MessageSujet: Re: Armée Egyptienne/Egyptian Armed Forces   Ven 11 Jan 2013 - 19:48

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MessageSujet: Re: Armée Egyptienne/Egyptian Armed Forces   Lun 14 Jan 2013 - 21:18

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MessageSujet: Re: Armée Egyptienne/Egyptian Armed Forces   Mer 16 Jan 2013 - 11:44

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EADS : l'Egypte commande six nouveaux C295 à Airbus Military

Airbus Military a reçu une commande de l'armée de l'air égyptienne portant sur six avions de transport C295, ce qui porte le total de la flotte égyptienne à 12 appareils, a annoncé mercredi la filiale du groupe de défense et d'aéronautique EADS (EAD.FR).

"La livraison de ce troisième lot d'aéronefs ainsi que des pièces et équipements de support, de formation et d'entretien associés est prévue à partir de fin 2013", a précisé l'avionneur.

Les détails financiers de l'accord ne sont toutefois pas dévoilés.
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MessageSujet: Re: Armée Egyptienne/Egyptian Armed Forces   Mer 16 Jan 2013 - 13:20

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MessageSujet: Re: Armée Egyptienne/Egyptian Armed Forces   Mer 23 Jan 2013 - 12:51

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U.S. gift of F-16 fighters headed to Egypt, despite Morsi's harsh rhetoric



Four F-16 fighter jets left the U.S. this morning, bound for Egypt as part of a foreign aid package critics say should have been scrapped when the nation elected a president who has called President Obama a liar and urged that hatred of Jews be instilled in children.

A source who works on the Naval Air Force Base in Dallas confirmed the departure of the state-of-the-art fighter planes to FoxNews.com. Sixteen F-16s and 200 Abrams tanks are to be given to the Egyptian government before the end of the year under a foreign aid deal signed in 2010 with then-Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak, a longtime U.S. ally..

Critics, including several in Congress, say it doesn't make sense to follow through with the package, given that new Egyptian President Mohammed Morsi, elected last summer, has given decidedly mixed signals about relations with the U.S. While he has toned down his rhetoric since his election, in 2010 - the same year the aid package was struck - Morsi attacked Obama for supporting Israel.

“One American president after another — and most recently, that Obama — talks about American guarantees for the safety of the Zionists in Palestine," Morsi, then a leader of the Muslim Brotherhood, said on Egyptian television in reaction to Obama's 2009 speech in Cairo. "[Obama] was very clear when he uttered his empty words on the land of Egypt. He uttered many lies, of which he couldn’t have fulfilled a single word, even if he were sincere — which he is not.”

In the comments translated by the Middle East Media Research Institute, Morsi went on to urge that children be taught to hate Jews.

“Dear brothers, we must not forget to nurse our children and grandchildren on hatred towards those Zionists and Jews, and all those who support them," he said. "They must be nursed on hatred. The hatred must continue.”

Lawmakers told FoxNews.com that even if Morsi has softened his stance, it makes no sense to arm his Islamist government with weapons that could one day be used against Israel or even Egyptians.

“It is appalling that the Obama administration would send F-16s and 200 military tanks to Egypt in the wake of the instability, [and the] anti-American and anti-Israel atmosphere," Rep. Louie Gohmert, (R-Texas), told FoxNews.com.

The U.S. government ordered the planes for Egypt from Lockheed Martin in 2010, as part of an annual aid package that regularly topped $1 billion. But the very next year, a popular revolution began which ultimately resulted in Mubarak's ouster and imprisonment, and the election of Morsi, a leader of the Muslim Brotherhood. In November, Morsi tried to claim dictatorial powers, but was forced to back down from his claim after massive protests against the move.

Many worry that arming such a volatile Egypt will endanger Israel.

"My hope and prayer is that someone in this administration will wake up and smell the burning of [Israel's] future and rescind the supply of planes and tanks," Gohmert said. "If they do not, then perhaps there will arise leaders within our Congress with newfound courage to stop the lunacy."

Rep. Vern Buchanan, (R-Fla.), who recently called for ending foreign aid to Egypt altogether, told FoxNews.com the Muslim Brotherhood-backed Morsi government has been sending increasingly troubling signals to Washington, and giving it state-of-the-art fighter jets is a dangerous idea.

“American tax dollars must not be used to aid and abet any dictatorial regime that stands with terrorists,” Buchanan said.

Others note that Egypt's leaders could use the weapons on their own people.

"Tens of billions in U.S. aid has enhanced Cairo’s capacity for internal repression," Malou Innocent, a foreign policy analyst at the Cato Institute, told FoxNews.com.

"U.S. aid accounts for as much as 80% of the Egyptian Defense Ministry’s weapons procurement costs... In essence, American taxpayers have been Egypt’s major arms supplier, subsidizing the supply of F-16 jet fighters, M1A1 Abrams battle tanks, armored personnel carriers, Apache helicopters, and hundreds of millions of dollars in surplus military equipment."

The State Department did not respond to a request for comment about the pending delivery. But earlier this month, a spokesperson said the Obama administration seeks to “maintain a strategic partnership with Egypt that enhances the security and peace of the region.”

But Anthony H. Cordesman, who has served as a consultant for the State and Defense departments and who holds the Burke Chair in Strategy at the Center for Strategic and International Studies, said the administration is right to send the planes.

"If you were to suddenly end this partnership with Egypt -- if you were to make Egypt feel that somehow it were not trusted or second-best, what would the security implications be? It certainly would justify or encourage all of the extremist elements that are trying to push Egypt away from both the peace process and the security partnership with the U.S.," he told FoxNews.com.

He said that the cost of providing the weapons is worth it.

"We need to remember that Egypt isn't just important to Israel. It is critical to us, because it controls the Suez Canal. It has been a vital staging point for U.S. operations in the gulf."

Cordesman argued that the F-16 fighter jets are unlikely to be turned against us or our allies, as they are too complex to be used effectively without U.S. maintenance.

"These weapons systems are certainly extremely effective, but no one can sustain them unless that partnership with the United States continues," he said. "The modern software, the computer systems, the munitions that make this weapons system so lethal -- other than us, there are no alternative suppliers. There are European states who can provide parts of the aircraft, but F-16s and most modern systems are basically dependent on U.S. manufacturers."

"In some ways, the more sophisticated the system, the safer it is to transfer," Cordesman said, while noting that there are still risks.

"There's no such thing as an arms transfer that is totally risk-free," he said.

According to a U.S. Air Force description, the planes' "maneuverability and combat radius exceed that of all potential threat fighter aircraft."

"The F-16 can fly more than 500 miles, deliver its weapons with superior accuracy, defend itself against enemy aircraft, and return to its starting point," the description states. "An all-weather capability allows it to accurately deliver ordnance during non-visual bombing conditions."
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MessageSujet: Re: Armée Egyptienne/Egyptian Armed Forces   Mer 23 Jan 2013 - 15:09

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MessageSujet: Re: Armée Egyptienne/Egyptian Armed Forces   Dim 27 Jan 2013 - 17:27

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Egypte: déploiement militaire à Suez après des manifestations meurtrières


LE CAIRE, 26 jan 2013 (AFP) -
L'armée égyptienne a déployé vendredi soir des forces à Suez, à l'entrée sud du canal du même nom, après des manifestations qui ont fait six morts dans cette ville portuaire, selon des témoins et des sources de sécurité.

Des soldats et des blindés légers ont été déployés autour de bâtiments sensibles comme le siège de la police de la ville et celui du gouvernorat local, selon ces sources.

Suez a été le théâtre des affrontements les plus violents survenus vendredi dans plusieurs villes d'Egypte entre manifestants hostiles au président islamiste Mohamed Morsi et forces de l'ordre, qui ont fait au total sept morts -- six dans cette ville et un dans une ville proche, Islamïliya.

Ces heurts ont eu lieu à l'occasion du "Jour de la Révolution", sensé commémorer le début, le 25 janvier 2011, de la révolte populaire qui a abouti à la chute de Hosni Moubarak.

Suez avait déjà connu, à cette époque, des affrontements partiulièrement violents entre manifestants opposés à l'ancien régime et forces anti-émeutes.

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MessageSujet: Re: Armée Egyptienne/Egyptian Armed Forces   Lun 28 Jan 2013 - 18:48

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Four F-16 fighter jets left the U.S. this morning

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MessageSujet: Re: Armée Egyptienne/Egyptian Armed Forces   Lun 28 Jan 2013 - 19:15

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MessageSujet: Re: Armée Egyptienne/Egyptian Armed Forces   Mer 30 Jan 2013 - 10:13

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Chinese missile technicians spotted in Egypt working with North Koreans to upgrade Scuds

January 29, 2013 4:59 am

China is covertly working with North Koreans to modernize Egypt’s short-range missile systems, raising new concerns among United States intelligence officials about the arms programs of the Muslim Brotherhood-affiliated government in Egypt.

A group of technicians from China’s premier missile manufacturer that was previously sanctioned by the U.S. government for illicit arms transfers are working in Egypt with North Koreans to modernize Cairo’s Scud missile force.

According to U.S. intelligence officials, reports of the missile technicians from the Beijing-based China Precision Machinery Import-Export Corp. (CPMIEC) are raising new concerns about U.S. plans to sell arms to the government of Egyptian President Mohamed Morsi.

The missile activities were detected in connection with Egypt’s Sakr Factory, the main missile production facility that makes Egypt’s Scud-Bs and extended-range Scud Cs.

An Egyptian military official had no immediate comment on the missile support from China and North Korea. A State Department spokesman declined to comment.

New intelligence about the Chinese-North Korean missile cooperation follow previous intelligence reports from November that North Korea was planning to ship Scud missile components to Egypt. That cooperation was first reported by the Washington Free Beacon.

United Nations sanctions imposed on North Korea for its nuclear and long-range missile tests prohibit U.N. members from purchasing such North Korean military assistance.

Sen. James Inhofe (R., Okla.), ranking Republican on the Senate Armed Services Committee, said last week that he is opposed to sending advanced U.S. jets to Egypt. Inhofe asked President Barack Obama in a letter to delay sending additional F16s to Egypt until Congress can review the sale.

A $1.5 billion arms package was approved for Egypt under the former regime of Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak, including 20 F-16s and coproduction of M1A1 tanks. Other significant military sales being considered include the transfer of U.S. military transports.

“The recent transfer of four F-16 Block 52 fighter jets to Egyptian Armed Forces is troubling, and future deliveries of the remaining 16 jets scheduled to be completed by the end of 2013 should be delayed until Congress has had time to review further this foreign military sale,” Inhofe stated in a letter sent Friday.

The senator is concerned about conditions in Egypt, which have changed significantly since the sale was first approved.

“Under Muslim Brotherhood President Morsi, there has been constant instability, and the systematic exclusion and silencing of all official minority political opposition,” Inhofe said. “This has resulted in massive street protests, and the passage of a new constitution that has been widely criticized as lacking any protection of minority political or religious rights.”

Egypt’s government also has made anti-Semitic and anti-Israel statements in recent months, raising concerns Cairo will uphold commitments under the Camp David peace accords that has kept peace between Egypt and Israel for four decades, he said.

The State Department told Sen. Inhofe Jan. 8 in a letter that “Egypt is a strategic partner with whom we have a long history of close political-military relations that have benefited U.S. interests.”

According to the department’s legislative affairs official David S. Adams, Morsi has affirmed Egypt’s commitment to international agreements, including the peace treaty with Israel.

“Delaying or canceling deliveries of the F-16 aircraft would undermine our efforts to address our regional security interests through a more capable Egyptian military, and send a damaging and lasting signal to Egypt’s civilian and military leadership as we work toward a democratic transition in this key Middle Eastern state,” Adams said in denying Inhofe’s request to delay F-16 deliveries.

However, a U.S. official familiar with intelligence reports of the Chinese-North Korean missile cooperation said the ballistic missile upgrade program is raising concerns about Egypt’s plan for a possible future conflict with Israel.

“Who are they planning to use those ballistic missiles against and what threat does Egypt face that would require ballistic missiles?” the official asked.

U.S. intelligence agencies have identified long-standing missile cooperation between Egypt and North Korea and, to a lesser extent, with China.

A 2001 CIA report to Congress on arms proliferation stated “Egypt continued its long-standing relationship with North Korea on ballistic missiles.”

“Cairo continues to maintain a deployed force of Scud Bs and Cs,” the report said. “Egypt’s [advanced conventional weapons] acquisition is aimed at modernizing its Soviet-era equipment and acquiring newer, mostly U.S. weapons.”

The role of CPMIEC is a new element of the missile program, however.

The U.S. government sanctioned CPMIEC in the past for its illicit missile sales.

“China Precision Machinery Import-Export has been the main agent of proliferation for the PRC government and China’s defense industries for decades,” said Larry Wortzel, a former military intelligence specialist on China. “Today it executes the transfer of missiles, missile-related equipment, and knowhow for the General Armaments Department of the PLA. If there is a ‘serial proliferator’ in China, it is the PLA and CPMIEC.”

The company was first sanctioned by the U.S. government in 1991 for selling short-range ballistic missiles to Pakistan as part of a deal for M-11 missiles signed in 1988. CPMIEC was sanctioned in 2002 for missile sales to Iran, under the Iran Nonproliferation Act.

CPMIEC was sanctioned again in 2003 by the State Department under a 1994 Executive Order aimed at halting the spread of weapons of mass destruction and missile delivery systems.

The U.S. sanctions were largely symbolic and were never fully enforced, according to the Wisconsin Project on Nuclear Arms Control, a group that monitors arms proliferation.

“Lax enforcement of U.S. sanctions is allowing Chinese companies to continue to ship goods to the United States even after being hit with an import ban for proliferation to Iran,” said the project’s Matthew Godsey in a 2009 report.

CPMIEC also provided missiles to Libya’s Moammar Gadhafi in the late 1990s.

U.S. military intelligence found caches of Chinese weapons supplied to Iran and re-transferred to the Taliban in 2001. Included in those arms were QW-1 shoulder-fired anti-aircraft missiles made by CPMIEC.

U.S. officials said the Scud part of the shipment was under negotiation in November and represented the first missile sale to the Egyptian government since the ouster of the Mubarak regime and the election of the Muslim Brotherhood government of Morsi.

The Scud components were to be transported by air from North Korea through China.

Richard Fisher, a China military affairs specialist, said the CPMIEC-North Korean partnership needs to be watched carefully and could be related to efforts by Egypt’s military to improve the lethality of their missiles against sophisticated Israel missile defenses.

Fisher said future CPMIEC contributions could include guidance systems for Egypt’s Scuds, like the optical guidance systems used by Iran’s Fateh short range ballistic missiles to target ships.

“The effectiveness of Israeli missile defenses should spark significant Egyptian demand for ways to increase the accuracy of their fewer missiles that may reach their targets,” Fisher said. “I suspect this is where CPMIEC is making its most significant contribution.”

Fisher said a significant interest group in Israel has supported a strategic relationship with China, including arms sales, as a way to prevent China from selling better weapons to Israel’s enemies.

“During the Cold War, this relationship was encouraged by Washington to help modernize the PLA versus the Soviet Union, but after Tiananmen and the fall of the Soviet Communist Party, U.S. support correctly waned.”

Israel continued to seek closer defense ties to China until pressure from the Bill Clinton and George W. Bush administration limited the flow of military technology from Israel to China.

“But it should be clear by now that China will play all sides in the Middle East; Beijing has no interest in advancing Israel’s survival,” Fisher said. “In fact, through its proliferation of missile and nuclear technology to Iran, it has hastened a potential nuclear holocaust.”

Fisher warned that Egyptian-North Korean Scud cooperation might now be focusing on Pyongyang helping the Egyptians by selling them more advanced medium or intermediate range missiles.
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