BEIRUT, LEBANON (12:00 A.M.) – The Director of the Egyptian General Intelligence visited Damascus on Saturday to meet with his Syrian counterpart, a source reported from the Syrian capital.

According to the source, the  Director of the Egyptian General Intelligence, Abbas Kamel, visited Damascus last Monday and met with high-ranking officials like Major-General ‘Ali Mamlouk.

The source said the visit concentrated on increasing coordination between Syria and Egypt in regards to fighting terrorism and enhancing bilateral ties between Cairo and Damascus.

The visit came at the same time that a Libyan delegation made their first official visit to Damascus to announce the reopening of their diplomatic mission in Damascus.


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Can understand the Egyptians wanting to coordinate with Syria. They both have Turkey interfering in their internal affairs just as Turkey is currently dumping jihadis in Libya.


Turkey’s shenanigans in Libya and backing of Muslim Brotherhood and ISIS in Egypt is seriously pi$$ing off al-Sisi, go figure why. Note that Muslim-Brotherhood goes by another name in Israel : they call themselves Hamas and are supported by Turkey, Qatar and… Iran, despite Hamas brought support to al-Nusra in Syria!!!! They call themselves AKP in Turkey, Ennahda in Tunisia, etc etc etc… It’s well known that the devil goes by many names… The Brotherhood works as a 5th column, undermines countries from the inside while coordinating the global jihad and providing recruitment, logistics, lobbying political support As long as… Read more »