Abdel Fattah al-SisiEgypt’s former army chief and leading presidential candidate, Abdel Fattah Al-Sisi, said Sunday that, if elected, he would be willing to consider making changes to the peace agreement with Israel. “If we are asked to make amendments to the peace treaty with Israel, we will do it,” Sisi said in an interview with Sky News, his first interview with foreign media since announcing his candidacy. The comments by Sisi are in contrast to ones he made just last week, when he told local media that he would “respect all international treaties and contracts, including the peace treaty with Israel.” In the same breath, however, Sisi also said that if Israel won’t recognize the “state of Palestine,” with its capital in Jerusalem, he will never visit Israel. More