These are about the October war in which Egypt won over Israel, the Iraqi invasion of Kuwait, the deal of the century and the impact of American policies in the region.
Mubarak also spoke about the consequences of the deal of the century and details of the peace process that was about to take place between Syria and Israel under former Israeli Prime Minister Yitzhak Rabin.
"I encouraged Rabin to negotiate with the Syrians and the Syrians were cautious in informing us about the negotiations. Rabin told me, in agreement with Syria, that she would take her land, but the point of contention was the Syrians' refusal to establish relations and open embassies," he said
. "After the Rabin assassination, the Syrians wanted to implement the agreement, but after Netanyahu came, the opportunity was lost and ended," he said.
As for Israel's desire to join the League of Arab States, Mubarak said that he informed then Israeli President Shimon Peres that the university "House of Arabs", and advised him not to consider joining them.
"I told Clinton clearly that there is no Arab leader who can give up Jerusalem, and trying to impose unfair solutions on the Middle East issue because of imbalances of power will not make any peace or lasting cooperation," he said.
Said said that the former Egyptian president revealed to her secrets and secrets from the second Gulf War, when Iraqi forces invaded Kuwait before the intervention of the deterrent forces and graduated.