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President Hosni Mubarak has left power in Egypt – was Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu "sad to see him go" asked Piers Morgan in an exclusive interview, airing tonight at 9pmET/PT. "I was concerned that we might have the opposite of what people want and what we all want. We want to see a democratic reformed Egypt," Netanyahu said. "I called him once. He didn’t return my call. He was otherwise engaged. But I can appreciate that fact that Egypt was at peace."
But what about Moammer Gadhafi in Libya, who Netanyahu says is "no friend of Israel"?
Here was the exchange about Gadhafi:
NETANYAHU: Gadhafi is no friend of Israel. He’s no friend of the Jewish people.
MORGAN: Would you bring in a no-fly zone? No?
NETANYAHU: Well, I wouldn’t second guess President Obama and people who have to make that decision.
The full interview airs tonight.