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America’s Egyptian conundrum

Despite the Obama Administration’s fumblings in Egypt one can also feel a little sorry for them. On the one hand they did not like the idea of a Muslim Brotherhood government leading Egypt, and Morsi’s actions while he was in … Continue reading

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After the revolution, what now for Egypt?

Post-coup in Egypt, we are left with the question of “what now?”.  Has this quasi-coup been a good thing or a bad thing? Is it good for the Jews? And for the West too. Several people have attempted to answer … Continue reading

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Egypt – Mohammed Morsi deposed by the Army

The Egyptian Army’s threats to depose President Mohammed Morsi if he did not resign by Tuesday afternoon were carried out today, with the Army effectively deposing the President: Egypt’s armed forces overthrew elected Islamist President Mohamed Morsi on Wednesday and … Continue reading

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