November 29, 2011

Arab Spring and Nervous Israel

Samuel Segev, Winnipeg Free Press

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The likely victory of the Muslim Brotherhood in Egypt, and the growing tendency towards Islamization in the Arab world, has impacted the entire region and is forcing pro-Western countries to re-assess their foreign policy options.

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TAGGED: Benjamin Netanyahu, Jordan, Egypt, Israel

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