July 22, 2012

Will Egypt's Morsi Tear Down the Gaza Wall?

The National, The National

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Egypt's president Mohammed Morsi is a man in a hurry. In the three weeks since he took office, he has built bridges with Saudi Arabia, sought to mend fences with the United States, tried to stop the construction of a dam in Ethiopia and may now be preparing to tear down Egypt's own wall in Gaza.

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