August 22, 2012

New Egypt's Dangerous Foreign Policy

Jerusalem Post, Jerusalem Post

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It is abundantly evident that Egyptian foreign policy under the Muslim Brotherhood has deviated radically and dangerously since Mubarak’s ouster and neither the US nor the Saudis seem willing or able to confront Egypt’s Islamists. None of this bodes well for Israel.

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TAGGED: Mohamed Morsi, United States, Saudi Arabia, Israel, Egypt

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