August 31, 2012

Egypt's Morsi Slaps Down Iran's Khamenei

Amir Taheri, New York Post

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With his speech yesterday at the Non-Aligned Movement summit in Tehran, Egypt’s new president, Muhammad Mursi, drew a line in the sand against Iran’s hope of creating an “Islamic Awakening Front” under its leadership.

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TAGGED: Arab Spring, Mohamed Morsi, Egypt, Ali Khamenei, Iran

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