September 14, 2012

A Continuation of the Revolution?

Lee Smith, Weekly Standard

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What is the White House telling the president of Egypt? If the mob makes a run at the embassy tomorrow, Morsi had better provide his police force with the legitimacy it needs to protect American citizens and diplomats. If not, both Egypt and the United States may end up reaping the whirlwind that the revolution sowed.

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TAGGED: Muslim Brotherhood, Mohamed Morsi, Egypt

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