September 14, 2012

Despairing of Arab Democracy

Jerusalem Post, Jerusalem Post

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Neither Bush nor Obama has succeeded in overcoming Arab resentment and hatred of the West.

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TAGGED: Barack Obama, George W. Bush, United States, 2012, Egypt, Libya

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