September 18, 2012

Egypt Threatens to Execute Americans

Michael J. Totten, Dispatches

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Egypt is looking more like post-1979 Iran every day.

Cairo has issued international arrest warrants for eight Americans—seven of them Coptic Christians from Egypt—who are allegedly involved with the anti-Mohammad video everyone’s rioting over.

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TAGGED: Muslim Brotherhood, Egypt


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