October 1, 2012

Morsi's Message

Jerusalem Post, Jerusalem Post

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Egypt’s new leader Mohamed Morsi is proving to be a cunning communicator, at least so far as what he puts across to undiscerning Western ears.

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TAGGED: Middle East, Mohamed Morsi, Israel, Egypt

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