January 29, 2013

Is Egypt Facing Another Revolution?

Ariel Ben Solomon, Jerusalem Post

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The odds that Morsi will be able to turn the Egyptian economy around are not favorable, but with the help of Qatar and the West, Egypt should be able to plug enough holes to stay afloat and keep the regime in control, meaning that it is the West helping keep an anti-Western, anti-Israel and anti-Semitic organization in power.

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