January 1, 2014

Mideast Person of the Year: Sisi

Ariel Ben Solomon, Jerusalem Post

The Associated Press

In 2013, Sisi stood up to domestic and international opposition to wrestle power over Egypt from the Muslim Brotherhood.

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