June 2, 2014

Sisi and the Palestinians

Ali Jarbawi, New York Times

The Associated Press

When Egypt is internally stable, it is externally active, which benefits the Palestinian cause. However, when it becomes preoccupied with its internal affairs and turns inward, then Egypt’s regional and international roles recede, as do its desire and ability to support the Palestinian cause.

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TAGGED: Palestinians, Egypt, Abdel Fattah Al-Sisi

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