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Tag Archive for "Egypt"

CNN Anchor Asks If “A Little” Anti-Semitism Anti-Americanism Is OK

On the same day that the San Francisco City Attorney called using accurate quotes from muslim extremists “Islamaphobic” (CBS), CNN anchor Erin Burnett asked former First Lady Laura Bush if we have to  “accept” anti-Semitism and anti-Americanism “when we want to make change” in the Middle East?”  Please check the tags, this is NOT satire,…
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Can Obama’s “Hunker Down And Hide” Strategy Work For Another Four Years?

  Playing out before the entire country is a pattern repeated from four years ago.  President Obama and the Democrats use an electoral win to try to steamroll through a single project within weeks of taking office and then . . . hunker down and hide.  Four years ago a Democrat dominated House and Senate…
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Egyptians Storm The Castle

Photo credit: GIANLUIGI GUERCIA/AFP/Getty Images   President Morsi fled the presidential palace today just ahead of a mob of protesters. What makes this action unique for Egypt is that the army did not fire on the unarmed protesters. Under Mubarak, it is likely that the response would have been deadly. However, that does not mean…
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A Return To The Pharaohs?

  Last Thursday, while Americans gave thanks and stuffed themselves with turkey, Egypt’s new president, Mohammed Morsi declared that the office of president was free from any judicial oversight. Essentially, Morsi said that he was no longer beholden to any other branch of government for any actions he chooses to take. Almost immediately, protests erupted…
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Obama Administration’s Failure To Understand Middle East Cultural Differences Crippling Relations

Pictures of thousands of angry Islamic protestors flocking to the streets screaming “death to America,” or “death for the infidels” or worst of all, a 5-year-old girl holding a sign saying “behead all those who insult the prophet” (story) have flooded the internet and all of the new channels angering and frustrating the American people….
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Who Exactly are the Allies of the U.S.?

Who exactly are the allies of the US? Apparently, the President of the United States is not sure. Responding to the situation in Egypt, Obama said “I don’t think that we would consider them an ally, but we don’t consider them an enemy…” Really? You don’t know? Congress designated Egypt as a Major Non-NATO Ally…
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Responding to International Bullies

(Photo courtesy of NY Times)   Yesterday, on the eleventh anniversary of the terror attacks on September 11, radicals attacked the U.S. Embassy in Cairo , scaling the walls, tearing down the flag and replacing it with their own flag; radicals also attacked the U.S. consulate in Benghazi, Libya, killing four people, including the U.S….
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