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Mubarak's theft of Egytian cash

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Submitted by Kim Bruce (Canada), Feb 5, 2011 at 23:19

It is my hope that Egytians can rescue at least the majority of the 70 Billion dollars that Mubarak has stolen from the people of Egypt.

The man has been a hopeless dictator and ruthless ruler. He deserves to go.

I am with you, Dr. Pipes, that the Egyptian military will manage to prevent a takeover by the Muslim Brotherhood at least I hope that be so. If not, the entire Middle East could be in a very unstable predicament indeed. I am sure Israel is holding its breath to see the outcome and I feel angst for Israel right now.

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