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Submitted by Isaac (United States), Feb 6, 2011 at 10:42

Do we know by reading and or listening to the News Media really what is going on in Egypt? Is Mubarak really the culprit? Is the Muslim Brotherhood a trouble maker user of violence to solve their issues? Which candidate to succeed Hosni Mubarak is for real in regard to the needs of a free Egyptian society and the Egyptian Economy? Can the US be of service to the regions issues or just step back and be a world weakling? So far no one knows the answers or shows the courage to speak up. Obama's diplomatic moves in the Middle East shows weakness and lack of diplomacy.

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