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The "Arab Spring" is quickly turning into an Islamist Winter

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Submitted by Chaim (United States), Jan 28, 2012 at 23:21

Your post is dated January 24th 2012, I wonder whether or not you have heard of the US talking about withdrawing subsidies to the military in response to Ray LaHood's son being barred from leaving Egypt?

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Given the scope of the Egyptian economic problem, U.S. aid hardly makes a difference.

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