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Intricacies of Egypt's Coup d'Etat

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Submitted by Nenette Grunberg (United States), Jul 5, 2013 at 16:19

Egypt's turmoil does not look over. Surprises are still in the making.I have my forever dream that could very well turn into a nightmare . Quietness somehow existed on this side of Israel's border from Mubarrak on ; of course Jihadists were then not involved but now they are .

I read a few days ago a comment made by one of the Kuwaiti leaders that surprised me very much. This is what he said. : Kuwait feels safe with Israel and the sharia law does not discriminate against Israel and Allah is in favor of good relations with Israel.

Perhaps this will suddenly catch on to the Middle Eastern citizens and everybody will be living Happily there but not in the rest of our world that is full of demons.

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