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Submitted by Peter Hall (Australia), Aug 15, 2012 at 04:47

Firstly, Egypt of today is hardly a continuation of the Egyptian society that made the Pyramids. As the influence of Islam has increased in Egypt, so the country has declined.

The US and Nato seem to somehow have you very upset, but the mess in the Middle East and North Africa is mainly self inflicted, and I am sick of people blaming outsiders for the mess Muslims make for themselves.

You seem to first blame the UN, then ask why they do nothing? ...

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