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Fixing Egypt's Economy: No More Military Macaroni

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Submitted by BALARABE ABBA (Nigeria), Jul 31, 2013 at 02:27

Watch out those Egyptians Mr. Pipes whether Islamist or Secular. The people the Westerners and Americans are hailing for bringing down Mursi out of sentiments (for being secular) have started depicting the General as Egypt's new Nasser. Is Nasser not the architect of anti West/America/Israel in the Middle East and North Africa even worse than the Islamist? Watch out and watch your steps there!

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