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More disasters in regard to the "Struggle for democracy in Egypt" conference at Georgetown University

Reader comment on item: Global Ramifications of the Anti-Muslim Brotherhood Campaign in Egypt
in response to reader comment: Georgetown University is inviting an Egyptian Nazi to a forum about Egypt! Not I'm not kidding!

Submitted by dhimmi no more (United States), Nov 21, 2013 at 07:41

Dr. Pipes

I'm sure you know by now that those in charge of the conference at Georgetown University withdrew their invitation to Ramy Jan (also Gan) and he was the only Copt invited to the conference as a representive of the Copts that do not support the coup against Morsi and the reason is he alos happens to be a member of the Egyptian Nazi party!

Now here is the new disaster: The conference had to be postponed until Jan 30 2013 because many of those invited are having problems with getting visas to the US

http://www.eventbrite.com/e/egypt-the-struggle-for-democracy-registration-9349712241

The only explanation must be that these characters have links to terrorism or are terrorists I just cannot think of anything else

Oh Dalia Mogahed? She is still on the list of speakers

Submitting....

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