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Submitted by dhimmi no more (United States), Mar 1, 2015 at 16:12

Dr Pipes

Very interesting. I'm sure you must be aware that Mohamed el-Ibiary also lives in Dallas and it makes me wonder that may be at last DHS and the FBI are getting smart and are not allowing the likes of el-IBiary and Abd el-Hafiz to have access to highly classified material and this very well explains the sudden dimissal of el-Ibiary

I also notice that Abd el-Hafiz will be retiring this year and may be he can open a Koshari eatery in Cairo and take Mohamed al-Ibiary with him and good riddance

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