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Wednesday, February 16, 2011

US clueless about Egypt? - Israel News, Ynetnews

US clueless about Egypt? - Israel News, Ynetnews

Senate hearing turns into farce as American ignorance on Egypt situation revealed; 

specific agenda of Muslim Brotherhood unclear, top official says, has trouble responding to 

question on group’s attitude to peace with Israel

Op-Ed: How the Mideast was lost
by Roee Nahmias
Events in Egypt, Tunisia and Yemen a blow to Western world, pro-American camp
http://www.ynetnews.com/articles/0,7340,L-4024294,00.html 

15 comments:

  1. Israel is just pissed because they are losing control.

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  2. We all know how the US is. They aren't ignorant, they just couldn't care less.

    Since I'm too lazy to pick up a newspaper, this blog is useful to me! Followed.

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  3. Thanks for the link man. I thought this crap was over but I guess not -____-

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  4. Good info. Following. Don't disappoint! ;)

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  5. That's pretty funny, seems the US are way too careless.

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  6. This shit has been going on for years, and only now is it reported in the media constantly

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  7. I hope this stuff ends soon, it's getting kinda crazy now.

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  8. EVERY government is clueless about nearly everything. The more layers of people between the leader and the populace, the more removed from reality their picture of it is; all world leaders are effectively schizophrenic. It's the SNAFU principle: http://explorations.chasrmartin.com/2008/01/29/the-snafu-principle/

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  9. I wonder if they'll care (or "care") about the current situation in Bahrain like they mascaraded when Egypt was going down

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  10. If only everybody would just lay down their weapons and pick up a bar of chocolate...

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  11. As if it's any surprise that the US doesn't know...

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  12. Israel make themselves out as the victim, but when those leaked cables came out it turned out that wasn't the case in their negotiations with Palestine. I wouldn't trust em.

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  13. It's always difficult to know the full story when you're thousands of miles away.

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