The chameleon is finally showing his true colors.
Since taking office in June,
"He speaks of moderation for the West,"
He sent his prime minister to
Morsi also withdrew
All of that is so typical for Muslim fundamentalists. Neither Morsi nor any other Egyptian official offered even glancing acknowledgment of the rocket volleys
"Shooting into the most important city is like shooting rockets into
Morsi's hypocrisy here is of the sort that has been on full display ever since
"From our ideological point of view, it is not allowed to recognize that
Obdurate, unredeemable, the leaders of
For one thing, he's on record disparaging
The treaty, he added, "talked about a just and comprehensive peace, and the establishment of an independent Palestinian state. Where is that peace, and where is that state?" (That stated concern is fair, but until recently the Palestinians shared at least equal blame.)
Right now, some other Muslim Brotherhood leaders are openly calling for cancellation of the treaty with
Unlike during the Mubarak days, Egyptian police stood by and watched while, in
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