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Wed. 12:46pm: Egypt: Travel ban on Morsi, Brotherhood leader

July 3, 2013

CAIRO (AP) — Airport officials say a travel ban has been issued against the embattled president and the leader of the Muslim Brotherhood....

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Jul-03-13 6:35 PM

Waiting for Obama to speak and react to Egypts situation.....what will he say now?????????? ALJAZEERA NEWS is stating that the us has not responded to Morsi and his ousting.

THIS NSA situation has p.o.d. Our allies in Europe, Germany and France.

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Jul-03-13 5:49 PM

We need to pay close attention to what happened in Egypt the last couple of days. The Egyptian people have ousted and defeated their leader by standing in solidarity to Morsi who started to show signs of dictatorship. The fact that they gave a Muslim Brotherhood leader the label of democratic is quite humorous. The Muslim Brotherhood is extremely radical. Their Spring has just changed to Fall. The Egyptian military backed the millions of citizens protesting against him. Let this be a huge lesson to ALL of us.

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Jul-03-13 5:17 PM

Way to go Obama and Mrs. Clinton.

You nudged out a long time ally of the United States in Hosni Mubarak and you got stuck with this mess?

What do you two have to say for yourselves?

The silence is deafening.

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Jul-03-13 1:40 PM

Soon Americas streets will be like Egypts!

Funny Obama called for the ouster of Mubarek! Now what's his position with Morsi the radical Islamist?

Obamas silence says it all!

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Jul-03-13 1:34 PM

Just another example in a long line of Obama foreign policy disaster!

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