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    Re: Founding Fathers Visiting Egypt

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    Re: Founding Fathers Visiting Egypt

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    It's a well-known fact. Look it up. Qur'an 3:45.

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    Re: Founding Fathers Visiting Egypt

    The situation so far is nothing like Iran.
    The situation has so far not primarily been about religion, or anti-americanism.

    As long as they play ball with oil, the Obama administration won't do anything too drastic.

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    Re: Founding Fathers Visiting Egypt

    Quote Originally Posted by Mach View Post
    The situation so far is nothing like Iran.
    The situation has so far not primarily been about religion, or anti-americanism.

    As long as they play ball with oil, the Obama administration won't do anything too drastic.
    Egypt doesn't have much oil...their primary role in the oil trade is merely to keep the Suez Canal open and running. And there's no way that any Egyptian government would close it, because it would devastate their own economy.

    But I agree, the situation does not appear to look anything like Iran. I'm a lot more optimistic that Egyptian democracy will be a good thing for the world, than I was a couple weeks ago.
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