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Clashes erupt in Egypt despite proposal to end crisis
Roi Kais, agencies
Published: 05.12.12, 23:23
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1. Hypocrisy
Isaac ,   USA   (12.06.12)
We should make a deal with the Muslims and the rest of the Arab world. The moment they can make peace and have trust of each other in their own countries, then they can demand that Israel does the same with the Palestinians
2. Morsi = Mubarak...hehehehehehehe!!!!!!!!
Chris Rettenmoser ,   Bayerisch Gmain Germ   (12.06.12)
Iranian Jew ,   LA   (12.06.12)
civil war soon. The only way for MB to stay in power is to kill all Mubarak supportes and cronies just like the monkey in Tehran did with his buddies in Iran. I hope not, but this may actually happen.
4. An oracle concerning Egypt
thejoker ,   sydney australia   (12.06.12)
An oracle concerning Egypt: See, the LORD rides on a swift cloud and is coming to Egypt. The idols of Egypt tremble before him, and the hearts of the Egyptians melt within them I will stir up Egyptian against Egyptian--brother will fight against brother, neighbor against neighbor, city against city, kingdom against kingdom The Egyptians will lose heart, and I will bring their plans to nothing; they will consult the idols and the spirits of the dead, the mediums and the spiritists I will hand the Egyptians over to the power of a cruel master, and a fierce king will rule over them," declares the Lord, the LORD Almighty -Isaiah
5. egypt soon to bankrupt, another muslum failure
Bunnie Meyer ,   Los Angeles, CA USA   (12.06.12)
6. yet EU, UN still has bother about Israel's building freeze ?
mary_of_bethanys ,   singapore   (12.06.12)
when the whole arabs world , has not cease to turn a day more peaceful and promising, since the Day One of Arab Spring, when neighboring Syria and Egypt still has arabs killing arabs, the world still think the Jews are the root of the world's woe and evil......... EU is so deserving Euro dropping!
7. Peacefull protestors attacked and Obama is silent?
Miron ,   USA   (12.06.12)
8. shot the opponents morsi, shot them!
arik   (12.06.12)
9. For a better future
Wolf ,   Munich, Germany   (12.06.12)
The spirit of Egypt is in confusion. They are fighting each other and this has been predicted in the book Jesaja. It can be found there, too the developments in Syria, Lebanon, Iran (called Assur) and Israel. When everything from the past has come true, the new time will begin. There will be a radical turn in human destiny to Schalom or Salam. The Lord has promised that long ago, now he makes it true. The future will be better than the past and the present.
10. What a disappointment for me !
Istvan ,   BUDAPEST HUNGARY   (12.06.12)
I thought after Morsi's election all 83 million egyiptians will swim in happiness. The Nile will be milk and honey instead water, what was in the Mubarak regime.
11. It never made the headline but it should have
meir elazar   (12.06.12)
I am sitting in Rambam Hospital now waiting for my mother to return from surgery for implanting a pacemaker. Next to me is an Arab family also receiving care for a loved one. As they poured Turkish or Arab coffee into small cups, they also offered and gave me a cup of their excellent coffee. We spoke in Arabic, Hebrew, and English and wished each's families well. Throughout the hospital you see Jews and Arabs working side by side and as patients too. If the other Palestinians would see what "true peace" is like, how they could enter the 21st century, and how they could enjoy a much higher living standard and quality of life. Look at all of the Arab countries experiencing strife, struggle, internal conflict, war, etc. They say that the worst peace is better than the best war. I would suggest that Arab leaders look at the situation in Haifa, Akko, Nazareth, etc. and see what they would enjoy instead of insisting on our destruction. They will never succeed through terror.
12. Thanks to Obama; Another Civil War
Tarbouche ,   Asan   (12.06.12)
is brewing, generated by pathetic interference
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