Arrests of American students in Cairo prompt safety questions
After three college students were arrested during an anti-government protest in Cairo's Tahrir Square on Tuesday, U.S. university leaders were again asking: Is it safe to allow students to study in Egypt? The three students, who were studying abroad at American University in Cairo , were arrested on Tuesday and charged with setting off molotov ... (more)
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#1 Nov 22, 2011
"Arrests of American students in Cairo prompt safety questions"
Absolutely! This is a very dangerous situation!
Thank God those Liberal Socialist did not know which end of a match to strike.
They were looking for trouble in a Muslim country,
had no business being in the middle of that mess.
Justice should be swift and certain.
#2 Nov 26, 2011
Setting off a bomb in a strife filled country when you aren't a citizen is pretty effing stupid.
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