3 US students questioned by prosecutor in Cairo
' A teenager who was one of three American college students arrested during massive protests in Cairo is an idealist who got caught up in the pro-democracy movement sweeping Egypt, his mother said Tuesday.
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#2 Nov 23, 2011
The mother is correct. The students were swept up with all the exciting riots and demonstrations. However, American students have no right to get involved in political affairs of host nations. And Egypt has every justification to classify the students as foreign criminals. And we American taxpayers don't care to pay for troublemakers.
#4 Nov 23, 2011
if they were throwing molotov cocktails as reported, they should be jailed. it's no different than if they threw a live grenade as people would still get maimed or killed.
#5 Nov 25, 2011
Really tragic that the American student got into such serious trouble. He'll probaly never be allowed to enter another Arab nation, and his college major is Arabic. So his future options are now limited. No country wants a potential anarchist, and neither does America. He simply will never be trusted.
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