Egypt minister says relations with US...

Egypt minister says relations with US unsettled

There are 6 comments on the Bellingham Herald story from Sep 25, 2013, titled Egypt minister says relations with US unsettled. In it, Bellingham Herald reports that:

The U.S. was a close ally of Hosni Mubarak, Egypt's longtime authoritarian ruler who was ousted in an uprising in early 2011.

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“M.A....Rise”

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#2 Sep 26, 2013
illegal minister is speaking

His gov will be kicked off soon
IL Principe

Hørning, Denmark

#3 Sep 26, 2013
Egyptian_lad wrote:
illegal minister is speaking
His gov will be kicked off soon
Said the sad egyptian nobody...
Desi Human at Earth

Fontana, CA

#4 Sep 26, 2013
We are of the belief that the Arab Egyptian Muslim Human people built the Pyramids at Egypt. We also understand that Humans from around the world came and saw the pyramids, including Black, White, Oriental, Desi, Arab, Mestizo, Prado, Balaka, Eurasians.

Many of the Pyramids are 5 stars, some are 4 stars.
Desi Human at Earth

Fontana, CA

#5 Sep 26, 2013
Every human is at war with Nature over fair share.

The bigger it is the more against it.

America, Russia, India, China, Nigeria, Pakistan, Mexico, Japan, Italy, Columbia, Egypt know the truth.

There are 200 nations.
Aischa

Alexandria, Egypt

#6 Sep 29, 2013
For the majority of Egyptians, we do not understand why people want back a President who was not living up to his promises. In all truthfulness, Morsi did nothing to address the problems we faced under Mubarak, it was the same system, just a different name on the door.

We, the Egyptian people, want a new system that is fair, that all our rights are protected, not just if our opinions happen to coincide with the current Presidents opinion. We want the rights of Christians respected, the rights of women to be adhered to. We want to live in peace with each other.

In a land of 80 million, it is only a very few that support the return of Morsi, or the return of military rule. We want true democratic lawful civilian rule and we refuse to allow it to be hijacked by either Islamist or Military.
IL Principe

Hørning, Denmark

#7 Sep 29, 2013
Aischa wrote:
For the majority of Egyptians, we do not understand why people want back a President who was not living up to his promises. In all truthfulness, Morsi did nothing to address the problems we faced under Mubarak, it was the same system, just a different name on the door.
We, the Egyptian people, want a new system that is fair, that all our rights are protected, not just if our opinions happen to coincide with the current Presidents opinion. We want the rights of Christians respected, the rights of women to be adhered to. We want to live in peace with each other.
In a land of 80 million, it is only a very few that support the return of Morsi, or the return of military rule. We want true democratic lawful civilian rule and we refuse to allow it to be hijacked by either Islamist or Military.
Amen. I hope that will happen one day.

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