Morsi's new tough tone on Syria raises concerns of a nod to jihadi fighters
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#1 Jun 16, 2013
"...Damascus on Sunday lashed out at Morsi for his speech a day earlier, saying he “joins a choir of conspiracy and incitement led by the United States and Israel against Syria.”
It accused him of endorsing calls by hardline clerics for people to fight in Syria."
"Khalil el-Anani, an Egyptian expert on Islamist groups, called the move “Morsi’s endorsement of jihad in Syria” and warned it was “a strategic mistake that will create a new Afghanistan in the Middle East.”
“He is pushing Egypt into a sectarian war in which we have no interest,” he said...."
"Under Hosni Mubarak’s rule, Egypt’s authorities took a tough line on Egyptians coming home after waging “jihad” in places like Afghanistan, Chechnya or the Balkans, fearing they would bring back extremist ideology, combat experience and a thirst for regime change...."
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