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    • no_future
    • 14.03.10 | 19:33 (IST)

    barely outlive his father. Since the current Egyptian government is so far out of sync with the population, there will be a massive power struggle and in the end, a very anti-Israel government will eventually be formed. There are lots of people just waiting for Hosni Mubarak to die so they can take over the government and virtually none of them view Israel as a friend. Israel's future is getting dimmer by the day.

    from the article: Mubarak, Egypt regime change and Israel
    First published 14:10 14.03.10 | Last updated 15:35 14.03.10
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