Archive | July 6, 2013

Sondus Chalabi in the Middle East, Sondos Asem in the U.S.

April 2012 Flashback: Jay Carney says Egypt will be Judged by ‘how they act’

Last year, the Obama administration openly welcomed the Muslim Brotherhood into the White House. When asked about the visit during the daily White House press briefing, White House press secretary Jay Carney had some interesting comments in defense of welcoming the delegation. Via CNS News: “It’s a fact that Egypt’s political landscape has changed, the […]

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Egyptian Police arrest Brotherhood’s first candidate for President before Mursi

The Egyptian police are showing no signs of easing up. The man widely expected to be the Muslim Brotherhood’s candidate for president last year along with the would-be Salafist champion of last year’s election, were both arrested recently. Via Al Arabiya: Egyptian police arrested on Friday the deputy head of the Muslim Brotherhood, Khairat al-Shater, […]

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Video: Egyptian Military confiscates camera of CNN Propagandist

While reporting from Tahrir Square, CNN correspondent propagandist tool Ben Wedeman had his camera confiscated by Egyptian military officials. See if you can sniff out the apoplexy from the female anchor back at the CNN desk. h/t The Blaze As for Wedeman, Egypt is on the brink of civil war and the military’s top concern […]

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Huma Abedin / John Kerry ignore deadline to respond to Senator’s letter

On June 13th, Senator Chuck Grassley (R-IA) sent a letter to Secretary of State John Kerry in which a June 27th deadline was given for a response to 18 questions in that letter that pertained to Huma Abedin’s time as a “part-time consultant” and “special government employee” beginning in June of 2012. The deadline has […]

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