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Egypt’s de facto ruler, Field Marshal Abdel Fattah al-Sisi, has said he will run for president, according to Kuwait’s Al-Seyassah newspaper.
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i believe things will be changing quickly in he middle east , the US has showed extreme failure in the region after almost 40 years ,, is it time for them to be replaced ? the so called Arab Spring is now wearing its military suite again, and heading east ..
I hope he has the approval from Clinton!!
well, the new system in the world will cheer on military coups ... congratulation!
Fattah al-Sisi a key personality who saved Egypt. Oh, he's got the votes already to win a president.
Do you control the news now?
Are the media under guard to report only certain things now?
obama wants his beloved muslim brotherhood back in power. he wants someone that he can control and he can't control Sisi. Sisi does know how to handle the brotherhood however and obama's brother will be one of the first to bite the dust.
Puppet from the US....?
History repeats itself dead to Mubarak... long live Fattah al-Sisi.
Th e puppet masters have a new 'president' for the next 30 years.
I bet he 'wins' too....
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