Saturday, February 05, 2011

Egypt impasse; Muslim Brotherhood now taking open role.

At first they (the Muslim Brotherhood) said they would not 'talk' with the government until Mubarak was gone. That didn't happen, so now they changed their mind and want to 'talk'. These guys can't be trusted at all. But then neither can the U.S. it seems these days. First they support Mubarak, then they tell him he needs to go sooner rather than later. He won't; but then the U.S. appears to be deciding to stick with Mubarak's way of wanting to leave on his schedule. Or so ElBaradei thinks and speaks strongly against the U.S. on this.

Of course, he would do just that -- he was the one that didn't want Bush in Iraq and did all he could to frustrate the investigation with respect to Iran's nuclear power and the associated reports of the IAEA. Take a look at the latest happenings early Sunday morning in Egypt.

Egypt remains at an impasse - Middle East - Al Jazeera English



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