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Mohamed ElBaradei Tapped By Egyptian President Adly Mansour as Prime Minister

World  (tags: Egypt, violence, government, conflict, politics, middle-east, news )

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Egypt's new president moved to assert his authority Saturday by naming a chief rival of ousted leader Mohammed Morsi as interim prime minister and holding crisis talks with security officials on efforts to reclaim control of the streets.

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Mitchell D (87)
Saturday July 6, 2013, 3:59 pm
Fervently hoping for a humane, democratic solution, government, having as little as possible to do with fundamentalist religion; one that cares about people, rather than dogma!

Kit B (276)
Saturday July 6, 2013, 4:02 pm

Another insult to Morsi - too bad. He had the chance to do some thing for the people, he didn't, now he is out. There is a lesson in democracy.

Carol H (229)
Sunday July 7, 2013, 4:28 am
thanks Carrie, noted

. (0)
Sunday July 7, 2013, 12:46 pm
Oh good grief! Not this Elite lapdog. Surely there are others there who would far better fit the bill; fulfill the true promise of a democracy according to the popular vote and will of the Egyptian people.

Angelika R (143)
Sunday July 7, 2013, 12:47 pm
The fight has just begun it looks. The longer this debate lasts about the Muslim Brotherhood wanting to bring Morsi back in the tougher it will be to reinstall order on a new path. Let's hope it wasn't all in vain for the sake of the wellbeing of Egypt.

Marcia Singer (1)
Sunday July 7, 2013, 12:56 pm
I think it is a mistake for people in Western countries to think that one election is suddenly going to change a country to a democracy from what it has been for centuries. There are going to be growing pains and a path of evolution that is not going to be easy or predictable. Best of luck to them.

Birgit W (160)
Sunday July 7, 2013, 1:18 pm
Whom can you trust nowadays? The evil people on this planet seem always to win.

Lois Jordan (63)
Sunday July 7, 2013, 1:32 pm
Noted. Thanks, Carrie. It seems the good people of Egypt want someone to speak for peace rather than war, education and equality rather than religion. I hope they continue to press forward and wish them luck.

Carrie B (306)
Sunday July 7, 2013, 1:53 pm
I'm with you Lois.

Joanne Dixon (38)
Sunday July 7, 2013, 4:18 pm
Just because a leader is democratically elected does not make the leader good or wise. I could come up with a large number of examples, but it would probably cause rioting in the Care2 comments. Also, I can only vote for leaders of my own country, yet leaders of other countries can have a profound effect on my life. Here I will use one example - Stephen Harper. And I will say no more about him.

But it is possible to have a democratically elected tyrant. And whenever and wherever that happens, I for one am not going to like it.

Abdessalam Diab (145)
Monday July 8, 2013, 12:09 pm
In a dramatic move by more that 22 million voters who signed taking back their votes from Morsi and asking him to call for early elections and around 33 millions who rallied against him when he denied people's right to call for early presidential elections and called on his MB supporters to react violently against the opposition,the Egyptian military took the side of the people. You all know the rest of the story. I have always said that if there were a Noble prize for "political stupidity" Morsi will certainly win it without any copetetor> Since November 21 ,2012 he had been given several opportunities to stop his and his group's efforts to change Egypt identity and do something for his people but his feverish efforts,together with MB and supporters, continued.
Now as the new interim president has been sworn in,Morsi extremists supporters are calling for violence to reinstate him against the will of Millions of peaceful Egyptians. If he had accepted the people's call for early elections.he could run for presidency again but he was sure he would fail.

As for El-Baradiei ,No one can deny his roll in the revolution against Mubarak.During a meeting on July 3,2013 there has been apparently an agreement between politicians including representatives of El-Nour ( Islamic ) party that the interim Prime Minister should't belong to any existing political party. As Baradie is the founder and leader of Al-dostour party, Alnour party didn't approve his nomination for this post. Now El-Baradei is nominated " Vice President ".


Audrey B (0)
Wednesday July 10, 2013, 1:51 pm
Odd Guest Makes Appearance At White House 4th Of July Party

Abdul Rahman Ali Alharbi, the much-discussed Saudi national once identified as a "person of interest" in the Boston Marathon bombings, at the White House for a 4th of July celebration for military heroes and their families? Apparent pictures posted on the Internet and a Saudi news outlet propose it's true. Obama had some nerve inviting these men to our White House and especially w/ our American Heroes and their families.

This is a real kick in the head towards Americans. Anyone who is or who was a person of Interest, should never step on WH grounds. There are pictures of them and the Obama's on the WH front lawn.
So why would the Alharbi family have been at the White House for our Independence Day? EVERYONE was clearly dressed in Red, White & Blue, but Arabic men were the only ones in Black & Obama's in a peach color shirt and her in white. One of the men is Osama bin-Laden’s youngest son, Hamza, so do you really think Osama Bin Laden is dead?

According to some Arabic-language media, they were invited. Why did they receive an invitation?
Alharbi wouldn’t be the first time Saudi outlets are reporting he has been close to the First Lady

According to reports in April, the First Lady visited the young Abdul Rahm Alharbi Saudi in the hospital — and alleged pictures surfaced days later.
Does anyone else find this wrong? I find it very disturbing that the Obama's are entertaining questionable enemies of the United States at the White House. Plus all the Muslim employees he has hired since being in office. I think we all need to be very frightened on all of this. Secondly why is Congress not questioning all of this? They represent us and look out for our safety. I don't think they are doing their job.

A law enforcement official with direct knowledge of the investigation into the Boston Marathon Bombing has confirmed to that the person in the photo is Alharbi.

And now you know why Obama bowed so deep to the Saudi King. He bowed to his master. Pretty soon the black flag for jihad will soon be flying over the Whitehouse instead of the Stars and Stripes.

This guy is continually shoving it in our faces — he knows there’s not a damn person in the government with the balls to do anything about all his anti-American antics, his irresponsible spending and his bypassing Congress to pass laws via his own agenda.
Perhaps it’s time for America to Walk Like an Egyptian.
What are they really doing there? Casing the joint? Picking out where they want their offices?

What an insult to the military families! They earned the right to be there! This Saudi national did not as an American I feel the Obama's are insulting Americans, and smashing us in the face with not only this, but all their lavish vacations. I just don't understand what our Congess is doing, they sure are not representing us, that is clear. You can look up everything I have said, I think 1/2 of you would agree with me, the other 1/2 won't no matter what proof is out there.
Obama's is the biggest hoax on America.


Abdessalam Diab (145)
Wednesday July 10, 2013, 3:42 pm
Audrey B.

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