Israel downplays Muslim Brotherhood presidency run

Israel downplays Muslim Brotherhood presidency run

Cairo : Egypt | Apr 01, 2012 at 5:47 AM PDT
Source: The Daily Star
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Israel's vice prime minister is playing down the Muslim Brotherhood's decision to seek the presidency in neighboring Egypt. Vice Premier Moshe Yaalon says maintaining peace with Israel is in any Egyptian leader's interest, and that Cairo's relationship with Washington is linked to the peace deal.... FULL ARTICLE AT The Daily Star
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Israeli officials are concerned about the rise of the Muslim Brotherhood in Egypt
Israeli officials are concerned about the rise of the Muslim Brotherhood in Egypt
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