'Morsy's move may yield serious changes'

'Morsy's move may yield serious changes'

Suez : Egypt | Aug 13, 2012 at 9:18 PM PDT
Source: Jerusalem Post
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Elie Podeh, of the Islamic and Middle Eastern Studies department at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem, said that while Morsy's move to replace defense minister Field Marshal Mohamed Hussein Tantawi and army chief of staff Lt.-Gen. Sami Enan was significant, the changes he has made with regard to... FULL ARTICLE AT Jerusalem Post
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