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St. Louis Jewish Light

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St. Louis Jewish Light

Protesters in the aftermath of deadly riots march in Cairo on
Feb. 3 2012. The increasing chaos in Egypt, including the recent
arrest of U.S. democracy activists, has raised questions about how
it factors into U.S. and Israel security considerations in the
region.

Threats to cut Egypt assistance could impact Israel, U.S. influence in Mideast

By Ron Kampeas February 12, 2012

WASHINGTON -- The future of a key pillar of Israeli security could rest with the fate of a few dozen pro-democracy activists in Egypt. After Egyptian authorities filed charges on Feb. 6 against 43 American and other foreign pro-democracy activists who...

Calls grow in Congress to reconsider Egypt aid

JTA February 8, 2012

WASHINGTON -- Calls are growing in Congress to reconsider U.S. aid to Egypt. Rep. Kay Granger (R-Texas), the chairwoman of the foreign operations subcommittee of the U.S. House of Representatives Appropriations Committee, said Tuesday that a recent...

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