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Message Subject WORLD at WAR, Official 2012 Thread (TO BE CONTINUED) Israel, Iran, Syria, Hezbollah, PA, Egypt, Libya, Pakistan, North Korea, Russia, China, U.S.
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Netanyahu agreed to ceasefire after Obama promised US troops in Sinai next week?

Israel and Palestine are momentarily at a ceasefire, but the potential reasoning behind the recess could have some real international implications. Israelís Debka reports that the pause in fighting comes after the US promised to send troops to Sinai.

According to Debka, US troops will soon be en route to the Sinai peninsula, Egyptian territory in North Africa thatís framed by the Suez Canal on the West and Israel on the East. In its northeast most point, Sinai is but a stoneís throw from Palestinian-controlled Gaza, and according to Debka, Hamas fighters there have been relying on Iranian arms smugglers to supply them with weaponry by way of Egypt.

[link to rt.com]
 Quoting: DarbyDoom

heh, O never lives up to any promises he makes to the Israelis, they are fools for falling for it. Don't know why people in Egypt are rioting aginst Morsi now either...they're the very ones that voted him in. Mubarak is probably looking like an angel to them now.
 Quoting: godzilla85

they didn't all vote for him ... that's like me asking why you all complain about obama so much when you voted him in
 Quoting: Swinburnian

the majority did, the same dopes doing all the rioting and whining are more than likely the same ones that voted him in to begin with is what I'm saying. Don't even get me started on O tounge
 Quoting: godzilla85

He won w/ 51% in the run-off against one of the SCAF generals, many people boycotted the run-off (didn't like either choice)

[link to www.aljazeera.com]

In the initial election, he only received 24% of the vote. That is probably a better gauge of the popular support at the time...

[link to www.aljazeera.com]

There's a g**rdian article w/ actual percentage results of vote....
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