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So all honest complaining -- Expressing what I thought was empathy.
For a woman who I think is brilliant.
Whether one agrees for the political or not is irrelevant by Hillary Clinton.
-- -- -- received the hands of the egyptians are world -- off about.
What what do they are angry about.
-- look it's not really about Secretary Clinton as a person as you set it's about deployment -- emotional.
-- they did too but the origin and I mean they didn't have any grievances against her.
It's about the policy of the Obama administration that if she represents of course.
Which of the following in the beginning of the revolt in Egypt two years ago it was youth -- what second -- people with middle class.
It was people who you know Facebook.
And then slowed and gradually administration according to these elements of Egyptian society shifted and allied itself with the most development.
And now there's a Muslim by the president probably there'd be a speaker of parliament.
And what those egyptians are saying is that the Muslim Brotherhood I'm not a secular movement -- are fundamentalist and soon enough -- start implementing their.
Own legislation and as is nations which will lead to.
Segregation of woman for example and that's why they were concerned that the United States is would -- would the wrong.
Partner instead of being with secular egyptians it was shifting to become a fundamental -- egyptians that was a quarter of their.
You know claim against -- concerned.
-- -- -- The Obama administration embraced the Muslim Brotherhood -- Well of course that they did I mean this is not a secret.
Even even before even before the market the uprising in Egypt there were dialogue with the most -- the and now.
There's a full recognition and we got to send a -- eight.
And -- foreign -- may go to most of brotherhood.
Establishment of Madras has a fundamentalist Madras.
One of the first items cigars in the -- Egyptian president.
That's -- is so blind -- Yeah mastermind of the nine to the united three world.
Traders -- -- dread -- arm bombings were a couple of what was that is exactly what the some of the protesters on some of the critics and Asia are -- as saying you are you American us was supporting.
If president and the government which basically is going to want to pressure us to free -- terrorists not just himself but others number -- Imus.
The Egyptian no government -- some -- Is going to put a lot of pressure on the Israelis to let go of Camp David agreement.
The peace agreement so we see that the new direction on this government is going to be more -- Islamic fundamentalists rather than a secular government.
A -- good news for a total -- None at all the Israelis are very nervous they know that Hamas leader for example was received as a hero.
By the Muslim Brotherhood in Egypt and by there.
Companions then that I -- Islamic body in -- so things are going towards more radicalization and North Africa and towards towards Israel.
The Middle East.
Has been a -- As long as I can remember.
-- drawn back to way be even before -- remembering just nervous of course shooter yet.
The -- back and forth rose.
But I made an than peace in the room in those are just Dodd are never -- solution do.
Look they could have been a solution for example on the early ninety's if you remember that was the Camp David agreements.
Some Palestinian ineffective and -- thought -- was nonsense we're going and well yes I mean we we -- always some credibility to anything that could give us hope.
And there was some hope -- that Hamas.
The fundamentalist radical organization funded by Iran.
Backed by Hezbollah.
And by the Syrian regime now.
-- launch their suicide bombers and those suicide bombers actually kill the peace process so.
They are -- bodies in the Middle East one that wants peace and wants democracies on civil society.
With -- Israel as well and those who are funded by the Iranian regime by the Muslim Brotherhood so yes that sets a very long difficult story in the Middle East.
Doctor in -- doctor -- Ferris -- services as an advisor to that I terrorism caucus.
-- -- -- house representatives long all the things that.
And does well aware works the same -- There is or give money to the -- in various countries slots over the country -- -- -- -- -- the monitor editors from -- on -- And a countries -- give the money true.
Reflector helper neurologist.
They had cuter hundreds -- a residential -- justice -- it's.
-- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- Look I see some -- but we're not funding that like that's the problem -- we fund in the regimes who basically do not doing much so.
Change of public opinion that from being extremist anti peace process for the opposite and we saw that for example in Egypt and Tunisia and elsewhere.
Or are we how we are now partnering with the Muslim Brotherhood and other strategic mistake what we need to do.
-- to find the actual civil society partners gonna give you an example the green movement in Iran.
One point five million people who demonstrated and Enron these are our partners cedars revolution in Lebanon minorities -- women.
-- -- the majority and -- at least we should be directing our efforts to them.
Not to the most about the -- -- -- -- dictators and for those regimes.
-- for help on -- -- us so Buffett Angelina -- -- -- more -- now we're just -- is better directions and Olivia who got elected there.
Well that must -- could be good read good good -- there Imus one lot slice of those elected the world secular Osama liberal liberal in the Middle East means non fundamentalist.
But still the militias on the ground Islamist militias on the ground those who actually we help from the -- against the Qaddafi.
So we're gonna see if those ministers were let go.
Of their power on the ground when that the new parliament take over -- head of last few weeks from now.
I'm Senator John McCain and scream and our ought to get involved and senator and help his -- Civil war just in which Colin.
And the Obama administration I don't know what their positions -- on a -- debate.
So my question -- -- doctor rule while in terms.
Of what do you think we should.
Are these serious situation -- is terrible massacres -- millions for the last year and a half.
We are -- that's the problem with our interventions in the -- east the administration.
Has been very late in engaging mouth will be very difficult for any sitting president including this administration.
To engage in Syria the way we did in Libya.
They don't to put troops on the ground of course going to be impossible.
In addition to the fact that we haven't had a very.
Strategic policy and Syria.
The Syrian regime is backed by Iran by the Iranian regime by Hezbollah in Lebanon by pro Iranian Iraqi born additions.
And so if we don't have a policy with regard to Iran.
Within about changing the regime in Iran we won't have a policy in Syria so good old boy is -- in Washington.
For us to have a new direction and foreign policy this one is not gonna solve the issue in and -- Sold -- -- you pick version -- develop a uniform Paulson told them.
Absolutely we need to -- no direction and foreign -- there's no doubt about about.
-- -- -- -- -- -- -- What I'm traveling to various countries including the Madrid in France and going -- California a third country and getting.
And basically watching the elections that's a very important thing.
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