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August 9, 2013 8:46 am

Anti-US Hostility on Rise in Egypt; US Envoy Called ‘Ambassador of Death,’ Obama Decried for ‘Support for Terrorism’

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Cairo's Tahrir Square in November, 2012. Photo: Wikipedia.

Wall Street Journal – A headline in a major Egyptian state newspaper this week referred to the proposed U.S. envoy to Egypt as the “Ambassador of Death.” Posters in Cairo’s Tahrir Square, a center of pro-government rallies, depict President Barack Obama with a beard and turban, exclaiming his “support for terrorism.” Another large Egyptian newspaper alleged Sen. John McCain, who traveled to Cairo this week in an effort to break a deadlock between the government and its Islamist rivals, has chosen sides by employing Muslim Brotherhood staffers in his office.

Egypt’s state and privately owned media outlets, already no strangers to demonizing the U.S., have embarked on a particularly critical campaign. The latest salvos have targeted Robert Ford, the likely nominee for American ambassador to a country that is pivotal to U.S. foreign policy.

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  • steve kollander

    Simple answer. Cut off all funding to Egypt and other enemies of the United States. Then lets see the “love” pour from their lips.