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July 14, 2012 9:45 pm

Hillary Clinton: Netanyahu Should Meet Muslim Brotherhood Leader

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Egypt's President-Elect Mohamed Morsi. Photo: Wikimedia Commons.

YNet – Us Secretary of State Hillary Clinton is calling on Egyptian President Mohammed Morsi and Israel’s Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu to meet but stressed she herself will not initiate such a meeting.

In a meeting with Egyptian Foreign Minister Mohamed Amr, Clinton said that the US is not making efforts to arrange such a meeting as it was not appropriate for it to get involved but noted that Washington will support the Middle East peace process.

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  • kevobx

    The world has rejected the grace of God for the pride of life! Grace is from God, and people are always asking God for favours, why? The world has removed the word grace, from the old testament, and replace it with favour. Joseph, found favour and the grace of God, but his wife virgin Mary was highly favored with no grace of God. A double minded man is proud and humbled at the dam same time, seeking favours.

  • Correction…

    Muhammad Badie is the head of the Muslim Brotherhood in Egypt. Mohammed Morsi is the newly elected President and is obviously a prominent member of the MB. Secretary of State Clinton’s proposal is sound. Egypt’s Grand Mufti Ali Gomaa actually visited the Temple Mount/Noble Sanctuary on April 19th this year. So there are some lines of communication open between the leaders in the Holy Land and the Land of the Pharoahs.

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