An open letter to Egypt's next president
Egyptian government must work to create jobs and build roads, not fight Israel.
By DANIEL SUHAREANU, AVI NAVE
May 24, 2012 11:27
3 minute read.
Muslim Brotherhood presidential candidate Mohamed Mursi 370.
(photo credit: REUTERS/Mohamed Abd El Ghany)
Mr. President,Undeniably, you have a momentous undertaking ahead of you. Your economy is on the verge of collapse. Millions of your citizens are jobless, lack security, and devoid of any sense of hope for the future. Egypt’s Coptic Christian community continues to wither away at the hands religious extremists. Moreover, after three decades of peace, the historic treaty between our two nations is under threat, shaking the very foundation of stability in our region.
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