June 7th, 2012
10:46 PM ET

Israeli Vice P.M. on Egypt election: "Prepare for the worse"

Next weekend's Egyptian election pits a Mubarak loyalist against a popular member of the Muslim brotherhood.

A video that just surfaced on youtube shows a senior cleric energizing a Muslim brotherhood rally with anti-Israeli chants. He's introducing the muslim brotherhood candidate who could win the presidency next week -  Mohammed Mursi, who is with him on stage.

Outfront: Israeli Vice Prime Minister, Silvan Shalom.

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  1. Jake

    Erin, if the USA opposes Israel building in the occupied territories then how come the USA is paying for it are text dollars are going to Israel in part for building properties in the occupied land. Also when the when Israel is saying that after a peace treaty is signed then they evacuate the properties.... It's not for them to take in the first place.

    June 8, 2012 at 11:26 am | Reply
  2. Amir

    It's possible............ what about u Erin B? We can allready egyt pretty much what we want from the place. Al lot of people all ready are asking for a change. THe world is consolidating.... and recenr events are not helping.

    June 7, 2012 at 11:42 pm | Reply

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