the Pulse of the Middle East ? kjenson ? By: Semih Idiz for Al-Monitor Turkey Pulse Posted on August 16. Although Egyptians are bearing the brunt of the latest bloody events in Egypt, Turkey appears to be the only country reacting to these events as if it were all happening within its own
ANKARA, Turkey ? Turkey’s leaders kept up their criticism of Egypt on Friday, calling the violence there a “shame for Islam and the Arab World,” a day after the two countries recalled their ambassadors following the crackdown on supporters of Mohammed Morsi, the ousted Egyptian president.
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