The Obama management is openly behind the anti-government demonstrations shaking the Arab Middle East, a posture that is far less tempered than the one the president has taken during past disturbances in the region.
As demonstration in Tunis, Cairo and Beirut have unfolded in current days, President Obama and his senior representatives to the province have thrown U.S. carry clearly in the rear the protesters, speaking daily in errand of free language and get-together even when the protests target longtime U.S. allies such as Egypt.
Escritoire of State Hillary Rodham Clinton said Wednesday that "the Egyptian government has an important chance . . . to take action to the lawful needs and interests of the Egyptian people." She urged "the Egyptian organization not to stop passive protests or block communications, as well as on social media sites."
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