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A much more balanced account of the whole situation in South America at the time, than we usually get in the American press.
Exactly who these people were, and their motives, is unclear. Some Egyptians blame the U.S. for the political ascendancy of the Muslim Brotherhood — of all things.
“Jirmy Abu-Masuh, 32, of the Tarbeen tribe, said in an interview that the Americans … won’t be released until his uncle, who is in an Egyptian prison, is released as well. His uncle was taken into custody for refusing to pay 100 dollars in a bribe to police officers at a checkpoint.”