What Obama should say to Egyptian President Mohamed Morsi

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White House photo by Pete Souza

White House photo by Pete Souza

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(RNS) President Obama and Egyptian President Mohamed Morsi have a lot to talk about, Muslim-Americans say, from Islamophobia and human rights for religious minorities to Islamic extremism and cooperation. By Omar Sacirbey.

  • Ted L Grayson MD

    The first thing that he should say is “I am here to represent the four Americans, including our ambassador, that the Muslim brotherhood killed ,”we in the USA. Consider this an act of war. If such an act is repeated, we will come fullbore after those responsible “. The second thing he should say is “we are not infidels and beginning as of now, you shoot us, we will shoot twice as many of you.”.