Middle East: The Incurable Arsonist

Bonfires of hate burned menacingly across the Middle East last week, and the man with the matches was that incurable arsonist, Egypt's Gamal Abdel Nasser. In Aden, grenade-tossing pro-Nasser terrorists roamed virtually out of control through the British colony's streets. To the north in Yemen, a regime that owes its authority to an Egyptian occupation army, acting on Nasser's counsel, all but dared the U.S. to break off relations with it.* Even as far away as Kenya, Nasser's fine hand was evident as the Kenyan army discovered Egyptian land mines planted in dusty roads. Yet Nasser had his own...

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