In a kingdom where politics is rarely discussed, what happened during Friday prayers on Aug. 23 at al-Ferdous Mosque in Saudi Arabia's capital, Riyadh, spoke volumes about the standing of another Arab country Egypt. During his sermon, the imam leading the prayers began denouncing Egypt's military chief, General Abdul Fattah al-Sisi, and then prayed for his demise. Al-Sisi is a man who is considered depending on how you view Egypt's "coup-volution" either a hero or a villain across the Arab world; he led the military ouster of the democratically elected President Mohamed Morsi and remains the...
Egypt Has Never Been More Important
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