Miller: Egypt’s Situation in 2013 'Very Chaotic and Very Dangerous'
Egyptian President Mohammed Morsi addresses supporters in front of the presidential palace in Cairo on November 23, 2012. Thousands of Morsi’s supporters gathered outside the presidential palace to defend him against accusations from rival protesters who claimed he was acting like a dictator. (AFP/Getty Images)
January 10, 2013
| Security
| Middle East and North Africa
Veteran journalist and terrorism expert Judith Miller sees a difficult road ahead for Egypt in 2013 because of an ailing economy and political turmoil. While she is very concerned about the direction of President Mohammed Morsi's government, Miller does not believe the United States should cut off military aid to Egypt as long as it continues to support the peace treaty with Israel. She also gives credit to Morsi for his efforts to mediate the recent Israel-Hamas war, but believes he acted out of self interest to promote Egyptian security.
Judith Miller is a Pulitzer prize-winning investigative reporter and Newsmax contributing editor. She is also an adjunct fellow with the Manhattan Institute and a Fox News contributor. She is considered one of the top American experts on terrorism. Miller was interviewed for LIGNET this week by journalist Kathleen Walter.
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