Egyptians Sour on U.S. Mideast Policy In Egypt, popular opinion runs strongly against U.S. policy in the Middle East, despite U.S. support for President Hosni Mubarak and major American aid for Egypt. Critics say the Bush administration is too much on the side of Israel in its conflict with the Palestinians. NPR's Mike Shuster reports.
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Egyptians Sour on U.S. Mideast Policy

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Egyptians Sour on U.S. Mideast Policy

Egyptians Sour on U.S. Mideast Policy

Egyptians Sour on U.S. Mideast Policy

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In Egypt, popular opinion runs strongly against U.S. policy in the Middle East, despite U.S. support for President Hosni Mubarak and major American aid for Egypt. Critics say the Bush administration is too much on the side of Israel in its conflict with the Palestinians. NPR's Mike Shuster reports.

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