Scott Horton Interviews Adam Morrow

Scott Horton, August 22, 2011

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Adam Morrow, journalist with IPS News, discusses his article “Sinai Simmers in Security Vacuum;” how the killing of Egyptian border guards has further soured relations with Israel; why the Rafah crossing might close again, trapping residents of Gaza and enabling another “Cast Lead” type operation; why the 2004-06 Sinai resort bombings blamed on Islamic groups could have been false-flag attacks; and Egypt’s increasing displeasure with the Camp David Accords, which prevents troop deployments even while Israel conducts military operations inside Egypt’s borders.

MP3 here. (21:35)

Adam Morrow writes for Inter Press Service News Agency.

3 Responses to “Adam Morrow”

  1. My guess would be that the only militants are Israeli. They are firing on their own citizens as an excuse for retaliation. That kind of behavior is SOP for Israel.

  2. Israel has never paid a price for its misbehavior, including bombing U.S. navy. They won't pay a price for this either.

  3. For how long are we going to keep pretending that Egypt had a revolution, just because the mayor of Cairo was put on an early pension. Why dont we just refer to it for what it was a retirement of a figure head. Is a puppet president really necessary when you have puppet generals? It doesnt seem to have helped in Pakistan

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