(AP) — Egypt's arrest of a U.S.-born Israeli on suspicion of spying for
the Mossad is providing fodder for the Arab nation's military rulers to
accuse outsiders of stirring post-revolutionary turmoil.
accusations against an American law student harken back to an era, not
that long ago, when Egyptian leaders justified repression by claiming
the country was under constant siege by foreign conspirators.
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