Morsi Courts Merkel while Unrest Continues in Egypt

From Global Voices ยป Egypt Thu Jan 31 2013, 11:06:46

A Photoshopped picture of Egyptian President Mohammed Morsi kissing German Chancellor Angela Merkel went viral, drawing ridicule from netizens, who criticised Morsi for traveling abroad at a time when his country was facing unrest. Online, Egyptians were quick to dismiss the photograph as unreal but were also dismissive of Morsi and his policies.

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