Monday, November 28, 2011
Egypt's Gas Problems
I've been working on a PolicyMic piece on the Egyptian election for the past couple of days.
So far, the elections have been peaceful, if not rife with campaign law violations.
At the same time, someone blew up a gas pipeline to Israel and Jordan in the Sinai Peninsula.
Meanwhile, the first third of a shipment of 21 tons of tear gas from the U.S. to the Interior Ministry was intercepted by customs officials the Suez Canal. Tear gas has previously been used as recently as last week in Tahrir Square against protesters.
So much for America winning hearts and minds in post-Mubarak Egypt.