Jordan Relieved at Downfall of Egypt Islamists

(AFP-Fox News) Mussa Hattar - Jordan breathed a sigh of relief when Egypt's Muslim Brotherhood president was ousted because of the influence of its own opposition Islamists, analysts say. "Jordan swiftly and clearly welcomed the ouster of Morsi. Just like Saudi Arabia and the United Arab Emirates, Jordan has a problem with the Muslim Brotherhood," said analyst Oraib Rintawi, who heads the Amman-based Al-Quds Center for Political Studies. "There is no doubt that decision-makers in Jordan and the regime are relieved now."

2013-07-23 00:00:00

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