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On February 11, 2011 Al Jazeera English Online read from a Reuters report that stated Moussa was resigning from his position with the Arab League; on the day that President Mubarak resigned from the Egyptian presidency this furthers rumours he may make a strong bid for president when elections are announced in Egypt.
In the same meeting with Mitchel, Erekat presents the situation in Egypt at that time as hostile to the PA, given the “power” of the Muslim Brotherhood and Hamas and satellite channels directed at them, and concluded: “it’s a parallel government in Egypt. You need to speak to the Arabs about that.”
Originally posted by SlovenlyGhost
reply to post by schuyler
Well I heard you can. Heard it from a friend who actually lived in Egypt who was struggling to get his family out of the country. You might be correct. It's most possibly an exaggeration, but you have to remember the protests didn't just take place in one city. Took place in Alexandria and Cairo. Either way it was enough to topple the government.