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PostSubject: Arab indifference to America 's presidential election   Mon Nov 07, 2016 12:59 am

Arab indifference to America 's presidential election

November 7, 2016 in the media center , reports the comments on Arab indifference to America 's presidential election closed



Despite a meeting with Egyptian President Abdel Fattah al-Sisi candidates US presidency in Manhattan Hotel in New York, on the sidelines of United Nations General Assembly meeting during September, and despite what Egypt plays of prominent regional role in the Middle East issues, but the public interest in Cairo, the results of the American elections do not seem exciting to the attention of the Egyptian street, especially in general and the Arab world.

In Cairo, the capital of the largest Arab country in terms of population, the US elections received with indifference, and lack of interest of candidates either Hillary Clinton or Donald Trump.

This came in a report for "the French news agency," which dealt with the follow-up over the Middle East, the US elections scheduled for next Tuesday, but they believe the impact of the results on the reality of their own people and its future.

The agency monitored the Egyptian citizens in the neighborhoods of Cairo and said that employees in a hairdressing salons Dokki district, which is one of the middle-class neighborhood dominated them stunned when he was asked about the candidate they prefer for the presidency of the United States, two of them admitted that they were not aware of what's going on, and are not interested in this.

The agency quoted one of the workers as saying "enough what happens to us," a reference to the economic crisis in Egypt, with one of them said he did not know very little about the US elections and all that he knows that Trump hostile to Muslims.

And near the zoo in Cairo, three university students said they did not follow the election.

Analysts interpreted the Egyptian indifference to the outcome of the White House race that Barack Obama era in the last eight years, which Trqubtha Arab peoples for a passion, but revolutions unfair not fall behind economically and civil wars and the collapse of what resulted in only focus on domestic issues.

Followers also notes that the Egyptian leadership did not talk about the election, despite the fact that President Sisi praised Trump after a meeting between him and Clinton in New York last September.

The view of many Egyptians that Clinton has been supportive of the Islamic President Mohamed Morsi, who ruled for a year before he was toppled by the army in July 2013 valuable after massive demonstrations against him.

Washington condemned the overthrow of Morsi as undemocratic as Egypt's military aid suspended for several months, which he considered the Egyptian media "conspiracy" American.

The Sisi expressed his opinion on the US presidential candidates, where he told in an interview with US media network, "There is no doubt that Trump is a strong leader."

"It is important for us to be aware that during the election campaign, said a lot of things."

And explains Hind Al Omari, American writer Libyan Arab street indifference, despite the attention of the political leadership of the new President George W said: "I think that the Arab world in an existential crisis, few people believe the potential impact of the next US president on their lives."

The agency monitored the echoes of the US election in a cafe in the Iraqi capital Baghdad, a city that changed much since the US-led invasion in 2003 to topple Saddam Hussein, and is following the presidential race closely.

He accused Haider Hassan, the Republican Party is responsible for the disastrous invasion led by President George W. Bush, however, he said he was "in favor of Trump."

"Despite the suffering of Iraqis from the rule of the Republicans and their invasion, I still think that the Trump tougher in the fight against terrorism and the countries exporting to him."

And snapped, "Mustafa al-Rubaie," the modern party, saying "Democrats are more rational .. US troops withdrew from Iraq under Democratic President Obama."

Although closer to the Arab vision to democratic notch and preference for Hillary Clinton to Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump, this does not negate their exposure to criticism during her State Department in the Obama administration, to support military interventions, and that US foreign policy is under criticism in the Arab street after the chaos of the revolutions in recent years.

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