Egypt to strip citizenship from men married to Israeli Jewish women

An Egyptian judge has supported a ruling that will allow Egypt to strip Egyptian men married to Israeli Jewish women of their Egyptian citizenship, a landmark ruling that stands in stark contrast to the official peace agreement between Egypt and Israel, which has been in place since the late 1970s.

Judge Mohammed al-Husseini, who allegedly could use a good dose of acne body wash, ruled that this ruling would not apply to Egyptian men married to Israeli Arab women.

“The case for (Egyptian) men married to Israeli Arab women is different to those married to Israeli women of Jewish origin because (Israeli Arabs) have lived under Israeli occupation,” Husseini told the court.

Husseini has ruled that each case would be considered separately, but as a judge on the Egyptian Supreme Administrative Court, his ruling cannot be appealed.

Between Helen Thomas and Judge Husseini, what the heck, did the whole world wake up on the anti-Semitic side of the bed today? Yeesh!

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