Experts: U.S. Will Not Sever Military Aid to Egypt

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 Several American foreign policy experts have told The Arab American News that the Obama Administration will not stop military aid to Egypt, after the army's ouster of elected President Mohamed Morsi and crackdown on Muslim Brotherhood leaders and protesters.

Michael Hanna, a senior fellow at The Century Foundation, said the Obama Administration's main concern in Egypt is stability.

"They are deeply and rightly concerned," he said. "The country has crossed an important question. They don't want Egypt to slip into the incurable cycle of violence and oppression."

Hanna said the administration does not want to sever all military aid to Egypt, because of important interests the United States has with Egypt.  Read more here.