Editor’s Note: Egypt’s military government figured out months ago that the Arab Spring was engineered by pro-democracy groups and NGO’s with direct links to the US State Department, and moved quickly to shut down their operations inside Egypt. After angry U.S. officials threatened to cut off $1.3 billion in military aid and $250 million in economic aid, Egypt finally backed down. But this event is significant, in that many overseas governments have become wise to the regime change/revolution business which globalists have been exporting for decades under the guise of seemingly innocent not-for-profit orgs. The veil has been completely lifted on this Soros-funded international program of deception.
February 29, 2012
CAIRO — Egypt on Wednesday lifted a travel ban on seven Americans employed by pro-democracy U.S. groups has been lifted, signaling an end to the worst crisis in relations between Egypt and the U.S. in 30 years.
The seven, who include the son of U.S. Transportation secretary Ray LaHood, are among 16 Americans who are on trial along with 27 others on charges of using illegally obtained funds to foment unrest in Egypt and incite protests against the nation’s military rulers.
The trial opened on Sunday and adjourned until April 26, but the court’s three judges resigned from the case on Tuesday, citing “uneasiness.” None of the 16 Americans were in court on Sunday. Only the seven affected by the travel ban are still in Egypt.
Egyptian officials said the travel ban was lifted by the country’s top prosecutor at the recommendation of the case’s investigating judge. It was not immediately clear whether the charges against the Americans would be dropped.