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Letters: Tell that to Thatcher

March 14, 2013

Re "Pushing 'God's law' on Egypt," March 12

Mohammed Zawahiri, an Egyptian engineer and brother of Al Qaeda leader Ayman Zawahiri, states that women shouldn't become president because they're "weak and could not make decisions at tough times."

Perhaps he has never heard of Cleopatra, Catherine de Medici, Queen Elizabeth I, Catherine the Great, Margaret Thatcher or Hillary Rodham Clinton. Not a weak one in the bunch.

Mary Jane Bagby



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