Mokhtar Kamel

Spokesman, Alliance of Egyptian-Americans

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Spokesman for the Alliance of Egyptian-Americans

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Egyptians living in the US are among those celebrating the resignation of Hosni Mubarak. Mokhtar Kamel is the spokesman for the Alliance of Egyptian-Americans.

Egyptian-Americans Celebrate Mubarak's Downfall

Egyptians living in the US are among those celebrating the resignation of Hosni Mubarak. Mokhtar Kamel is the spokesman for the Alliance of Egyptian-Americans.

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