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Topic - Tharwat Abdel-Shahed
"This has sparked the government's anger," he said Tuesday, putting the total funding directed to the groups at $45 million.
"The Egyptian government thinks that a prior permission is needed before the U.S. directs its money to its recipients," he said, "However, the U.S. government says there are no conditions, and it is free to use its money."