Tamer Amin

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Tamer Amin (Template:Lang-ar:تارمر أمين; born 10 September 1974) is an Egyptian television presenter and interviewer for Masr El-Nahrda (Egypt Today), a popular Egyptian live television talk show from Cairo, which airs on the Egyptian National TV (ERTU).

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In an interview with LBC TV (Lebanon), Al-Ekhbariya (Saudi Arabia) that aired on November 10, 2010 (as translated by MEMRI), Amin expressed his views on a number of issues:

  • Responding to a question regarding whether or not Egyptian men who marry Israeli women should have their Egyptian citizenship revoked, Amin stated "Everything should be taken from them, not just their citizenship."
  • In response to a question about the right of homosexuals to marry and adopt children, Amin stated "All their rights should be shattered to pieces".
  • Amin expressed support for Egypt and Iran acquiring nuclear weapons, arguing that "As a deterrent. I support Egypt's policy of turning the Middle East into a nuclear-free zone. But if a country like Israel has nuclear weapons, it has a deterrent, and all of us Arabs are afraid of it."[1]

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