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|Egypt's first round of presidential voting wrapped up on Thursday with the crop of viable candidates down to just a handful. Official results won't be ready until Tuesday, but next door in Israel, policymakers are already scrambling to sort the bad options from the worse. 'The changes in Israeli-Egyptian ties will be wide and deep,' says Yoram Meital, chair of Middle East Studies at Ben-Gurion University in Beersheba. 'Egypt is about to make a number of revisions to its security and foreign policies that many in Israel, particularly our decision makers, view with trepidation.'|
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