To: Dean Sanpei,
Subject: Life is short. Have an affair.
Date: Fri Nov 01 17:20:49 MDT 2013
Kalli Atteya, 45, smiles while recounting the daring rescue of her 12-year-old son, Niko, who was allegedly kidnapped in Egypt in 2011 by her former husband, Mohamed Atteya. (Joshua Rhett Miller/FoxNews.com)Khalil Mohamed "Niko" Atteya, 12, told FoxNews.com he now hopes to be home-schooled as he reintegrates into the United States after roughly 20 months in Egypt. (Courtesy: Kalli Atteya)Mohamed Atteya holds his son shortly after his July 2000 birth in Pennsylvania. Atteya's ex-wife said he abandoned the family some three months later. (Courtesy: Kalli Atteya)Kalli and Mohamed Atteya in an undated photograph. "My biggest concern is that he will find us somehow and try to take [Niko] back by force," she told FoxNews.com. (Courtesy: Kalli Atteya)Through the slit of the burqa she wore to blend in on the streets of Alexandria, Egypt, Kalli Atteya waited and watched until the boy climbed off the school bus. When she saw him, she moved quickly, grabbing his arm and steering him toward the waiting motorized cart."Get in," she said to the 12-year-old, who recognized his mother's piercing blue eyes and obeyed wordlessly.Soon, they were speeding toward a safehouse where they would wait for three weeks before returning to the U.S., and ending a 20-month ordeal that began with another abduction one the boy, Khalil Mohamed Niko Atteya, did not accept willingly. His father, Mohamed Atteya, who is wanted by the U.S. authorities, is accused of luring The office in charge of implementing President Obamas health care law is being spared from sequestration cuts and furloughs. Gary Cohen, director of the Center for Consumer Information and Insurance Oversight, said Wednesday his office was not forced to cut worker hours due to the across-the-board spending cuts that rolled out in March, The Hill reported.Republicans have accused the Obama administration of cherry-picking projects and agencies that would be slapped hardest by sequestration. Most recently, furloughing FAA workers have caused massive delays at airports across the country.Rep. Greg Harper, R-Miss., reportedly said the fact that ObamaCare officials havent had their hours cuts highlights the political nature of the cuts."We're talking about at least a 15 percent furlough of current air-traffic controllers, resulting in delays and perhaps safety concerns, but yet this has been a selective political item by the administration," Harper said.Cohen maintains his office is still feeling the pinch because they are under a hiring freeze but Harper said during an Energy and Commerce oversight subcommittee hearing that he wasn't buying it.Click for more from The Hill.