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Democracy at a crossroad again
Those denouncing Mursi are falling into the trap made by the very elite that they want to bring under control
I'm Egyptian and I'm pro- 30th of June Revolution. Whoever wrote this piece has no idea about the Egyptian Fabric or culture.. Flash news: The army head was hired by Morsi himself! MB failed with flying colors to add anything to the Egyptian political scene. They lied and lied and lied! they promised and never delivered! that is why everybody stopped dealing with them from the beginning! Have u ever heard about the mythical project "Nahda" which they said it was planned for 80 years and after holding office they said oh.. it was a brainstorming session?? Did u hear the Prime Ministers speech last year about what women need to do to prevent diarrhea of their kids instead of focusing on solving the most pressing problems??? did u see any economic policies announced or put in place? seriously? is this a government any sane person would join??? The army is our safety switch! you know nothing about us! MB allowed an environment for hardliners and mis-interpreters of Islam to flourish! So stop supporting them (between the lines as u r doing) because it will definitely backfire!
Ibrahim, Dubai, United Arab Emirates
A completely misleading article refecting either deep ignorance of the tragedies happenning in egypt for the last year or the author is simply so angry that the US lost an important puppet serving their and the israeli agenda.
Ahmed el ashram, Cairo, Egypt
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