The Muslim Brotherhood Rule in Egypt

From Global Voices ยป Egypt Sun Dec 2 2012, 14:43:09

In Inanities, Sarah Carr blogs: I am anxious about the future, but there was an inevitability about Muslim Brotherhood rule at some point in Egypt's history and unfortunately, I am alive to experience it. The only positive thing about the Muslim Brotherhood in power is that they are spectacularly shit...

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