Eleven Predictions for Egypt Under the Muslim Brotherhood

From AllAfrica Blog Fri Dec 7 2012, 08:52:56

[IDS]Television viewers and newspaper readers following the political scene in Egypt may have been struck by the most recent spate of violence involving pro-President Morsi Muslim Brotherhood followers who launched a brutal attack on peaceful demonstrators which left five dead and hundreds injured.

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