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Egyptian Army Says it Won’t Take Power … Yet


Protests in Egypt

Barry Rubin, writing at Pajamas Media, writes that there is a real and growing possibility of Egypt descending into a chaos that will make the current situation look like the Small World ride at Disneyland. Like in Syria, it appears that the international community (and Israelis who now share a border with two countries in free-fall) has no good options.

So either the army will take over–directly or by appointing a new government (probably the latter)–or the Brotherhood will probably evolve into a dictatorship or the Brotherhood will lose the next election and leave power gracefully (hard to believe).

Author: Stand For Israel | July 3, 2013
Posted in:  Egypt, SFI Daily Dispatch


What do you think?

  • Tom
    July 3, 2013
    8:54 pm

    Obama will direct ‘Aid to Egypt’ under the guise of “Supporting the duly elected democratic people’s choice”, and the dreaded Muslim Brotherhood will begin eliminating the enemies of the state.

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  • Jay
    July 3, 2013
    4:38 pm

    I think the USA handing Egypt F16s and Tanks probably was not a good idea. May God continue to protect Israel and its people.

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  • Daphne
    July 3, 2013
    2:55 pm

    If 2years ago the Army could not control the country for the people then; what is different now. The wayward behaviour, the corruption, immense poverty and more suffering will occur. We have to keep.

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  • Lawrence
    July 3, 2013
    1:20 pm

    Hopefully, Morsi will be ejected out of office, the will have new elections, for real reforms and democracy. Who are we kidding. There is no such thing as democracy in a Muslim state.

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  • John
    July 3, 2013
    12:29 pm

    Seasons of the Times (prophecies) seem to be more apparent the fig tree (Matthew 24:32-35)

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