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    • Robert D. Milner
    • 28.07.13 | 04:21 (IDT)

    I keep read in the media that it was a coup d'etat by the military?..Maybe you can call it that, but I look at it as a coup d'etat against a coup d'etat of disassembling of democracy in Egypt by the MB. The MB were given a chance and showed their true color; as many had feared. As for the military attempting to reinstate a Muburak goverment; that does not make sense; being the military and General Sisi were involved with the toppling of the Murburak. I think there is people playing in the shadows with North Africa maybe Qatar, more likely an intelligently person that is a master of covert arts,talents of manipulation and deception...my money is on Recep Tayyip Erdogan it appears that after his so called business trip in the beginning of the Turkish protests, in early June to North African counties there are now in upheaval , such as Libya and Tunisia. I think there is more playing out in the shadow....

    from the article: Egypt's recent upheaval shows failure of Muslim Brotherhood
    First published 02:02 28.07.13 | Last updated 02:02 28.07.13
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