On The One Hand The MB Was Democratically Elected By The Ballot & Should Not Be Voted Out By The Bullet. On The Other Hand The MB Steeped In - Comment - Israel News | Haaretz Daily Newspaper
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    • Lavi - Seattle
    • 15.08.13 | 16:43 (IDT)

    ... anything but democracy was naturally serving out cups of steaming hot demagoguecracy to thirsty Egyptian lips longing for Western-style freedoms and scalded their mouths with exclusive religious zeal and the people had a right to recoil and rise up against this negative spiritual force that was satanically destined to eventually flush Egypt down a toilet of terror, as it was masterminded and supported by Islamists abroad looking out for their own insidious interests instead of that of the common Egyptians. On the other hand,the jilted MB long suffering themselves under Sadat and Mubarak would naturally revolt against what they perceive as an undemocratic military coup that forcibly removed them from elected power and would understandably resort to any means necessary to regain their rule, even murder and mayhem. On the other hand, the Egyptian Army has a right to use force themselves to try and quickly nip the MB Islamists in the bud before their thorny growth is allowed to take deep root and proliferate like an invasive species along the fertile shores of the Nile and cut the flesh of many Egyptian passersby. On the other hand the Egyptian populace is then justified in again convulsing and writhing in agony as they seek to find a collectively acceptable identity in a post Mubarak, post Morsi Egypt and resort to whatever it takes to achieve this, even all out civil war. No, there is no other hand!

    from the article: Deep pessimism as Egypt counts its dead and Muslim Brotherhood vows revenge
    First published 09:20 15.08.13 | Last updated 23:34 15.08.13
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