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    • Egyptian
    • 04.07.13 | 12:18 (IDT)

    I am not sure why the Western media keeps portraying this as a coup? Remember the following FACTS: 1. Morsi won by fraud. His supporters banned Christians from voting, forged 1.4 million voting ballots and threatened to burn Egypt if he was not declared the winner. 2. Morsi rapidly changed Egypt to a haven for terrorists 3. Morsi had no love whatsoever for the west or Israel. Just check his speeches in ARABIC. 4. If ikhwani rule was established and they took control of the army, there is no doubt that they would wage a holy jihad on Europe and israel as soon as they felt strong enough. 5. There were 33 million people in the streets all over Egypt who went out against Morsi. This is at least double the number of people who revolted against Mubarak. How can you call that a coup?

    from the article: The upside-down theater of the absurd in Morsi's ouster and the Cairo coup
    First published 00:52 04.07.13 | Last updated 00:52 04.07.13
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