Deep pessimism as Egypt counts its dead and Muslim Brotherhood vows revenge
'We no longer hear the sane voices,' young Egyptian man tells Haaretz. Meanwhile, Egyptian officials said the Muslim Brotherhood has called for attacks on police stations and public buildings.
Millions of Egyptians watched with growing dismay as spiraling violence swept their country Wednesday. The Egyptian government imposed a state of emergency, more than 200 people were killed when troops opened fire on demonstrators who they were trying to oust from encampments set up after President Mohammed Morsi was removed from power in late June. The protesters had been demanding...
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