Analysis | Egypt in turmoil ||
Egypt's army has nothing to fear: The master’s voice is always heard
The editor of the Al-Ahram daily, Abdel Nasser Salama, supports the army; before that, he supported Morsi and, before him, Mubarak; when the government post is more important than the vocation, one can easily switch ideology.
Deposed Egyptian President Mohammed Morsi made four phone calls after being arrested by the army, according to Al-Ahram newspaper. The first was to the United States administration, the second to Mohammed Badie, a leader of...
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