Analysis | In Egypt, bracing for the day after || For protesters, anything less than Morsi's exit is a 'failure of the revolution'
Secular Egyptians want President Morsi to go, but haven't considered the consequences or thought of a strong leader who could replace him.
One public square against another, a million against a million, an "uprising against the robbers" against the "red line of legitimacy" as protesters say – that's how Egypt began its war of titans three days ago, set to reignite today. The fear is great and real. Will the stones hurled in Alexandria and Cairo turn into mass shootings? After all, the country is awash with millions of...
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