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Reader comment on item: Intricacies of Egypt's Coup d'├ętat Explained
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Submitted by Alexandros (United Kingdom), Jul 10, 2013 at 04:50

First of all, if the famine problem is so big in Egypt, then it is clear why the people supported the military. Obviously Morsi did n't set his priorities right and that is why people did not support him. The Salafis did not support him because maybe they think this could become their opprtunity to acquire more power quicker or they just believe that Morsi has to play the role of the scape goat so that the Islamic movement will not lose it's perspective.

Morsi was controlled by Turkey, that was obvious anyway, but now the king is naked, Turkey intervened in the Egyptian internal issues publicly and by openly supporting the Muslim Brotherhood. Obviously the coup spoiled their neo-Ottoman, Islamic and fascistic plans, for the moment at least.

The Turkish and Islamic hypocrisy has become disgusting. They are the reason for all the refugees that have fled Middle East and they just leave people die starving while they only try to create an Islamofascist order by using the police state.

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