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Submitted by Mark Werfel (United States), Jan 9, 2015 at 17:07

As I am certain you are aware, Al-Sisi very recently made similar comments opposing radical Islam; addressed to the Imams looking for moderate leadership from them. I suggest you address that in a new column.

I see Al-Sisi as a powerful force, on a surface level -- for good. But we know what happened when Morsi trusted the Al-Sisi surface level.

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Yes, I plan to discuss Sisi's ideas.

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