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Democracy in Egypt? No chance

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Submitted by dhimmi no more (United States), Feb 6, 2011 at 06:26

Thank you Dr. Pipes and a very interesting analysis.

There is no chance that Egypt will be a democracy as was well explained by Dr. Pipes.

How about al-ikhwan al-muslimeen would they come to power? Very possible and it will be a disaster for Egypt and for Egyptians and I can see the likes of Abdul al-Rauf of the ground Zero Mosque and Tariq Ramadan heading back to Egypt and join, out in the open, this fascist organization.

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