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Analying the Turmoil in Egypt. I hope they are not forced into Radical Sharia Law.

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Submitted by Debbie (United States), Feb 14, 2011 at 15:28

I would never presume to tell the people of Egypt how to vote, but do they know for sure that they will not be getting Sharia Law, if the Muslim Brotherhood gets to be one of the Groups making up the new Government? They want true Democracy just like any other people, and I hope that Egypt does not turn out like Iran. It seems to be an instant replay of What happened in Iran. I know Muslims in the US who like it here, they have jobs, families, live wonderfully free lives, without Sharia and they like it that way. They are good honest people who have been polite, and not radical. They may not admit it to hard core Radical muslims, but they are happy without Oppression, and I wonder about the people in Egypt. They wanted Change, but will they be getting the Change they really want?

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