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What is next for Egypt

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Submitted by dhimmi no more (United States), May 24, 2011 at 16:51

Thank you Dr. Pipes

However, I do believe that Tantawi is no more whan another Mohamed Nageeb and his rule in 1952 and that we still have to wait to see who will be Egypt's next Nasser or the real dark horse. And I also do not believe that the military will let go of power that it holds now

I also predict that el-salafiyeen will all end in jail and el-ikhwan will be pushed back in the shadows where they belong..

I think that the big story in Egypt in the next few months will be the evolution of the sectarian problems between Islam and islamists and the Copts

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