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Egypt's future

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Submitted by promesa (South Korea), Feb 23, 2012 at 01:03

Egypt's future depends on the success of the population to resist the antiquated and isolationist ways of the religious Islamist parties. In the 1920's and on, Egypt was a secular population and progressing towards western values. Nasser was moving in that direction, despite the corruption. The Muslim Brotherhood has put a stop to evolution and progress in Egypt and other Middle Eastern countries who have become religious fanatics instead of inhabitants of the 20st century.

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