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Little big probem?

Reader comment on item: The Motives Behind Palestinian Leader's Effort to Gain Statehood at U.N.
in response to reader comment: Seculars in Egypt : How the months give perpestive now that Morsi won.

Submitted by Melvin A. Fechter (United States), Jun 7, 2013 at 00:26

"It seems the MB had the revolution in the pocket from the very beginning from PR to handling the transition and the election."

Yeah, Samuel, the Muslim Brotherhood is a problem - to the extent that Egypt can be united under it. Shall we bring out a micrometer caliper to measure that? I doubt that they can become united enough to represent a big problem to Israel.


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