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Is this the end of political Islam in Egypt? I doubt it

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Submitted by dhimmi no more (United States), Jul 2, 2013 at 12:46

I salute the people of Egypt for making it very clear that enough of Morsi and his ikhwangiyya and they have to go but Morsi is clueless he is not smart and he is a bully and he is not going to go without a fight

Just watch the videos by one of his supporters who is an irhabi (terrorist) by the name of Asm abd el-Maded and it is shocking when you hear the vile nonsense uttered by this low life irhabi (and he has been linked to the recent atrocity in Giza where 4 Shea Egyptians were killed in cold blood) but he knows the other option he has is to be put in jail again for inciting violence

For that to happen, it's probably better that Morsi linger in office and be ascribed responsibility for the hunger and other disasters ahead

I do understand what you are saying but Egypt has the brain power to solve all these acute problems may be not over night but it will happen

The real concern is that Morsi and his ikhwangiyya are not going anywhere but I guess now the likes of the UAE are breathing a sigh of relief because Morsi and co are busy trying to survive and they will be too busy to be able to export their Islamism

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