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Submitted by jerome (Canada), Jul 2, 2013 at 12:57

What an imbroglio this so called Arab spring and the advent of Morsi of the MB has proved to be.

We or they rather , have reached a point where there are no good outcomes, none.

And more people will die needlessly whilst these incompatible factions get crazier and

crazier.

Economically socially politically and ideologically there are few options that will suit

a majority of the people, and religion and its internecine fighting between sects will

be the catalyst for more upheaval as the region becomes more and more volatile and unstable.

A sorry picture indeed.

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