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One more pakistan in the making

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Submitted by car313 (India), Jul 5, 2013 at 08:21

The whole drama is going to play out like the pakistani experiment. The Egyptians have clearly split. The Morsi backers are not queasy. The secularists I dare say are. Morsi groups have the time honored jihad to fall back on. The secularists only have Washington who will sell them out when the push comes to a shove.

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The anti-MB faction is not looking at all queasy these days.

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