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Egypt’s looming civil unrest

By AVI PERRY With the narrow election victory of Mohammed Mursy, Egypt is entering a new era of civil unrest. When Mursy and his Muslim Brotherhood supporters signed up for the race for president of Egypt they presumed that victory would assume Mubarak-like presidential powers. Yet victory bore a beautiful trophy, save for little clout. [...]
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