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Originally posted by searching4truth
reply to post by Eurisko2012
Or chances are they won't.
Is that to say there won't be people elected who represent the Muslim Brotherhood? No, they are a political party.
But in every democracy you have the super conservative and the super liberal and the governance has to take place in between.
Due to the consecutive developments in current incidents and which define the destiny of the country, and in context of continuous follow up for internal and external incidents, and the decision to delegate responsibilities to the vice president of the country, and in belief in our national responsibility to preserve the stability and safety of the nation.
Originally posted by CosmicCitizen
The "coup de grace" for this bloodless coup was the faux promise last night that Mubarak would step down and then he didnt. I believe that he was set up by the army with that statement so that he would have to step down.
Planned but better than the fate of Anwar Sadat.
Originally posted by Malcram
The Egyptians have shown us that its possible to be only 18 days from revolutionary change by ethical, peaceful united means. We can all do it as they proved it can be done.
Originally posted by TXRabbit
I'm glad they got their freedom and removed this despot.
Looking at the front-pages of the popular news-sites like Yahoo etc, I see that this event has already been slanted to be about I$rael and not about how the people of Egypt won. Pretty sad
Originally posted by IAMIAM
What the Egyptians can do, the world can do!
No more Empires. No more tyrrany. No more control!
Let freedom ring!
Originally posted by jam321
I was wrong. I really thought Mubarack would stay in power.
Now that the protesters have won their chant for change, guess the next question is if the next government will be for better or for worse?