Shooting of pro-Morsi protesters deepens Egypt crisis

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posted on Jul, 8 2013 @ 04:16 AM
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The bloodshed deepened Egypt's political crisis, escalating the struggle between the army, which overthrew Mursi last Wednesday after mass demonstrations demanding his resignation, and the Brotherhood, which has denounced what it called a coup.



As an immediate consequence, the ultra-conservative Islamist Nour party, which initially supported the military intervention, said it was withdrawing from stalled negotiations to form an interim government for the transition to fresh elections.


It looks like things are continuing to break down in Egypt. Nour pulling it's support seems like it will be a big set back to getting a government put into place. With everything that is on the news and on-line it is very hard to get a clear picture of exactly what is going on. Each side is telling their own story. It's hard to know what is truth and what has been set up as a false truth.

I wish them all luck and safety but the Brotherhood is not going to go down without a very large fight. I think this will not be as easy as 2011.
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posted on Jul, 8 2013 @ 04:48 AM
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reported this morning that there was a shooting at people praying in a mosque and at people demonstrating by the military , 50 are reported to be dead and 100 wounded .



posted on Jul, 8 2013 @ 04:50 AM
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a puppet bloodshed army overthrew a puppet radical regime !
nothing is different. still Egypt is not an independent country !!!!





 
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