December 4, 2012

Mohammed Morsi's Big Mistake

Steven A. Cook, Foreign Affairs

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Morsi and the Muslim Brotherhood think of themselves as uniquely qualified to rebuild Egypt. Moreover, they believe that they were entrusted with doing so during this year's election. Their miscalculation, though, was to think that the rest of Egypt felt the same way.

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TAGGED: Muslim Brotherhood, Middle East, Egypt, Mohammed Morsi

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