March 2, 2013

Egypt Becoming the Next Iran

Nesreen Akhtarkhavari , Christian Science Monitor

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The U.S. would be well to take note of Egypt's troubling trajectory.

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TAGGED: Muslim Brotherhood, Iran, Egypt

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