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Egypt’s post-Morsi constitution gets almost total voters’ approval

18.01.2014 19:37

Exactly 98.1% of Egyptians said yes to the new constitution in this week’s referendum. The outlawed Muslim brotherhood says it does not recognize the vote, which saw some 20 million, or over 38% of registered voters, participate.

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Rafiq Mujahid 20.01.2014 05:18

This is a primary example of sheep being led to a slaughter. Isn't it funny how darkness is always ushered in with thunderous applause.

 

Z Aquarius 20.01.2014 00:50

Brandon Anderson 19.01.2014 13:09

@Z Aquarius, You need to dust off your history books dude. Israel's arch-nemesis Hamas was founded as an offshoot of the Muslim Brotherhood. Morsi was their champion. Israel's thrilled about el-Sisi, they despised Morsi.

  


It's one thing to dust off history books, and another to believe it. Morsi was Israel's bud, their man. Morsi is gone after making Israel happy by calling for the removal of Assad. Iran may have had something to do with the removal of Morsi. Still, Egypt is a wild card.

 

Brandon Anderson 19.01.2014 13:09

@Z Aquarius, You need to dust off your history books dude. Israel's arch-nemesis Hamas was founded as an offshoot of the Muslim Brotherhood. Morsi was their champion. Israel's thrilled about el-Sisi, they despised Morsi.

 

Peter Jennings 19.01.2014 02:36

Good luck to all Egyptians out there. All have the right to a peaceful and prosperous life free from tyranny.

 

Z Aquarius 18.01.2014 21:29

Things are taking shape. Shariah is actually part of the Talmud (Jewry) so in effect Egypt has kicked out Mubarak (Israel), kicked out Morsi and MB (Israel) and agreed upon a constitution not Talmud related. I like it.

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