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Egyptian president Mohamed Morsi was ousted in a military coup Wednesday, with security forces forbidding him from leaving the country, arresting a number of top Muslim Brotherhood officials, and raiding media outlets in the midst of broadcasts.
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egyptian Military coup will end before RAMADAN ending !sa
Get your facts from the Internet. Journalists are treacherous puppets of the rich.
Snowden proved that Europe is a colony of corporate America run by CIA.
Americans are not familiar with democracy either.
A eyptian lady told me the voting last year was rigged.
Mursi never really got those votes.
It's a people revolution not a military coup as pictured in western media
Americans and Europeans should understand the will of Egyptian people
Revoultion brings back Egypt again giving no place to terrorist groups in the name of religion
The 2nd revolution will rebuild Egypt under principles of co-existence between Muslims, Christians
More than 30 million said their opinion against deteriorating economic life and inefficiency of MB
The Revolution is the will of Egyptian people. It's a people revolution not a military coup
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