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‘Washington must acknowledge Egyptian military coup’

06.07.2013 15:55

The US refuses to call the event in Egypt a military coup as it would make their support of the country’s army, which ousted president Mohamed Morsi, a criminal act, Gerald Celente, Publisher of the Trends Journal, told RT.

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Anonymous user 10.07.2013 12:00

Judges of Egypt had such political power that they could sabotage the possiility of Mursi to rule.


Haman Awyan 09.07.2013 13:01

its a coup , using force to remove who we voted for, for the sake of who lost then its acoup , when you shut all the channels that support us and leave yours to explain to the world what you wanna feed them then its a coup , when you arrest all of his assistance and even there lawyer while he was there to defend them its a coup , the Egyptian army is working for Mubarak , and there plan all the time is take over again , they were waiting for Morsi to fail ,he did not , so they made a deal with elections losers to take it by force , misleading some people using private media , business men , and corruption judges .

Anonymous user 08.07.2013 13:55

Root Cause was brotherhoods Charta called "CONSTITUTION&q uot; excluding Non-Salafis from being Egyptians!

Anonymous user 08.07.2013 13:41

US is the masterminder. Evil empire

Anonymous user 08.07.2013 12:04

why acknowledge? US is the masterminder. Elected with US surpriced at first place, now corrected.

Anonymous user 08.07.2013 11:52

( Why does Jonathan Cain's NSA globally spy on telecom- & Internet- Users ? )

Anonymous user 08.07.2013 11:36

The army had to step in, and save the country from Islamists, the people prefer freedom, not sharia.

Anonymous user 08.07.2013 11:29

Why is Egypt killing it's own people? Is the Red Cross demanding safe corridors? John McCain says?

Anonymous user 08.07.2013 10:52

"Egypt" FIRST !!! --- forget 'babylonic foreign Nobility' aiming to "corrupt" Egyptians !


Yefim Feldman 08.07.2013 10:27

Finally a half decent report by R.T. Unfortunately the West can not and doesn't want to understand the realities of the middle-east (same as Africa) The level of education in the m.e does not allow democracy to function, these countries need at least 50 years to catch up socially and about 25 years in business/governance. The only solution now are western backed puppets (coloninism) so that education and modernization can be implemented with least amount of fraud (compared to nationalistic dictatorships).

Anonymous user 08.07.2013 09:30

A STATE without Constitution is open to "usurpation&quo t; by a sworn-in 'social' faction !

Anonymous user 08.07.2013 09:18

Confusing: STATE's only functioning Dpmt. - peoples Army! Warriing factions , the SOCIETY!

Anonymous user 08.07.2013 06:30

05:06 Qatar finances propaganda campaign in media?


JailBanksters 07.07.2013 23:01

Even so
There is still more Corruption in US Politics than in Egypt, In Egypt they get angry, In the US they don't get angry, instead wait 3 years and may or may not vote for them again. In fact nobody in the Western World gets angry with their corrupt governments, we just suck it up. All countries that think they are in a Democracy, well your not, your living in an Oligarchy.

Anonymous user 07.07.2013 21:06

US government is behind the problems in Egypt

Anonymous user 07.07.2013 20:12

See how all the world`s traitors and thieves are Friends of Israel?

Anonymous user 07.07.2013 19:45

It's not coup dears .... it's revolution

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