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Add comment on:The Egyptian Revolution’s Next Barrier
Reza Fiyouzat and Shamus Cooke
When the Egyptian army first began its offensive against the Muslim Brotherhood, many speculated that such an assault would likely be extended to the same revolutionaries who demanded — in massive demonstrations — that President Morsi be evicted from office.
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