Egypt?

By William Markiewicz

Iím disoriented by the politics of Egyptís masses. They elected him president; now the majority is against him even if a still notable number remains with him. My only explanation is that Morsi deceived his electors. He didnít carry out his promised moderation and perhaps won the election as a hidden agent of the radicals. Those who clamor for military power to release Morsi and reinstall him as president are simply wrong. In the name of bureaucratic legality, they take the side of Morsi against the will of the majority of Egyptians. There is a serious fight going on against those Arabs who are for democracy and the rigid defenders of the archaic past which they want to keep forever. Is there anything more to say about the situation in Egypt and the whole Arab world?

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