Muslim Brotherhood HQ Barbequed

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    Welcome to the Egyptian Civil War, brought to you by the one and only "Arab Spring".

    More Than 100 Injured, As Protests In Egypt Escalate : The Two-Way : NPR

    "Opposition leader Mohamed el Baradei claimed at a news conference that the growing violence proves Morsi has lost all legitimacy. The Nobel laureate urged the president to abandon his decrees putting himself above the law and to delay a national vote on a controversial constitution drafted by his allies.

    "Meanwhile in the town of Ismailia on the Suez Canal, anti-Morsi protestors set the Muslim Brotherhood political party's headquarters on fire in response to an earlier attack on fellow protestors outside the presidential palace in Cairo.

    "The clashes are among the worst since Morsi gave himself near-absolute powers in late November."
     
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    Cairo's military link to Washington remains intact...
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    Muslim Brotherhood inherits U.S. war gear
    Thursday, December 6, 2012 - For Egypt's Muslim Brotherhood-dominated government, more battle tanks and jet fighters are on their way from the United States.
     
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    Keepin' up the pressure on Morsi...
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    More Egypt protests called after Morsi concession
    9 Dec.`12 — Egypt's liberal opposition called for more protests Sunday, seeking to keep up the momentum of its street campaign after the president made a partial concession overnight but refused its main demand he rescind a draft constitution going to a referendum on Dec. 15.
     

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