Supporting the Muslim Brotherhood

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    President Gul has met with the Egyptian Army, the Brotherhood, the January 25 Youth Coalition, Amr Mousa and El-Baradei last week.
    FM Davutoglu said, that if the Egyptian Army fails to deliver on the time-frame to Democracy, Turkey will support the Opposition (Muslim Brotherhood) in Egypt.

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    In less then a year, the Brotherhood will have transformed into a political party dominating the politics in a new democratic Egypt.

    Change has missed America, but nevertheless, it has come to this region.
     
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    Talking to yourself again?
     
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    After President Gul's visit to Egypt, the Turkish Navy sent a frigate on 6th March to Libya to evacuate 1.200 Egyptians to Alexandria.
    FM Davutoglu threatened the Egyptian Army to support the Opposition (MB) in Egypt, if they fail in the commitment to transform into Democracy.

    That simply means, that we will watch the situation in Egypt and the Egyptian Army's role. Power to the people.
    Or as was observed earlier:
    jpost.com

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    The interested observer of Middle-Eastern politics - decoupled from searching WMD's in the Iraqi desert - might find this thread interesting.
     
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    Recent developments to influence us differently - Hurriyet Daily News and Economic Review

    Soon, you will adapt to the reality and stop bullshit-talking of exceptionalism.
    The sun rises in the East.
     
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    there won't be a new "democratic" Egypt if the MB is preeminent.
     
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    Back to the natural order, which is seperation into Shiite and Sunnite influence zones.
    Except for Iran and Turkey, which also happen to be the historical centers of power of that seperation, the other countries are artificial creations of the 'West'.

    You speak of 'dropping shorts', if anything is dropped, it is the 'Western' imposed system. :oops:
     

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