Scores dead in Egypt after security f...

Scores dead in Egypt after security forces launch assault on protesters' camp

There are 2 comments on the The Washington Post story from Aug 15, 2013, titled Scores dead in Egypt after security forces launch assault on protesters' camp. In it, The Washington Post reports that:

Supporters of ousted president Mohamed Morsi called Thursday for protest marches after a violent government crackdown triggered clashes across Egypt, leaving more than 500 people dead and the promise of a speedy transition to democracy in tatters.

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“It's Time to Defeat Terrorism ”

Since: May 11

NYC

#1 Aug 15, 2013
Undoubtedly, the Mozlem Brother Jihadist of Morsi are fighting the Egyptian Army and the Christians in an all out Jihad war that aims at spreading the Shariya laws based on the grand Caliphate agenda all over the Middle East and Northern Africa that Obama, Hillary and Kerry supports. Clearly, the Mozlem Brothers are terrorists that have the same Mozlem brother worldwide expansion agenda as the al Qaida terrorists in Sinai, the Hamas terrorists of Gaza and the al Qaida terrorists that fight in Syria. Nevertheless, the defeat of the Mozlem Brothers in Egypt can have domino effect on the Tunisia and Libya Mozlem Brother regimes that lost the support of Morsi who was brought to power by the Obama and Hillary regime. While the Egyptian Army making all efforts to calm down the situation in Egypt and return to normal life, the Jihadist Mozlem brothers are emboldened by the Obama and the Europeans to keep fighting for the delusional idea of fake Democracy which means more Mozlem brother attacks on Christians and burning their Churches in Egypt while Obama keeps quiet about it.
Walter Harold Marlin

Philadelphia, PA

#2 Aug 15, 2013
The people ousted the Islamist president. This was a victory, right? So what are the protesters protesting. Does anyone know?

Why are the protesters camped out. Are they refugees?

Is the country now a Democracy or is the military biding its time?

Does Egypt have a binding constitution?

Is it possible to create an Islamic National Constitution that respects the rights of all Egyptian citizens including people of other faiths?

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