With fall of Muslim Brotherhood, is Hamas at risk?

As the sudden fall of Egypt's Muslim Brotherhood reverberates through the Middle East, perhaps nowhere are events being watched more anxiously than in Gaza Strip, the seaside enclave controlled by the Islamist group's Palestinian spinoff, Hamas. Full Story

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#5 Jul 5, 2013
Islam is crumbling slowly. It is not sustainable as a political or religious institution.

Muslims are killing Muslims in Egypt, Syria, Libya, Iraq, Pakistan and Afghanistan. Syria is a humanitarian nightmare thanks to the slaughter of innocents and the more than a million who have fled for refuge in Turkey and Jordan. Islam veers between arrogant spiritual certitude and the constant evidence of its failure to produce democratic governments with healthy economies or societies in which justice and personal security exists.

Not only is Islam at war with itself it is at war with the West, Christianity, Jews, Hindus, Buddhists and Sikhs.
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#6 Jul 5, 2013
Humus will fall too.

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