Morsi has neither been seen or heard since July 3. He is already an icon and martyr to the Islamists. If he died resisting the coup, there will be chaos. If his first words when seen are to denounce the coup and a call to his followers for “justice”, there will be chaos and mayhem. Can’t see how this will turn out good for Egypt. Egypt is already destitute. Widespread violence will make it prostate. The Arab donors will not subsidize it for long. Soon there will be hordes of impoverished but still fervent refugees pouring into the lands formerly known as Christendom.
Yea and if it even remotely appears that a real democratic state begins to emerge, Obama will withdraw US funding before the water boils.
They should terminate the MB, their followers, and their supporters, with extreme prejudice.
Ouch. (Spelling police).
As you pointed out on the other thread, the urban / rural divide is very significant. There is more to Egypt that Cairo and Alexandria.
And, furthermore, I have serious doubts that any country with a large Muslim population can ever exist under anything other some form of despotism.
The basis for liberty is just not there.