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Report: Morsi may suspend decree     Roi Kais
1. protest in egypt
there is now some sign in muslim countries that democracy are well on the way of germinating into a tree, if sustained.
dongszkie ,   philippines   (12.05.12)
2. The peasents are revolting, not loking good
Haim ,   TA   (12.05.12)
3. this wont solve the problem
still we have the constitution problem, Morsi put us between two fires , he put off the first fire , the second fire remains which is the constitution problem , Morsi lost his legitemicy long ago when he cancelled a part of the interim constitution which he swore to respect it , Morsi must Go and so must Obama !!!!!
Fad Egypt   (12.05.12)
4.  Muslim brothers & democracy can not meet together, no way
Salma ,   State of Palestine   (12.05.12)
5. Amazing
The populace of Egypt has a touch more common sense and courage regarding their elected pres. than my own folk. I am appalled to think in such terms, yet I find I cannot avoid doing so. The times confound. Much luck to those in the streets seeking to collar Morsi and his agenda.
Cameron ,   USA   (12.05.12)
6. My oh my, listen to all of the glee
for Egypt's new? proposed ikhwani constitution. Spearheaded by Clinton and Obama's shining "moderate". And Washington?....crickets.
Ypip ,   Canada   (12.05.12)
7. #4 Salma, agreed, also Hamas and democracy
Unless Hamas overhauls its policies and frees Gaza women and minorities.
Nour ,   Palestine   (12.05.12)
8. Nour , 100 % agree
Salma ,   State of Palestine   (12.05.12)
9. don't do it morsi
you will regret taking that back. let the world, maybe the UN decide what's best for Egypt to do. Egyptians have no right deciding what their country should do. que in Thomas Friedman, whatever Friedman decides you should do, then you should do it, or face the wrath of the international community
the mad Zionist ,   sf-ny-is   (12.05.12)
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