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Egyptian protesters penetrate barrier at Morsi's palace    News agencies
1. egyptians
like erdogan, morsi's moslem brotherhood memebership makes him feel he is empowered by allah and need not respect the courts. Morsi is an educated man, a professor. So rational people become irrational like kameinei, lile erdogan and now morsi.. eyptians threw off the remnants of nasser, they are not about to have some iranian theocracy. Morsi is in big trouble as the fracture in society is only deepening. And it will not be solved by morsi withdrawing his edict. Morsi will have to resign or be carried off like mubarak.
mofti   (12.07.12)
2. There are only two choices here
Either the Egypt will become a second Iran or it will be more pragmatic country. Second is much better, but I doubt, this would happen. mostly depends how army will act.
Oleg ,   USA   (12.07.12)
3. Civil War
Egypt is on the brink of war and we can only hope when it happens, the violence stays inside their country and doesn't spill over the border to Israel.
Larry ,   Vancouver Canada   (12.07.12)
4. You've got to love the Egyptian military!
They are never there to protect their leaders. Not Mubarrak - nor Morsi.
Israeli 2   (12.07.12)
5. wish all the best for both sides
go islam go anti islam!! go, go, go
arik   (12.07.12)
6. Obama: Egypt's democracy - LOL
Barbara ,   Haifa Israel   (12.07.12)
7. Morsi will follow Mubarak soon...oh well...
Chris Rettenmoser ,   Bayerisch Gmain Germ   (12.07.12)
8. Only a charismatic person ...
... can become a leader.
Jules   (12.08.12)
9. Egypt is in an islamic death spiral, the 12th century
is so loved by the most unlearned people.
Bunnie Meyer ,   Los Angeles, CA USA   (12.08.12)
10. Mursi must accelerate to build
his private pyramide, with luxurious appartments inside. Much more secure than a palace, very difficult to burn or blast it.
Istvan ,   BUDAPEST HUNGARY   (12.08.12)
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