Analysis: Egypt risks Islamist splits, violence after Mursi fall




 
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Analysis: Egypt risks Islamist splits, violence after Mursi fall
 
July 5th, 2013  
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Analysis: Egypt risks Islamist splits, violence after Mursi fall
By Alexander Dziadosz CAIRO (Reuters) - Some 200,000 people died in a decade of civil war in Algeria after uniformed officers rejected a popular vote for Islamists, an example some in Cairo darkly cite after the army ousted Egypt's Muslim Brotherhood president on Wednesday. While Algeria's Islamists were never allowed to govern, Egypt's Mohamed Mursi ran the country for a year, and a widespread sense that he was author of his own misfortunes may deter some who might have taken up arms in his cause. ...




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