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Obama Endorses Egypt Dictatorship Print E-mail
by Tom McGregor    Fri, Nov 23, 2012, 09:23 PM
American Rice.jpgPresident Barack Obama knows he can betray Israel without facing negative political consequences. Hence, the White House has gone into overdrive to support radical militant Muslim regimes in the Middle East.

According to Fox News, "supporters and opponents of President Mohammed Morsi clashed Friday in the worst violence since he took office, while he defended a decision to give himself near-absolute power to root out what he called 'weevils eating away at the nation of Egypt.'"

Morsi issued the edicts on Thursday, which has ignited polarization into an open battle between his Muslim Brotherhood and reformists who worry about a new dictatorship. Some members of Arab Spring brigade are proclaiming a sustained street campaign against Morsi who nearly five months ago became Egypt’s first freely elected president.

As reported by Fox, "the unrest also underscored the struggle over the direction of Egypt's turbulent passage nearly two years after a popular uprising toppled Hosni Mubarak’s authoritarian regime. Liberals and secular Egyptian accuse the Brotherhood of monopolizing power, dominating the writing of a new constitution and failing to tackle the country's chronic and economic security problems."

Outside the presidential palace in Cairo, Morsi told thousands of his chanting supporter that, "I don’t like, want or need to resort to exceptional measures, but I will if I see that my people, nation and revolution of Egypt are in danger."

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