It's difficult to say how that will turn out, but it is rather clear that it will result in much violence before its all said and done. The evil Hosni Mubarak is looking better and better all the time. A little lesson for Barack Obama: Be careful when you uproot evil because it's replacement may be three times as evil.
For that matter, perhaps Americans should have considered that when they replaced Bush with Obama.
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MUSLIM BROTHERHOOD CLAIMS VICTORY IN EGYPT ELECTION
I. told. ya. so....... all the way back in January 0f 2011, when the agitation for the removal of Mubarak (probably the most liberal ruler of all the Muslim countries in that that region) began. Where's the media's mea culpa?
This is Obama's legacy, and the catastrophic consequences await us.
Egypt's Muslim Brotherhood leaders ordered rocket attack on Israel .... and so it begins.
Muslim Brotherhood claims victory in Egypt election FOX NewsThe Muslim Brotherhood declared early Monday that its candidate, Mohammed Morsi, won Egypt's presidential election, which would be the first victory of an Islamist as head of state in the stunning wave of protests demanding democracy that sweptthe past year.But the military handed itself the lion's share power over the new president, sharpening the possibility of confrontation. With parliament dissolved and martial law effectively in force,issued an interim constitution granting themselves sweeping authorities that ensure their hold on the state and subordinate the president.They will be Egypt's lawmakers, they will controland they will determine who writes the permanent constitution that will define the country's future. But as they claimed a narrow victory over Hosni Mubarak's last prime minister Ahmed Shafiq in a deeply polarizing election, the Brotherhood challenged the military's power grab.The group said Sunday it did not recognize the dissolution of parliament, where it was the largest party. It also rejected the military's right to issue an interim constitution and oversee the drafting of a new one.That pointed to a potential struggle over spheres of authority between Egypt's two strongest forces. The Brotherhood has campaigned on a platform of bringing Egypt closer to a form of Islamic rule, but the military's grip puts it in a position to block that.Instead any conflict would likely center on more basic questions of control -- if the Brotherhood pushes a fight. It has reached accommodations with the military in the past.Official final results are not due until Thursday, and Shafiq's claim, which was based on the group's compilation of election officials' returns from nearly all polling centers .challenged the BrotherhoodBut at their campaign headquarters, the Brotherhood officials and supporters were ebullient over the turn of fate. The fundamentalist group that was banned for most of its 80-year history and repeatedly subjected to crackdowns under Mubarak's rule now held the chair from which their nemesis was ousted by last year's 18 days of mass protests.
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