Will the Civil Divorce of Egypt’s Political Powers Remain Civil?
Published on: August 14, 2012
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  • Eventually, when the insulation that is frayed and thin even now, wears through – there will be shocks that will be felt from the top all the way to the person in the street. The question isn’t if, it is when! Next, will it be dangerous to human health? Who’s?

  • WigWag

    Thanks for a very interesting post.

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  • “A year and a half ago, after thirty years of dictatorial rule, the only scenarios that any Egyptian could envision were limited to whether Gamal Mubarak would succeed his father before or after the old man died!”

    I recall reading several years ago this was floated…and promptly shot down, by all segments of society.

    As Always I Reserve, My God Given Right To Be Wrong.

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