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Egyptian Islamists, opponents clash ahead of vote

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  • Rock Of The Marne Phoenix, AZ
    Dec. 23, 2012 4:03 p.m.

    Working closely with the Egyptian military (mil to mil) I pray these hardline islamists do not get their way which is some form of Sharia Law for the good people of Egypt. I am glad to see the opposition (moderates and liberals- liberals in this sense are a good thing) vehemently opposing, including dying if necessary, to stop Morsi and his followers from instilling a new, and in my opinion for women and Coptic Christians (the Copts are 10 percent of the population), a worse dictatorship than under Hosni Mubarak. The main difference being who are the "targets" amongst their own people. I pray common sense prevails for the Egyptian people and the overall peace process in the Middle East.

  • morpunkt Glendora, CA
    Dec. 23, 2012 3:29 p.m.

    The only future for the Islamist nations is the youth. They will usher in a new dawn and bring them out of the Dark Ages. You can't stop progress, especially with today's technology.