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 Crowds at Presidential Palace Break Through Barbed Wire, President offers Dialogue [and gets rejected]


On Saturday morning, the Egyptian Muslim Brotherhood held a news conference in which its leader, Muhammad Badie, insisted that the so-called opposition in Egypt is nothing more than criminals and saboteurs and condemned the security forces for allowing the burning of Muslim Brotherhood HQ in Cairo. He complained that an attempt had been made to burn the offices of the newspaper of the ruling Freedom and Justice Party (the civil wing of the Muslim Brotherhood). He read out the names of the Muslim Brothers he said were killed in the clashes between the Brotherhood and the opposition.




On Saturday morning, the Egyptian Muslim Brotherhood held a news conference in which its leader, Muhammad Badie, insisted that the so-called opposition in Egypt is nothing more than criminals and saboteurs and condemned the security forces for allowing the burning of Muslim Brotherhood HQ in Cairo. He complained that an attempt had been made to burn the offices of the newspaper of the ruling Freedom and Justice Party (the civil wing of the Muslim Brotherhood). He read out the names of the Muslim Brothers he said were killed in the clashes between the Brotherhood and the opposition.
The general unwillingness of many of the police and army to intervene actively in favor of President Morsi appears to have put a fright into him and his administration. After earlier being completely inflexible in the face of the protests, they are now hinting that the referendum on the constitution could be postponed past the December 15 date initially designated by Morsi.


Morsi also more or less blamed everything on the NDP, the political party that ruled Egypt exclusively until now, which is both inaccurate and ridiculous. The NDP is irrelevant now. As an Egyptian friend I was talking to last night said, the Brotherhood are still talking as though they’re in the opposition. (Except, I would say, for when they sound eerily like Mubarak, talking about foreign infiltrators and treason and so on.) It just makes them look silly and weak; nobody buys it.
 Crowds at Presidential Palace Break Through Barbed Wire, President offers Dialogue [and gets rejected]


On Saturday morning, the Egyptian Muslim Brotherhood held a news conference in which its leader, Muhammad Badie, insisted that the so-called opposition in Egypt is nothing more than criminals and saboteurs and condemned the security forces for allowing the burning of Muslim Brotherhood HQ in Cairo. He complained that an attempt had been made to burn the offices of the newspaper of the ruling Freedom and Justice Party (the civil wing of the Muslim Brotherhood). He read out the names of the Muslim Brothers he said were killed in the clashes between the Brotherhood and the opposition.




On Saturday morning, the Egyptian Muslim Brotherhood held a news conference in which its leader, Muhammad Badie, insisted that the so-called opposition in Egypt is nothing more than criminals and saboteurs and condemned the security forces for allowing the burning of Muslim Brotherhood HQ in Cairo. He complained that an attempt had been made to burn the offices of the newspaper of the ruling Freedom and Justice Party (the civil wing of the Muslim Brotherhood). He read out the names of the Muslim Brothers he said were killed in the clashes between the Brotherhood and the opposition.
The general unwillingness of many of the police and army to intervene actively in favor of President Morsi appears to have put a fright into him and his administration. After earlier being completely inflexible in the face of the protests, they are now hinting that the referendum on the constitution could be postponed past the December 15 date initially designated by Morsi.


Morsi also more or less blamed everything on the NDP, the political party that ruled Egypt exclusively until now, which is both inaccurate and ridiculous. The NDP is irrelevant now. As an Egyptian friend I was talking to last night said, the Brotherhood are still talking as though they’re in the opposition. (Except, I would say, for when they sound eerily like Mubarak, talking about foreign infiltrators and treason and so on.) It just makes them look silly and weak; nobody buys it.

Crowds at Presidential Palace Break Through Barbed Wire, President offers Dialogue [and gets rejected]

On Saturday morning, the Egyptian Muslim Brotherhood held a news conference in which its leader, Muhammad Badie, insisted that the so-called opposition in Egypt is nothing more than criminals and saboteurs and condemned the security forces for allowing the burning of Muslim Brotherhood HQ in Cairo. He complained that an attempt had been made to burn the offices of the newspaper of the ruling Freedom and Justice Party (the civil wing of the Muslim Brotherhood). He read out the names of the Muslim Brothers he said were killed in the clashes between the Brotherhood and the opposition.

On Saturday morning, the Egyptian Muslim Brotherhood held a news conference in which its leader, Muhammad Badie, insisted that the so-called opposition in Egypt is nothing more than criminals and saboteurs and condemned the security forces for allowing the burning of Muslim Brotherhood HQ in Cairo. He complained that an attempt had been made to burn the offices of the newspaper of the ruling Freedom and Justice Party (the civil wing of the Muslim Brotherhood). He read out the names of the Muslim Brothers he said were killed in the clashes between the Brotherhood and the opposition.

The general unwillingness of many of the police and army to intervene actively in favor of President Morsi appears to have put a fright into him and his administration. After earlier being completely inflexible in the face of the protests, they are now hinting that the referendum on the constitution could be postponed past the December 15 date initially designated by Morsi.

Morsi also more or less blamed everything on the NDP, the political party that ruled Egypt exclusively until now, which is both inaccurate and ridiculous. The NDP is irrelevant now. As an Egyptian friend I was talking to last night said, the Brotherhood are still talking as though they’re in the opposition. (Except, I would say, for when they sound eerily like Mubarak, talking about foreign infiltrators and treason and so on.) It just makes them look silly and weak; nobody buys it.

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