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What Egypt needs, if stability is the sought-after goal, is not a law restricting protests, but laws establishing the parameters for interior ministry reform

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The Muslim Brotherhood believes it is fighting forces bent upon its destruction; the international media sees a confrontation between democratically elected Islamists and spoil-sport secularists. What's the reality?

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President Morsi's attempt to seize sweeping powers for himself has Egypt more divided than ever; the ball is now in the the opposition's hands

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For Egyptians President Morsi's failure or success will be his own, not Islam's. Egypt saw a number of revolutions in the 20th century, it may well see another one in the 21st

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President Morsi cannot claim to represent even a majority of Egyptians, while measures claimed to be rooted in "revolutionary legitimacy" require overwhelming support from the people

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