‘We’ll come out against Morsi as we did Mubarak’

Widespread anger at the Muslim Brotherhood simmers in Egypt ahead of 2-year anniversary of popular revolution.

By MELANIE LIDMAN, JPOST CORRESPONDENT
January 25, 2013 04:12
4 minute read.
Egyptian man steps on poster of President Mohamed Morsi in Cairo

Egyptian man steps on poster of President Mohamed Morsi 370. (photo credit: MELANIE LIDMAN)

 
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CAIRO – On January 24, 2011, Tahrir Square was like any other major rotary in Cairo – congested with cars, teeming with people, beggars pleading with passersby and tourists snapping photos of the famously pink Egyptian Museum.

The next day, the square exploded with protests, a popular revolution over 18 days that swept president Hosni Mubarak out of power after 30 years.



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