الجمعة، أغسطس 02، 2013

Blood in Season

Some observers have long noticed a division of roles between the different factions of the Islamist movement. Some might wear the clean-shaven face of moderation, while others only grow a beard and shave their mustaches, while the jihadists would remain aggressively unshaven and armed. Yet, as many Egyptians have discovered, all these masks fall by the wayside and Islamists adopt a unified stance during fateful times. As an example, during the presidential elections and when the Tamarod campaign was collecting signatures, leaders of the Islamist factions threatened Egyptians that they would “set the country on fire” if they dared to choose a non-Islamist candidate or signed the Tamarod petition asking for early presidential elections.

Read more: http://www.al-monitor.com/pulse/originals/2013/07/egypt-competing-corpses.html#ixzz2alrn2HGA

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