Ask the question: does one have separation of Church and State in post election Egypt, with Morsi elected as the representative of the Muslim Brotherhood.

It does matter. That is one of the gains of democracy, without that you have some type of clerical religious dictatorship.


Of course Morsi will tell the world that there is nothing to fear.


Should we take Morsi at his word or should we be sceptical, since the policy of “deceiving” is written right into the Koran as being something which is holy.


We have to examine the history of the Muslim Brotherhood, its foundational essence, its history, its present practice, and the latter on an international scale because this organization IS international.

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