In Egypt, one coup leads to another - The Washington Post

In Egypt, one coup leads to another - The Washington Post...
washingtonpost.com 15/07/2013 News

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It may be one of the most remarkable political rants ever caught on television. On the day before Egypt’s coup, opposition activist Ehab al-Khouli launched into a vociferous diatribe when asked about Mohamed Morsi’s last public speech as president.

“This ‘former’ president is addicted to his throne,” he screamed, gesturing wildly. “This man is a liar and a deceiver.” He gasped for breath and doubled over, coughing, as the talk show host pleaded with him to calm down. But he continued — beating the table, jumping out of his chair — for nearly four minutes. Egypt’s coup exacerbates political frustrations....

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