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Has the Day of the Islamist Arrived?

Neal from PA Wrote: Jun 26, 2012 11:49 AM
“”Are we be so blinded by a tunnel-vision ideology, that we are trapped in our own entrenched positions, too proud to admit our weaknesses, too closed in our minds to appraise the evidence and make sound, unbiased and just decisions? Politics often resonates in polarities, but today the polarities are infused with fanatical loathing that distorts everything, enabling moral preening. Hatred becomes the handmaiden of illogical arguments and impairs both judgment and the pursuit of creative solutions. It clouds our humanity.”” The interplay of good and evil isn't always clear and is often clouded by an intellectual arrogance that keeps otherwise intelligent men and women from seeing and doing “what's right” and avoiding “what’s wrong”.
Sixteen months after the United States abandoned its loyal satrap of 30 years, President Hosni Mubarak, to champion democracy in Egypt, the returns are in.

Mohammed Morsi, candidate of the Muslim Brotherhood, is president of Egypt, while the military has dissolved the elected parliament that was dominated by the Brotherhood, and curbed his powers.

The military and the mullahs will fight for the future of a country that is home to one in four Arabs. The soldiers who have dominated Egypt since the ouster of King Farouk in 1952 show no willingness to surrender what they have long controlled of the...