Local Egyptians see nation hanging in the balance

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Farouk El-Baz, College of Arts & Sciences, Center for Remote Sensing

As Egypt began to look more like a war zone on Friday in the wake of massive protests and a military takeover that ended the reign of the nation’s first democratically elected president, Adel Abu-Moustafa and other Egyptians in the Boston area worried about the mounting violence and future of their country…

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“He had an opportunity to rule and make sure the Brotherhood became part of the society. But they became too enamored with their own power and wanted everyone else to shut up.”

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