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Is Egypt's Media Fueling Political Divide?

  • Cecily Hilleary

Members of the Muslim Brotherhood and supporters of ousted Egyptian President Mohamed Morsi read the Al Ahram newspaper's front page reading, "Public Prosecutor Hesham Barakat had ordered the detention of ousted President Mohamed Mursi for 15 days pending

Members of the Muslim Brotherhood and supporters of ousted Egyptian President Mohamed Morsi read the Al Ahram newspaper's front page reading, "Public Prosecutor Hesham Barakat had ordered the detention of ousted President Mohamed Mursi for 15 days pending

If you're having a hard time understanding the crisis in Egypt, you are not alone. Egyptians themselves are struggling to comprehend events as sensational headlines vie to manipulate public opinion.

Now it seems, Egyptians are more politically divided than they've been in decades, and many are blaming the media

VOA interviewed a number of experts from all sides of the political spectrum and asked them for their thoughts, contained in this Storify, below:

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