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Egyptian Activists Seek to Re-define National Politicsi
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Heather Murdock
May 27, 2014 8:15 PM
As Egyptian military supporters celebrate their triumph over the Muslim Brotherhood, youth activists say their own support base has dwindled, and opposing the government is increasingly dangerous. But they say going forward, they hope to re-define Egyptian politics, as neither for, nor against Islamism, but for or against democracy. Heather Murdock has more for VOA from Cairo.

Egyptian Activists Seek to Re-define National Politics

Heather Murdock

Published May 27, 2014

As Egyptian military supporters celebrate their triumph over the Muslim Brotherhood, youth activists say their own support base has dwindled, and opposing the government is increasingly dangerous. But they say going forward, they hope to re-define Egyptian politics, as neither for, nor against Islamism, but for or against democracy. Heather Murdock has more for VOA from Cairo.


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