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Egyptian democratically-elected islamist President Mohamed Morsi was ousted on July 3 by massive protests against the Muslim Brotherhood, ranging from youth and liberal movements to the Salafists of the al-Nour party. The opposition accused President Morsi of betraying the 2011 revolution which culminated in the toppling of long-time President Hosni Mubarak. The fall of President Morsi took place at the initiative of Egypt's military which put him under arrest and has ordered the arrest of a number of Muslim Brotherhood leaders, including their chief Mohamed Badie...
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