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    Re: Egypt leader Morsi orders army chief Tantawi to resign

    Quote Originally Posted by washunut View Post
    Glad you mentioned the Coptics. I have a friend who has relatives in Egypt. He says they all want to leave, but it is not easy.

    That is true... In order to leave Egypt you have to have quite a bit of wealth, a few thousand dollars.
    Secondly, if you are a non-Muslim, unfortunately, you are treated second class. This is all based on personal experience!
    The major problem is their mentality. In Northern Africa the majority of the population are quite backwards even at the times of the golden age for the Arabs, were much advanced than the Arabs today.

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    Re: Egypt leader Morsi orders army chief Tantawi to resign

    Quote Originally Posted by notquiteright View Post
    Course the Muslim Brotherhood was founded by the middle class, educated men.
    New political movements are commonly formed by educated people. At the same time, maintaining control of the followers by the same leaders typically requires blind obedience from "uneducated" followers. The education of the leaders isn't the critical thing, it's the education of the people who follow their bidding that matters.
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    Re: Egypt leader Morsi orders army chief Tantawi to resign

    Quote Originally Posted by EagleAye View Post
    New political movements are commonly formed by educated people. At the same time, maintaining control of the followers by the same leaders typically requires blind obedience from "uneducated" followers. The education of the leaders isn't the critical thing, it's the education of the people who follow their bidding that matters.
    Bravo, well said lol...!

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