Death threats against Egyptian president Morsi in retaliation for 'power grab'
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Death threats against Egyptian president Morsi in retaliation for 'power grab'

Cairo : Egypt | Nov 23, 2012 at 1:24 PM PST
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Egypt's new Islamist President Mohamed Morsi

Yes, there are threats of secular Egyptian radicals who reject the rule of the Muslim Brotherhood

But they will fail in any criminal scheme to use violence against Egyptian President Mohammed Morsy

And they are a minority in the Egyptian society and want to seize power in Egypt

They claim they are advocates of democracy in Egypt, but they are shying away from democracy if they do not have in their favor


He said Egyptian President Mohamed Morsi, Tuesday evening, he stands at the same distance from all the Egyptian people.

The President emphasized Morsi, in a speech this evening over the platform set up by thousands of supporters the headquarters of the Presidency of the Republic circumference suburb of Heliopolis in Cairo, he stands with all the sons of Egypt, wherever they are, whether with support or with those who oppose,

The president also stressed Mursi it can not never align with one against one.

The President also stressed Mercy that he would not allow anyone to eating away at the body of the nation, and it is high time to be held accountable, by law,
Ka that anyone who tries to be eating away at the bones of the nation, and if you see a threat to the country will stand a lookout.

Morsi added that this revolution take steps seriously comic,
He pointed out that it was not designed from behind the issuance of any decision or law or constitutional declaration to settle accounts with a


Meanwhile the European Union called Friday by Egyptian President Mohamed Morsi to respect the "democratic process" in the wake of his announcement Thursday group decisions granted absolute powers.

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Ahmed Mohamed Ibrahim is based in Cairo, Kairo, Egypt, and is a Stringer for Allvoices.
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