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The change in Egypt beyond its borders

While the fall of President Mohamed Mursi may have been welcomed by millions in Egypt, it could pose problems for Hamas in neighboring Gaza. In a Friday prayer service Hamas leader Ismail Haniyeh said that he was not worried. (SOUNDBITE) (Arabic) ISMAIL HANIYEH, HAMAS LEADER, SAYING: "We believe good will emerge from this Arab Spring, these revolutions and the rebirth for these blessed Arab and Islamic nations. We still expect the Arab Spring cycle will continue until its objectives are attained, whether it is internal issues or our Palestinian cause." The group had seen its star rise in the Arab world following a tide of uprisings in 2011 that swept religious-inspired governments to power in Tunisia and Egypt. But political analyst Bassem Zubeidi says current events in Egypt could mean a change in their fortunes. (SOUNDBITE) (Arabic) BASSEM ZUBEIDI, ANALYST SPECIALISED IN HAMAS AND MUSLIM BROTHERHOOD, SAYING: "Because this (Muslim Brotherhood)

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