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Morsi’s Ouster and the Struggle to Revive the Egyptian Revolution

by Yoram Meital

Over the past year, a recurrent argument has been sounded that in Egypt, the Arab Spring has turned into an Islamic winter. Those making this claim cited the victories by religious party candidates in free and fair elections to government institutions and the process of Islamization promoted by President Mohamed Morsi.

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