Samer Shehata

University of Oklahoma

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Associate Professor of Middle East Studies at the University of Oklahoma; former Assistant Professor of Arab Politics at Georgetown University

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Cairo has been a virtual war zone since this morning, when security forces attacked the encamped supporters of ousted President Mohammed Morsi.

Violence Grips Egypt after Military Crackdown

Cairo has been a virtual war zone since this morning, when security forces attacked the encamped supporters of ousted President Mohammed Morsi.

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Yesterday's bloody violence  has been replaced by uneasy calm as tens of thousands of protesters have gathered following Friday prayers.

The 'Day of Departure' in Egypt?

Yesterday's bloody violence has been replaced by uneasy calm as tens of thousands of protesters have gathered following Friday prayers.

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