Alexandria, 21 January 2013

This House believes Egypt is becoming dangerously divided and intolerant

Since the revolution, the Islamist parties have won every referendum and every election. But how much of the country actually supports them - and where are the faultlines between different sections of society? This debate was held for the first time in Alexandria, which has seen its own share of demonstrations and unrest. Is President Morsi a leader for all Egypt or a politician intent on maximising the power and influence of his own movement. Two years after Egypt's revolution began an overwhelming majority at the New Arab Debates said the country was sinking under the weight of deepening political and religious divisions.

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  • thank you to give us this chance
    Diaa Hashem | 01 February 2013 | 04.48 AM

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