LIGNET: Massacre in Egypt Could Lead to Civil War

Monday, 08 Jul 2013 02:23 PM

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Muslim Brotherhood supporters of deposed President Mohammed Morsi clash with police outside the Republican Guards base in Cairo early today. At least 51 were killed and 300 wounded in the violence. (AFP/Getty Images)
The deaths of more than 50 members of the Muslim Brotherhood in Cairo today may trigger widespread violence and lead the political wing of the Brotherhood to rise up against Egypt’s military. It’s not only a major setback for the military's efforts to pull together an interim government to bring stability to Egypt after several days of mass protests, but could signal the start of a civil war similar to the conflict now raging in Syria.

Click here to read the full analysis from top intelligence experts at LIGNET.com.





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