Protesters run from riot police during clashes near Cairo's Tahrir Square on November 28. Several hundred protesters spent the night in Tahrir Square after a mass rally to denounce President Mohammed Morsi's assumption of expanded powers. (GIANLUIGI GUERCIA/AFP/Getty Images)
The political crisis in Egypt took a new, more dangerous turn today when an all-Islamist assembly suddenly rammed through a new constitution. The move, made to relieve political pressure on President Mohammed Morsi and to outmaneuver the Egyptian High Court, has unified the opposition, which streamed into Tahrir Square to protest. It’s now clear: The Muslim Brotherhood and its Islamist allies, though a powerful force, will not go unchallenged in their drive to dominate the new Egypt.
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