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Confrontation on Egyptian streets, but who's on whose side?

Confrontation on Egyptian streets, but who's on whose side?

Raw footage from Cairo's Tahir Square following a night of massive unrest. Evidence that the tide is turning and, quite possibly for better, the Middle East is changed forever.

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Guest: (2455 days ago)
the soldiers did a really good job and remained very calm
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the soldiers did a really good job and remained very calm
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Guest: slimfandango (2455 days ago)
this will be the start of world war III. A bunch of muslim fundamentalists will take over the last buffer the West had in the Middle East, and the whole place will erupt. Chucked a dictator out by force, expecting a slightly disrupted land to become a haven of peace and democracy......RING ANY BELLS?
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this will be the start of world war III. A bunch of muslim fundamentalists will take over the last buffer the West had in the Middle East, and the whole place will erupt. Chucked a dictator out by force, expecting a slightly disrupted land to become a haven of peace and democracy......RING ANY BELLS?
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Guest: Jack (2455 days ago)
Latest comment: Yeah as soon as these people vote who they like and not whom we like, we will bomb the shit out of them and start WW3 and its all their fault.
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Latest comment: Yeah as soon as these people vote who they like and not whom we like, we will bomb the shit out of them and start WW3 and its all their fault.
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