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Breaking news in the top story frankly in the world this hour the military toppling of the government and the president Egypt.
-- this now is Wally Ferris Middle East analyst and Fox News contributor.
While lead he helped me understand who the leaders of these demonstrations nor.
You know -- you have that's an excellent question because we have been talking non debate about the brotherhood we know what they are.
About the -- -- we more than most likely know who their offices are.
But why they're presented is up twenty million people who from some NATO the day have been spreading throughout -- -- in the net and that balance.
I'll leave -- we -- -- -- balance most of the half of them -- teenagers.
Boys and girls middle class.
-- -- them where -- very active.
Egypt Hollywood spokesperson liberals lawyers judges.
Labor unions and most importantly woman's movement so the question that is why we -- -- -- -- comparing between the brotherhood and the army.
I think we need to begin to.
Engage with the people congress and the administration need to begin to invite them come to America that he wheelock what -- you because the future belongs to them ship.
Not for the army not to the brotherhood.
What we're in a kind of weird place is as Americans at the moment.
We've we supported Mohamed Morsi once he was put into office.
People of the region and certainly of of Egypt felt like we supported him all along because we weren't making a lot of noise about him getting out.
At the same time we gave the military -- billion dollars the military that toppled him where are -- and what do we do.
Well look we are getting that money to the military for obvious reasons we won the Egyptian army to maintain peace with Israel that's control.
We want to Egyptian army enough to contain Hamas then got up and about the -- To maintain security.
Brought this to -- and all and certainly to defend the boarded up Egypt we have recognized more so because he was receiving a majority of -- but guess what -- Half of the people who voted for him -- everybody other than to come out of what we have a -- have been frustrated with this -- you have moved to the opposition -- he hasn't been.
Elected democratically but half of -- voters have moved away from him and he has never you said in the introduction conducted any serious reforms so they did.
Can't we all bets on paper we have been elected democratically and on paper -- it was a -- reality that the revolution protected by the army to back the real person.
Actually -- remembering that the spring of -- the Arab Spring it's 111 began at a fruit stand.
We realize that these sorts of movements sometimes spread and I wondered if you don't think.
That if this bloodless -- works out and they're able to transition peacefully if that's not a very good message for the rest of the region.
I think it did -- -- good message but don't be a lot of problems let's be very objective on the one hand and the power of the brotherhood which was shifting Egypt.
Promising initial revolution from its initial -- that we -- talk.
On Peter's square.
-- -- the vomit regime that's not what the Arab Spring wanted.
Now that the youth and women and middle class and -- should stick back and allow the army to help them.
Get rid of that government.
They don't want meaning that demonstrators don't want the military regime they want democracy.
This -- -- and back -- that phonetic -- in Indonesia and Libya and elsewhere.
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