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Security forces fired tear -- today -- pro and anti -- forces clashed in Cairo Egypt.
Tonight chief Washington correspondent James Rosen tells us two weeks after his overthrow.
Present Mohamed Morsi supporters are not giving up in fact -- are joining forces with others across the region.
Are -- ought to be given -- for about a half not a -- from sky news Arabia a sister organization of Fox News an explosive report about a secret emergency session to be held in coming days and is stumble.
That will bring together major Muslim Brotherhood figures from the mideast Europe and the Hamas organization.
There -- plotting a return to power of ousted president Mohamed -- in Egypt and other action to reverse the brotherhood political fortunes.
It was not a meeting if it occurred that the United States is involved and -- don't have any more information on that but an Arabic language planning document obtained by sky news Arabia indicates the attendees are worried about the development of quote unquote ski isms amongst the brotherhood leaders and rank and file.
But they see the Islamist movement across the mideast also suffering from quote fragmentation.
And that they hope to combat these trends in part by means of subterfuge.
The document recommends brotherhood supporters publish files to expose corruption by the Egyptian military and other opponents of the deposed -- government.
And it suggests amplifying the statements of Republican Senator John McCain of Arizona and other US lawmakers who have described the army take -- in Egypt.
As a -- they're going back to their what you have been their previous strategy for getting into power in the first place which is to work secretly -- -- to defame and to spread.
Distortions and lies about their enemies to spread of the division among their -- -- but this is precisely what I have fallen because they didn't understand the mistakes they were managing.
Has American policy makers navigate the choppy waters of post Morsi Egypt they strive to avoid any show favoritism toward any faction.
But in Cairo today deputy secretary of state bill burns the highest ranking US official to meet with the new interim government.
Pointedly did not meet with the Muslim Brotherhood and he hinted strongly Washington's dalliance with the brotherhood is over.
We hope it will be a chance to learn some -- -- -- lessons and and correct some of the mistakes of the past two years.
At the same time birds and other US officials are cautioning the army in Egypt and the interim government there to refrain from politically motivated arrests.
Recent developments show those calls aren't being heeded and that a period of prolonged instability both for Egypt and for the Muslim Brotherhood.
Is in store read more on this of the panel James thank you.
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