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It was not a meeting if it occurred that the United States is involved and -- don't have any more information on that I would say that.
The Muslim Brotherhood number one.
It is to that it does best which is pretending that it.
That it really understands the situation in and -- desperately.
Trying to recover their way back to their what you have been their previous strategy for getting into power in the first place which is.
That's -- work secretly.
To attack it -- -- actually -- -- to spread blue distortions and lies about their enemies.
But to spread of the division among their enemies.
A report from sky news Arab via an explosive report suggesting that the Muslim Brotherhood is getting together the leaders from Egypt Tunisia.
All throughout the Middle East meeting in Istanbul to talk about one thing.
Getting Mohamed Morsi back into power and getting the Muslim Brotherhood back into power throughout the Middle East.
This as the deputy secretary of state bill burns.
Traveled to Egypt and he met with officials there.
Of the interim government in Egypt.
Saying that the US.
Going to be supportive of Egypt's efforts to set up a government quickly.
We're back with the panel Charles -- about this meeting.
Tried to reverse the Muslim Brotherhood -- fortune.
It's variation that is happening in Turkey because I think.
That in the end of the church is extremely important here -- go on the president of Turkey I think sees himself.
As -- new successor to the Ottoman Empire -- government's attempts to control the Arab world for half a millennium until the first world war.
And now what Jared -- is done by supporting the brotherhood.
He's he sees Turkey now is a great guarantor.
And the ultimately they the senior ally.
Of the Muslims the Sunni Muslims and he that he has seen the brotherhood.
In Gaza in Egypt in northern in northern Africa.
And even though the brotherhood in Syria in the in the civil war as the instruments of this resurgence of Turkish.
Hegemony in the region so all of the and they had their high moment.
With the election of the -- and then within a year.
It's all dissolved.
And that I think he's the great.
Is there any way to salvage this is any way to restore them to power I'm not sure the answer is yes -- the brotherhood would have to go to war.
As -- those of brotherhood did an Algerian and ninety's and lost it looks as if they're gonna go underground instead.
In this document that sky news or -- obtained.
It suggests Maher that's.
The brotherhood believes the only countries you can really trust -- Turkey and cover.
Well they're getting support from both of them.
Certainly Al-Jazeera has been it's even been accused of being so pro brotherhood that a bunch of journalists quit base on based in cutter and supported by that.
Qatari government if that's the correct word.
But look the problem in Egypt is that.
You were the Muslim Brotherhood doesn't really believe in democracy certainly the military doesn't but the liberal secular forces are totally on disorganized and can't win an election.
So if you're gonna have some kind of reconciliation some kind of -- you know national unity government the brotherhood is gonna have to be part of it in some way.
And I don't really know how this gets resolved I mean right now we're back to where we started we have a military government in the ancient.
How I'm heartened that if this document is correct and -- -- Not disinformation or some sort of that the Muslim brother thinks that the -- and Egypt was a real blow.
To the Muslim Brotherhood and Morse is failure to govern adequately yet to keep the forces that -- after after all.
-- right now margin behind and and if he failed to that's a good thing I hope we aggressively push to support friends elsewhere in the region who are neither.
Military nor Muslim Brotherhood that look at times you've got to pick the lesser of two evils and they will -- the military is the lesser.
-- two evils in this case they do seem intent to try not to -- forever to.
Handed over to some kind of civilian leadership.
I think it people have been much to put their history happened a lot of people this is great it's wonderful liberal democracy.
Then a year later it's horrible it's hopeless it's the Arab winter it's going to be a nightmare of the Muslim Brotherhood governing everywhere.
It's a very complex region it is an unbelievable turmoil after being sort of frozen -- Amber first 304050 years I think people should come you'll be patient and but it does mean the US I think in a lot of in a lot in direct ways and some direct ways.
Try to play -- aggressive active role and I think actually the president sending deputy secretary of state burns to Cairo now was a good thing and I.
It is it fair to say and some of the criticism coming from Egypt and and what was the opposition now heading towards interim government.
Was that the US ambassador and Paterson really went out of her way to meet with Muslim Brotherhood leaders even outside the government almost.
Too much so and there was not really any push back from back here in Washington to say hey you camera about the constitution you can't dissolve the Supreme Court -- No I think generally the Obama administration has had too friendly or maybe just to fatalistic the sense -- well the islamists the only game in town so we have to be.
Kind of nice to them but maybe bill -- showing up today as a sign that they've learned that adolescent athletes -- himself content have to do some things over and get them right.
Ran -- on -- -- demonstration.
-- got it wrong for -- -- the more she administration when it supported him but now I think he's getting it right into quietly supporting.
The generals had an attempt to to to put together an interim government of a technical -- instead.
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