Egypt May Have Already Found Its Khomeini

February 18, 2011  •  From
As Western officials talk nonstop about the spread of democracy, the Muslim Brotherhood rushes to fill the power void in Egypt.

Two weeks ago, when the outcome of the revolution in Egypt was still in doubt, abc correspondent Christiane Amanpour confronted then Vice President Omar Suleiman about the Egyptian “crackdown” on protesters in Tahrir Square. She said supporters of the regime had fired gunshots into the crowd of protesters.

“Do you deny that pro-Mubarak forces or pro-Mubarak loyalists killed protesters in the square?” Amanpour asked.

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