World Bulletin / News Desk
Given numerous calls to violence against Brotherhood supporters, how much of Egypt's populace has bought into the government's rhetoric? This question is posed by an interesting article in the Middle East Monitor, highlighting the influence of the Egyptian government on media and how it is used to direct it to its advantage, misrepresenting the truth.
Read the article here.
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