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Egypt's Secularists Are Back in Power. But Do They Have the Moral Fiber To Lead?

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By contrast, what can we project as the future slogan of the secularists? Will it be, "I'm superior!"?

Will they be try to divert political discourse in the same racist directions as their American and Israeli counterparts have already? Will it be "razzmatazz and God's-own-country" and "them commie/muslim b'stards," all neatly wrapped in self-obsessed "exceptionalism"? 

Without the requisite moral fiber, what will become of the region's secularists?

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An average Iranian with a keen interest in international affairs. Niloufar is a graduate in Development Studies in the UK, and works as an international consultant in the field of international development (non-profit).

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