Cairo Smoke Signaled Brotherhood Ouster as Army Bit BackAlaa Shahine
The Muslim Brotherhood’s move to a multistory headquarters on a hill overlooking Cairo was supposed to be a symbol of the Islamist group’s triumph over decades of secular, military-led regimes. A year later, it was set on fire and the president it backed was deposed.
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