Why Egypt's Muslim Brotherhood Can't Go Home

When Mursi's supporters say they won't be going home soon, it's probably true.

There's an arrest warrant out for Mohamed El-Beltagy, but the top Muslim Brotherhood official isn't hard to find. He's among the tens -- and at today's Friday prayers probably hundreds -- of thousands of supporters of the Islamist movement occupying the streets around the Raba'a El-Adaweyya mosque in eastern Cairo.

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