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lol, how did you know sir that am not using it ? apparently from my words, well let me sir correct you, thinking differently does not mean necessarily that one is using his mind & the others are not
second so you are judging the Egyptian case according to an old Pakistani situation !!!!
well that gives me a great image of how you use your BRAIN......

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It's called comparing, again, it's really easy if you try and use that thing in your head. You think Egypt is better off now? Its current situation says otherwise.
 

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I don't really follow Egypt's affairs closely, but can some Egyptian explain what exactly is the difference between Sisi and Mubarak? I certainly don't notice any major difference.
Well both are military dictators who won landslide victories in elections held under their supervision. In the last election Mubarak participated in, he won with almost 90% of the vote (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Egyptian_presidential_election,_2005). Sisi if anything is even more popular apparently, he won 97% of the vote :D (http://www.nytimes.com/2014/06/04/world/middleeast/egypt-sisi-wins-with-97-percent.html)
 

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It's called comparing, again, it's really easy if you try and use that thing in your head. You think Egypt is better off now? Its current situation says otherwise.
Okay then good luck with that thing in your head,
Good luck for PAKISTAN too
 

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