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Topic - Essam Al-Haddad
Egyptian President Mohamed Morsi refused to resign Wednesday and a top adviser described developments in the North African nation as a "military coup," as a military deadline to defuse the political crisis expired.
"In this day and age, no military coup can succeed in the face of sizeable popular force without considerable bloodshed. Who among you is ready to shoulder that blame?" he added.
"As I write these lines, I am fully aware that these may be the last lines I get to post on this page," Mr. al-Haddad said in a Facebook message. "For the sake of Egypt and for historical accuracy, let's call what is happening by its real name: Military coup."