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By Tammy Bruce
Topic - Mohammad Morsi
An Egyptian Muslim Brotherhood supporter reportedly tried to set his fellow employee on fire Saturday after she programmed a pro-army ringtone into her cell phone.
Secrets about how the tragedy happened still remain hidden
Egypt’s Coptic Christians have watched dozens of their churches burn to the ground in recent weeks, but questions exist about the extent to which the Muslim Brotherhood is to blame for the attacks.
The chairman of the Senate Committee on Armed Services said Wednesday that the Egyptian military's ouster of Islamist President Mohammad Morsi is a "coup" that should trigger suspension of aid to Egypt.