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‘‘Egypt has been for sale for too long. It's time to put a stop to this; no longer allow this to continue. We've sold our selves and our dignity to others for too long. The revolution is supposed to restore Egyptian dignity, not create the conditions to sell more of it. Egypt isn't.......’’
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