Egyptian regime thinking of outlawing Muslim Brotherhood. Again.

Danged if I know whether this would be smart, or not:

The Egyptian government […] announced it had begun deliberations on whether to ban the [Muslim] Brotherhood, a long-outlawed organization that swept to power in the country’s first democratic elections a year ago.

Such a ban — which authorities say is rooted in the group’s use of violence — would be a repeat to the decades-long power struggle between the state and the Brotherhood.

For more than a month since the July 3 military overthrow of Morsi, Brotherhood members and supporters have attacked and torched scores of police stations and churches, in retaliation. Shops and houses of Christians have also been targeted.

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To mangle Ringworld, Ace…

…I found your explanation verbose.  Simply scream, and leap.  Seriously, man: if you have problem commenters, get rid of them – especially if they’re costing you money.  At the end of the day, this is a property rights issue, and the person who owns the property is the only one with the rights.  Besides, there’s nothing better than a good banning.

Not that I would know anything about that, of course.

Moe Lane

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