FILE -- In this Sunday, March 17, 2013 file photo an Egyptian activist spray paints a slogan in Arabic that reads "Brotherhood are sheep," next to a logo of the Muslim Brotherhood that reads in Arabic "God is great, thank God, prepare," on the walls of the Brotherhood's headquarters during an anti Muslim Brotherhood protest, in Cairo, Egypt. Egyptians are closely following protests in Turkey, a country that has provided the heavily polarized and increasingly impoverished Egyptians with a tantalizing model for marrying Islamist government with a secular establishment and achieving prosperity along the way. Outside the Muslim Brotherhood, most Egyptians have been skeptical about the Brotherhood's analogy with the Turkish model and view it as a tactic to market itself in the West and assuage fears at home of strict Islamic rule. (AP Photo/Nasser Nasser, File)

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FILE -- In this Sunday, March 17, 2013 file photo an Egyptian activist spray paints a slogan in Arabic that reads "Brotherhood are sheep," next to a logo of the Muslim Brotherhood that reads in Arabic "God is great, thank God, prepare," on the walls of the Brotherhood's headquarters during an anti Muslim Brotherhood protest, in Cairo, Egypt. Egyptians are closely following protests in Turkey, a country that has provided the heavily polarized and increasingly impoverished Egyptians with a tantalizing model for marrying Islamist government with a secular establishment and achieving prosperity along the way. Outside the Muslim Brotherhood, most Egyptians have been skeptical about the Brotherhood's analogy with the Turkish model and view it as a tactic to market itself in the West and assuage fears at home of strict Islamic rule. (AP Photo/Nasser Nasser, File)
FILE -- In this Sunday, March 17, 2013 file photo an Egyptian activist spray paints a slogan in Arabic that reads "Brotherhood are sheep," next to a logo of the Muslim Brotherhood that reads in Arabic "God is great, thank God, prepare," on the walls of the Brotherhood's headquarters during an anti Muslim Brotherhood protest, in Cairo, Egypt. Egyptians are closely following protests in Turkey, a country that has provided the heavily polarized and increasingly impoverished Egyptians with a tantalizing model for marrying Islamist government with a secular establishment and achieving prosperity along the way. Outside the Muslim Brotherhood, most Egyptians have been skeptical about the Brotherhood's analogy with the Turkish model and view it as a tactic to market itself in the West and assuage fears at home of strict Islamic rule. (AP Photo/Nasser Nasser, File)
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