by Chris Bodenner

Yglesias yawns at Ayaan Hirsi Ali's grave warning against the Muslim Brotherhood and Islam in general:

Maybe in 50 or 100 years, folks like Ali and I who don’t believe in God will persuade Egyptians that we’re right. But in the short to medium term, there’s no real alternative to Egypt being governed predominantly by avowed Muslims. And if Islam as such is “the new fascism” then what’s the point in worrying about the Muslim Brotherhood in particular?

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