BREAKING: Morsi removed. Under house arrest. Tanks on the move in Cairo. Is Egypt on the brink of civil war?

In an image taken from state TV, Gen. Abdel Fatah al-Sissi said the military acted in "public service." (AFP/Getty Images; Washington Post)

In an image taken from state TV, Gen. Abdel Fatah al-Sissi said the military acted in “public service.” (AFP/Getty Images; Washington Post)

(Jerusalem, Israel) — In two days, we will host the 2013 Epicenter Conference here in Jerusalem amidst a horrific civil war in Syria and the very present possibility of a civil war in Egypt. As I write this at 9pm local time, here are the latest developments:

Among the main questions now is whether the Muslim Brotherhood — the region’s original Radical Jihadist organization — will fight back, plunging Egypt into a civil war. Here’s the latest coverage and analysis.

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