CAIRO — For millions of Egyptians still reeling from the shock of Wednesday’s state-led massacre, the questions are now very basic: How do you reconcile with people who are prepared to kill you, and how do you stop them from killing again?
I represent an alliance of Egyptians who oppose the military coup that overthrew President Mohammed Morsi in July. Over the last two weeks, we have met with foreign diplomats, including William J. Burns, the American deputy secretary of state. We emphasized our desire to find a peaceful solution.
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