Hard-Line Islamists Getting Disillusioned With Egyptian President Mohammed Morsi

The Muslim Brother is not moving fast enough for them


 As the first year of Mohamed Morsi's presidency draws to a close later this month, this country is bracing for what organizers promise will be massive protests by liberal and secular Egyptians who demand his ouster.

But Egypt's first democratically elected leader also faces growing disenchantment from an unexpected quarter: the Islamists who voted for him.