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Please, check if the passage below is grammatically correct. Thanks.
A slogan which the Egyptian protesters keep chanting is: "Tunisia is the solution", that is – the Egyptian masses are following the Tunisian example in which a corrupt president has been overthrown by his people. It is worth noting that this slogan is a play on words since the original slogan is: "Islam is the solution" and it is attributed to the "Muslim Brotherhood". Removing the word "Islam" from the sentence is meant to send a massage both to the Egyptian public and the outside observer that this is not a revolution of the "Muslim Brotherhood".
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