Category Egypt

Popular Coup Stymies Democracy in Egypt

The Egyptian path to democracy has been stymied by a people power backed military coup. Nothing good usually comes from the forceful removal of a democratically elected government, not matter how bad they are governing. Until July 3rd, the Egyptian Muslim Brotherhood had been a model for remaining patient and not resorting to violence to […]

Egypt Burning…Again

On Sunday, Egyptians took to the streets to protest Mohamed Morsi’s year long tenure as president of Egypt. This was the second time in a little over two years that nationwide anti-government protests threatened to overthrow the government. The Egyptian military has called on the government to respond to the demands of people within 48 […]

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