The Second Egyptian Revolution, Democracy & Why the Egyptian People Ousted Morsi

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The Second Egyptian Revolution, Democracy & Why the Egyptian People Ousted Morsi

The Second Egyptian Revolution Jun 30th 2013 (Not a Coup)

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The Second Egyptian Revolution Jun 30th 2013 (Not a Coup)

Three Al-jazeera reporters resign On-Air

Three Al-jazeera reporters resign on-air after refusing to report lies about the Egyptian Army from the channel managers. Will CNN & BBC report this?!

Three Al-jazeera reporters resign On-Air

US Congress and the Egyptian second revolution

Key congressional committee backs Egypt coup http://tinyurl.com/m3wluw4  

US Congress and the Egyptian second revolution

Why the Egyptian Military Fears a Captains’ Revolt

. The generals ruling in Cairo face a new challenge to their authority — rising discontent within the army’s middle ranks. Foreign Policy.. BY PATRICK GALEY | FEBRUARY 16, 2012 CAIRO — Battered by a fractious security situation and embroiled in an escalating feud with the United States, Egypt’s ruling Supreme Council of the Armed Forces (SCAF) has found it easier to take power than to govern. Now, according to Western diplomatic and Egyptian military sources, it’s facing another challenge — maintaining control over [...]

Why the Egyptian Military Fears a Captains' Revolt

Egypt Protest Against Military Rule

Tahrir Square Under Attack: 32 Egyptians Killed, 1,750 Injured in Protests Against Military Rule Mass protests across Egypt have entered a third day, calling on the country’s military rulers to quickly transfer power to a civilian government. The fiercest clashes are taking place in Cairo’s Tahrir Square, where thousands of protesters have battled with security forces since Saturday morning. The Associated Press reports today Egypt’s Ministry of Health has raised its casualty figures to 35 dead and more than 1,750 [...]

Egypt Protest  Against Military Rule

Egypt protests against the generals

Will Egypt’s generals listen to Cairo protesters now?   Demonstrators have returned to Tahrir Square because the army has not relinquished its stranglehold on power – it is Mubarak’s regime, just without Hosni Mubarak. Mubarak’s man: the key military figure is Field Marshal Mohammed Tantawi, chairman of the Supreme Council Photo: DAPD The Telegraph .. David Blair 21 Nov 2011 Less than a year ago, when Tahrir Square was clogged by nothing more dangerous than Cairo’s notorious traffic, Egypt’s weary people [...]

Egypt protests against the generals

Egypt Military and Government control

Egypt Military Aims to Cement Muscular Role in Government    The New York Times By DAVID D. KIRKPATRICK Published: July 16, 2011 CAIRO — The military council governing Egypt is moving to lay down ground rules for a new constitution that would protect and potentially expand its own authority indefinitely, possibly circumscribing the power of future elected officials. The military announced Tuesday that it planned to adopt a “declaration of basic principles” to govern the drafting of a constitution, and liberals here initially [...]

Egypt Military and Government control

U.S. Standing Plunges Across Arab World

U.S. Standing Plunges Across Arab World By Naseema Noor and Jim Lobe* IPS   July 14, 2011 WASHINGTON, The United States’ popularity in the Arab world has plummeted to levels lower than the last year of the George W. Bush administration, according to a new survey of public opinion in six Arab countries released here Wednesday. http://bitly.com/oYFuGr  

U.S. Standing Plunges Across Arab World

Anger is growing again in Tahrir Square. Where is the revolution the crowds fought for?

Mubarak may be gone, but the new order is floundering. In Cairo, Robert Fisk finds fury returning as people still demand change Tuesday, 12 July 2011By Robert Fisk in Cairo    … .. ..    http://ind.pn/oj1C8Q  

Anger is growing again in Tahrir Square. Where is the revolution the crowds fought for?