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Tag Archives: Mohamed Morsi
People’s History of Egypt, Epilogue/Update, Section 1, February-October 2013
Millions of Egyptians take to the streets and military deposes Morsi; El-Sisi initiates brutal counterrevolution. By Bob Feldman | The Rag Blog | June 15, 2014 [With all the dramatic activity in Egypt, Bob Feldman’s Rag Blog “people’s history” series, … Continue reading
People’s History of Egypt, Conclusion, Section 2, February 12, 2011-2013
The Egyptian people continue their fight against domination by foreign governments, foreign-based transnational corporations, and foreign government-selected or promoted puppet rulers. By Bob Feldman | The Rag Blog | June 2, 2014 [With all the dramatic activity in Egypt, Bob … Continue reading
Tom Hayden : Egypt is the Liberals’ Slaughterhouse
Egyptian military chief Gen Abdel Fattah al-Sisi speaks to the people after the coup. Photo from AP. Image from The Telegraph. Post-coup Egypt:The liberals’ slaughterhouse The Egyptian coup, for now, marks a dead end for political Islam, and a vindication … Continue reading
Jack A. Smith : What’s Up With the Egyptian Coup?
A man in Tahrir Square with his face painted in Egyptian colors. Image from CNN. Egypt’s coup:Progressive or regressive? It is ironic that the military — formerly loathed for upholding the dictatorship for decades, then further reviled during its controversial … Continue reading
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Tom Hayden : Does Egyptian Coup Augur an Arab Winter?
Throngs in Cairo celebrate the military’s overthrow of Mohamed Morsi, July 3, 2013. Photo by Amr Nabil / AP. An Arab winter?The coup in Egypt If Morsi couldn’t create a new center, the reason might not have been because he … Continue reading