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Morsi Brought the Second Revolution on Himself

Egyptian President Mohamed Morsi begat the misrule currently gripping his country by ignoring the needs of too many of his fellow citizens, says Egyptian writer and activist Ahdaf Soueif.

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AP/Nariman El-Mofty

Coup Underway in Egypt, Morsi Adviser Says (UPDATED)

A top adviser to embattled Egyptian President Mohamed Morsi said Wednesday that a coup had begun after the Muslim Brotherhood leader again stood firm against military demands that he resign. There are fears now that “considerable bloodshed” could ensue as a result.

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AP/Amr Nabil

Biggest Demonstrations in Egyptian History: Millions Demand Morsi Step Down

The Egyptian military estimated that “millions” of Egyptian demonstrated on Sunday to demand early presidential elections, only one year into the four-year term of President Mohamed Morsi of the Muslim Brotherhood. The nationwide rallies were, the military said, the largest in Egyptian history.

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Jon Stewart Stands Up for ‘Egypt’s Jon Stewart’ After Arrest

Bassem Youssef, the famous Egyptian TV host and influential political satirist, was arrested over the weekend on charges that he insulted Mohamed Morsi and Islam. (As the real Jon Stewart noted, “if insulting the president and Islam were a jailable offense here ... Fox News go bye bye!”)

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AP/Maya Alleruzzo, File

Egypt on the Brink

The announcement by the nation’s leftists and secularists that they will not contest this spring’s elections for the lower house of parliament is a needless disaster that could plunge Egypt into years of unrest.

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Egypt’s New Pharaoh

Morsi and the Muslim Brotherhood, with power in their grasp, are crushing those who stand in the way of single-party rule, and the government’s weapon of choice is the poor.

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The Revolution Continues in Challenge to Morsi

Thousands of Egyptians have taken to the streets to protest a referendum planned for Saturday on a new constitution promoted by Islamist President Mohamed Morsi that would give Muslim clerics a role in shaping laws.

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AP/Kahlil Hamra

Egyptians Protest President Morsi at Mass Rally

Tens of thousands of Egyptians poured back into Cairo’s Tahrir Square on Tuesday for a demonstration against President Mohamed Morsi, who last week granted himself sweeping new powers—before a constitution could be written—claiming they were needed to protect the revolution.

Posted on Nov 27, 2012 READ MORE



AP/Egyptian Presidency

Egyptian Judges Condemn Morsi Decree

Egypt’s highest court has accused President Mohamed Morsi of staging an “unprecedented attack” on the judiciary by granting himself extensive new powers, including a ban on revoking presidential decisions and a prohibition against dissolving the legislative assembly.

Posted on Nov 24, 2012 READ MORE



AP/Hatem Moussa

Dispatches From Cairo: All Children Go to Heaven

“Is this the work of a God-fearing people?” screamed our neighborhood imam over the loudspeakers during Friday’s passionate sermon. The innate hostility in regard to Israel tilts toward hatred.

Posted on Nov 20, 2012 READ MORE



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Egypt Launches Sinai Airstrike

The Egyptian military fired missiles into Sinai for the first time since the 1973 war with Israel, killing 20 Islamic militants accused of attacking security checkpoints 30 miles from the Gaza-Israel border.

Posted on Aug 8, 2012 READ MORE



AP/Enric Marti

Dispatches From Cairo: Brother, Can You Spare a Breeze?

Rolling blackouts turn up the heat and turn off the lights; on the political front, Morsi feels heat of a different sort.

Posted on Aug 7, 2012 READ MORE



AP/Fredrik Persson

Dispatches From Cairo: New President, New Hope

As the days pass, Egyptians seem more and more relaxed, and there is an emerging hope that displays itself in voices less strident, faces less stressed, more smiling, despite the stifling heat. Perhaps the storms of the Arab Spring have finished and now will come the flowering.

Posted on Jun 28, 2012 READ MORE



AP/Khalil Hamra

Muslim Brotherhood’s Morsi Wins Egyptian Election

After taking numerous steps to secure their own base of power, Egypt’s military leaders gave their blessing, and the Muslim Brotherhood’s Mohamed Morsi on Sunday was declared winner of the country’s presidential elections.

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AP/Fredrik Persson

Dispatches From Cairo: Ms. Clinton, Kindly Butt Out

Egyptians, beset by a heat wave and overheated politics, resent American meddling in their contested presidential election.

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AP/Pete Muller

Dispatches From Cairo: Of Presidents and Pharaohs

Results showed a clear majority for Mohamed Morsi, the Muslim Brotherhood candidate, over regime candidate Ahmed Shafiq. But watch out for flames shooting from the military dragon.

Posted on Jun 18, 2012 READ MORE



AP/Amr Nabil

Egypt: Muslim Brotherhood Claims Victory as Military Seizes Power

Mohamed Morsi is the first freely elected president of Egypt, according to his party, the Muslim Brotherhood. But the Islamist candidate, who beat out the man anointed by former dictator Hosni Mubarak in a runoff election Monday, may have few powers to exercise.

Posted on Jun 17, 2012 READ MORE



AP/Kahlil Hamra

Dispatches From Cairo: The Dream Dissolves

A court ruling has inflicted a powerful blow on Egypt’s revolution, stunning hopes for true democracy and reaffirming the control of the old elite.

Posted on Jun 15, 2012 READ MORE



AP/Fredrik Persson

Dispatches From Cairo: Testing Democracy

Here in Cairo every conversation turns to this week’s presidential election, hopefully the first true democratic election in the country’s history.

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