Archive for July 3rd, 2013

Obama White House Threatens Egyptian Military Unless Morsi is Restored to Power!
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Obama White House Threatens Egyptian Military Unless Morsi is Restored to Power!

  One of countless anti-Obama and Anti-US interference banners and signs seen today at Tahrir square. The people of egypt are claiming that the Obama administration is trying to keep morsi in power through threats and INTIMIDATION.   US President Barack Obama is standing behind the wildly unpopular regime in Egypt as the military coup proceeded in […]

STRANGER THAN FICTION: Syrian Dictator Assad Says Egypt’s Morsi Must Step Down
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STRANGER THAN FICTION: Syrian Dictator Assad Says Egypt’s Morsi Must Step Down

In a “stranger-than-fiction” turn of events, the Syrian dictator Bashar al-Assad, fighting to crush a two-year-old uprising that started with peaceful calls for reform, said on Wednesday that Egyptian President Mohamed Mursi should step down for the sake of his country. Relishing the possible downfall of one of Assad’s most vocal critics, Syrian television carried […]

Egypt’s Muslim Brotherhood Leaders Arrested By Military, As the People Rage At Obama
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Egypt’s Muslim Brotherhood Leaders Arrested By Military, As the People Rage At Obama

Egyptian sources report that senior officials in the Muslim Brotherhood have been placed under house arrest and the military is securing strategic facilities across the country. But as Egypt’s Muslim Brotherhood Leader are arrested by the military, the People Rage at Obama for his perceived support of Morsi. Predictably, the Obama administration’s efforts to practive a “nuanced” foreign […]

COUP!
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COUP!

As Wednesday dawns in Egypt, the last moments of the military’s ultimatum to president Morsi tick ever-closer, with new calls from Mohamed al-Beltagui, a Muslim Brotherhood Leader for “Martyrdom” to stop coup. This comes after the armed forces gave all parties, including Islamist President Mohammed Morsi, until Wednesday to resolve their differences. “Seeking martyrdom to prevent this […]

Taksim Square and Elsewhere: Analyzing The Nature of Revolutions and Protests
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Taksim Square and Elsewhere: Analyzing The Nature of Revolutions and Protests

By Sufyan bin Uzayr Human history has always been a story of reform on one hand and revolution on the other. No matter what the circumstances or conditions be, time and again, humanity has witnessed its share of uprisings and unrest, which in turn have resulted in a change in the social order, be it […]

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