Coup has failed, says military analyst

Coup has failed, says military analyst

A respected military analyst has said that the coup in Egypt “has failed” just two months after the overthrow of elected President Mohammed Morsi. General Safwat El-Zayat noted that anti-coup demonstrations around the country suggest that the coup...
On Egypt’s Class-Struggle: Rabias of the World Unite

On Egypt’s Class-Struggle: Rabias of the World Unite

Anti-coup demonstrator holds the helmet of a protestor shot dead by police as he stands inside a packed field hospital. (Photo: Scott Nelson/Al Jazeera) “Lord! You know well that my keen desire is to carry out Your commandments and to serve Thee with all my...
How some ordinary Egyptians became ‘malicious terrorists’

How some ordinary Egyptians became ‘malicious terrorists’

              Disgust, shame, outrage. All these words apply to the disgrace of Egypt these past six weeks. A military coup, millions of enraged supporters of the democratically elected but deposed dictator – reports that indicate well over 1,000 Muslim Brotherhood...
Egyptian military junta moves to free Mubarak

Egyptian military junta moves to free Mubarak

                            After a week of massacres that have left thousands of unarmed protesters killed or wounded, the Egyptian military junta is moving to free the hated former dictator, Hosni Mubarak, who has sat in prison since a revolutionary uprising of the...
Bloodbath on the Nile

Bloodbath on the Nile

In June 1967, it took Israeli forces only six hours to rout the Egyptian military and devastate its air force, inflicting the most humiliating defeat on the Arab world in the last half century. In the 1973 October war, the Egyptian army killed 2600 Israeli soldiers in...