Al-Sissi just one of the pieces of complex Egyptian mosaic

Al-Sissi just one of the pieces of complex Egyptian mosaic

The article ‘Sissi mania sweeps Egypt’ (The Star Newspaper) by Abigail Hauslohner on 17 October 2013 refers: A mosaic is never understood or seen in its entirety by viewing the individual elements of the piece but rather by stepping back and looking at the collective...
100 days of pure farce

100 days of pure farce

In the end, though, Morsi’s flaws and failures pale into insignificance when compared with the trauma of the past 100 days It has become an almost established tradition for political analysts to review the first 100 days of any president or administration. This...
Can the coup last without more oppression?

Can the coup last without more oppression?

It has been 100 days since a military coup ousted Egypt’s first civilian elected president, Mohammed Morsi on July 3. We don’t know how much Morsi knows about the coup or if he had any inkling of it beforehand, what he did and so on, as he and his aides...
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...
Conscience Movement against coup

Conscience Movement against coup

In Egypt, more than 6000 civilians, including women and children, have been killed, and over 25,000 have been wounded in the massacres since the military coup on 3 July 2013. Unlawful practices and human rights abuses that have been taking place since the deposition...