The Muslim Brotherhood branch in Egypt has called for further mass protests in support of the military overthrown President and member of the Muslim Brothers, Mohamed Morsi. The remaining heads of the Muslim Brotherhood in Egypt demanded Pro-Morsi protests in the entire North African country, while an Iranian Member of the [Continue reading…]
The totalitarian dictatorship of Saudi Arabia and the United Arab Emirates (UAE) have pledged together a total sum of $8 billion to Egypt after the military coup by the Egyptian army to overthrow the President Mohamed Morsi as head of the North African country.
by Miri Wood, R.N.,c. Last week, a very weak attempt at satire was made, reporting that Facebook geopolitical analysts would decide whether a revolution or a coup were occurring in Egypt. No mention, of course, was made of the similarities between al Qaeda in Egypt, and al Qaeda in Syria, tossing [Continue reading…]
Aleppo used to be the destination for tourists and visitors from all around the world, having a very historic value, and existing over centuries as the main source of income for thousands of families of some of the world’s most famous merchants and handicraftsmen. Now, Aleppo is left in rubble thanks [Continue reading…]
According to the sources of the Egyptian army, several supporters of the ousted Islamist President Mohamed Morsi and, thus, probably members of the Muslim Brotherhood, have seized two soldiers of the Egyptian military in the capital, Cairo.
The Egyptian army commander General Abdel Fattah al-Sisi ousted the President Mohamed Morsi on July 3 who came into power in June 2012 and, for example, dissolved the constitution of Egypt afterwards. This military coup by the Egyptian army was to expect after the recent weeks and months in Egypt.
The Muslim Brotherhood in Egypt said in a new statement that the Western countries have fully supported the ouster of the Egyptian President Mohamed Morsi and stated that the West thus has backed the military coup against the “first democratically elected president in Egypt” and that this move by the Egyptian [Continue reading…]
Some members of the Muslim Brotherhood and, thus, supporters of the ousted Egyptian Islamist president Mohamed Morsi have stormed a police station in the Egyptian governorate of Giza according to the Egyptian media, while the protests are still continued in Egypt and it seems that the clashes between supporters and opponents [Continue reading…]