There is a great debate nowadays about what should come first, the Parliamentary elections or the Presidential elections. Some believe that the Presidential elections should come first because that will help the country have stability and move forward. But the problem with that suggestion that it is against the road map settled on the 30th of June, which planned the parliament elections to come first.
In his article in Shorouk newspaper on December 7, Dr. Ebrahim Esawy invited supporters of January 25 revolution who supported the “military coup” to awaken their consciousness and stop doing so. They are invited to stop supporting the dictatorship of the military against the democracy and citizenship. Practically, this should lead to the idea that the state of democracy and citizenship is apparently that one of the Muslim Brotherhood.
At the end of each year, every body has many wishes for himself and his country as well. However, under the current difficult circumstances in Egypt, we should do more than wishing. We have to work hard and exert effort. Yet, I want to share many wishes with you.
At the end of 2013, the great Mandela departed after he had given an example for forgiveness and justice. In this spirit, we should announce the investigation results in all incidents of the last year and hold urgent trials. Innocent people should live in peace and spread love among people.
The best thing the revolution of January 25 has done is increasing personal freedoms, while the worst was causing such panic among seculars from political Islam groups whom are sought to be able to do wonders. However, I believe that phenomenon of political Islam should disappear soon.
The 50-members committee to amend the 2012 constitution has finished all amendments to the Egyptian constitution, which brought us a new constitution that meet the demand of many segments of the Egyptian people after the revolution of June 30.
I won’t start citing the articles and criticizing them as many people would do. Voting in the upcoming referendum on this constitution and keeping the unity of the Egyptian people during that is way more important. Here, I want to say that the new constitution is a good one that deserves to get our support. It takes Egypt to a whole new era of respecting rights, freedoms, equality, citizenship, human rights and democracy.
Old time secrets you used to hid them in a safe, or a diary under your bed or pillow but once you died you never know who might read them and what he would do with! In todays world new methods were introduced to keep your secrets away from curios eyes or ears but mean time new methods were introduced to uncover them this is the new world of intelligence and you never know how soon your secrets will become HEADLINES NEWS!
I have recently read most of the articles in the constitution. I cannot deny that there are many good articles in the constitution, especially that refer to the rights of women and minorities. Also, there are many articles included for the fist time that refer to the Martyrs of the Church in the constitution.
Some so-called young revolutionaries who belong to April 6 movement as well as some socialists have broken the Egyptian law by demonstrating in Talaat Harb Square in Cairo giving big test to the state, challenging its ability to apply the new protest law. They were asked nicely to dismiss their protest until they get a license. However, they refused and verbally abused the police. Thus, they were arrested according to the law.
Yes a thousand times to protest law despite the relentless campaign against it by some so-called political activists who became a real burden for the Egyptian revolution.
Some of those activists were used by the Muslim Brotherhood and other international organizations to create some mess in Egypt. Thus, the state should not give them great concern or listen to them. One of those enemies of the revolution is the founder of the April 6 Movement, Eng. Ahmed Maher. Yet, he is so different form many pure young people who joined his movement and resisted the regime of the Muslim Brotherhood and its constitution suffering a lot for that.
The political scene in Egypt is full of what I call "political prostitution" as everybody is trading on Egypt and doing their best to use it, or else to destroy it. It’s all about being in power even on the dead bodies of the poor as well as the homeland.
The picture is really dark as the so-called political activists are playing a dirty game in order to reach power. Yet, those players have suddenly decided to unite against the protest law, which aims to save Egypt at such significant moment, not caring if the country is destroyed by their demonstration.
The second Article of the Egyptian constitution cites that Islam is the religion of the state, Arabic is the official language, and the principles of Islamic Sharia law are the main source of legislation. This article has always been a controversial one since its
very beginning. However, it was used to make some balance or deals with the Islamists, and at the same time declare that it won’t make a difference to non-Muslims.
Resuming last week’s article in which I said the conspiracy on Egypt and Egyptians is not just Israel or USA or Turkey and Qatar but I included the United Kingdom, just accusations with any proofs? Not Really I already pointed out that Belford promise has to be fulfilled it was or is not enough a piece of land was given to Jews out of Palestine in the middle of a SEA OF ARABIC EXTREEM HATERED they have to protect by all means their creation which was Israel. It seems to the world that Israel could build and develop a really strong entity that serves the world in different ways technologically and they can provide 1st class researches in all fields but we need to keep in mind that Israel was built from all over the world Jews that were born in USA or UK or France and even Germany that crucified them upon the War WII! That is in other worlds those Jews when serving in Israel they come with a wealth of knowledge that initially belonged to their country of birth the British Jews is backed up with the latest of technology Britain could establish, so is the American or France ones they come with their inherited technology they do not have to start from ground zero!
Responsibility is not just a word but it is an action. What has happened to the Copts lately in MInya shows how much the Police and the Government are carless for everything that has happened to the Copts. Up until now, 50 houses have been burned, two have been killed and many have been injured. The Police have left the situation for 2 days without any actions. What does it mean? Does it mean that the Police want to interfere only after Copts have died?
Burning the Egyptian flag in Tahrir Square by Egyptian hands was an extremely shocking scene. However, it brought me some hope as reaching such peak of low sense of belonging to the home country means we will regain it soon. Burning the Egyptian flag has already started 60 years ago when official media told us that we are no more Egyptians, but Arab. Now, after years of struggle, the Egyptians decided they belong to Egypt.
After a strong debate, protest law was passed by the presidency in order to save what can be saved in Egypt and stop its destruction. Soon, human rights activists decided to demonstrat in front of the Shura Council, giving a real test for the sovereignty of the state. However, such act was strongly supported by the Muslim Brotherhood.
Dear reader, don’t be astonished by the title as it is but the truth. Al-Nour ultra conservative party, Freedom and Justice Party and other Islamic parties can not be considered religious parties according to the constitution and law! Consequently, they cannot be banned for being religious!
They have non-Muslim members and anyone can join them without discrimination. Furthermore, their platforms don’t state clearly they aim to establish a religious state. They only talk about an Islamic reference, which is totally fine with Article II of the Egyptian constitution that says the same!
Throughout its history, Egypt has passed through many defeats as well as victories made by its great sons. Yet, the current stage had much more defeats with much less victories. One of these victories was achieved at the the Egyptian foreign affairs. There is a hidden leader who has wisely managed the ministry under the current significant moment.
Last week I spoke Greek, today I speak mathematics, it is our destiny to always turn around what we love, and my eternal love is Egypt/Greece that both suffer for different or similar reasons I’ll put the facts you add them up and make the conclusions!
Sometime ago not very far away there was an article about “If history could repeat itself” and my comment was:-No way it is just humans they do not learn from history and try to repeat old mistakes hopping to rectify the final outcome!
Lately all nation are talking about the demonstrations law. Some of them are with and some are against. Some people think that this law will help the country to calm down and go forward and some others think the opposite, they think that this law will let Egypt back to be police country.
In July 3, 2013, Judge Adly Mansour took over as the interim President after the revolution of June 30. On July 26, 33 million Egyptians gave mandate to the army to fight terrorism in Egypt. In fact, the army did a great job fighting terrorism in Sinai and all over Egypt.
This drove betrayals like Baradei, ex-vice president, Beblawy, the Prime Minister, and others who claim defending the freedoms and democracy crazy. They used the support of other traitor and misleading media to finish the Egyptian state following the schemes of many foreign intelligence agencies.
The revolution of June 30 has achieved a dream of the Egyptian people and especially the Copts to remove the Muslim Brotherhood from power after their great failure that led millions of Egyptians in the streets demanding the overthrown of their government. Furthermore, people have given mandate to the army in order to face the terrorism of the Muslim Brotherhood that planned to destroy the Egyptian history and was about to give away parts of the Egyptian land.
Engineering students at Cairo University begin sit-in over the death of Mohamed Reda, who they say was killed by police on campus