Last week out of good intentions I posted an open letter to the world trying to explain why Morsy should not stay in power more than that, Egyptian youth who lead the revolution on 25th. Of January 2011 proved to be more than tough like almost all Egyptians while I sat sleepless for thee days on June 2012 trying to imagine Egypt under MB rule and had seen the revolution stolen and sat in despair wondering how many years will stay in that darkness imposed by MB those young people did not give up on their revolution when I saw them in a talk show on TV I got back some of my lost confidence telling myself Egypt will be safe in their hands!
After the June 30th revolution, or, the third wave of January 25 if you will, succeeded in achieving it’s goal to oust ex-President Morsi we have to ask ourselves an important question: do we have to include the Islamic Current or can we just dismiss them from the political process?
We are lucky to witness such historical events in Egypt that next generations will remember forever. We are going to tell our children about these events as our grandfathers used to tell us stories about Orabi and the revolution of 1919.
In his last speech, the rejected president, Mohamed Morsy, has tried to take refuge in his lost legitimacy to avoid stepping down according to the demands of his people. He threatened by the expected violence and chaos. However, I have some notes…
Many speculations are heard about the intense movements of Anne Patterson, the U.S. Ambassador in Egypt, before the revolution of June 30. She met with many political figures including Khairat Al-Shater, whose role is yet not very clear in the presidency (that owe blind obedience to the Guidance Office of the Muslim Brotherhood).
Though many people used to call the Muslim Brotherhood a "national faction", I have never considered them national or even Egyptians. I am not talking here about the former General Guide insulting Egypt and wishing for a Malaysian president for Egypt, which proves Islamism ideology that does not recognize homelands or borders. Thus, they are not national nor Egyptians.
In fact as I write this on 29th. Of June the Egyptian People will stand up -if not already from last night STANDING TELLING MORSY GO AWAY- I plan to be standing up as well so I'll not be able to write so I had to write today, but this will be available to you all on Jully 1st, 2013!
We have reached the day that all people were waiting for the last few days: June 30th. This day is the day Tamarod set for Morsi’s “step down” through demonstrations all over Egypt. The question now is: will today be the end of the Muslim Brotherhood, and the beginning of the Opposition’s power? Or, is this the day the Muslim Brotherhood will dominate over the country?
As 30 June looms ahead, and with Egyptians in overdrive to rally support for their respective causes, a number of questions beg unambiguous, definitive answers. Why, in specific is the rebellion?
I saw the reactions of some angry Coptic youth after the Church had expressed her high estimate for the the military institution. This happened after the announcement of Defense Minister in which he promised to support the will of the people and refuse insulating the army.
The fact that June has always brought the shame of the Egyptian setback in 1967 is about to change. This month is going to bring pride of victory after we get rid of the Muslim Brotherhood's occupation. The Egyptians are going to correct the path, restore the revolution and make its slogans come true including freedom and social justice
Egypt has never experienced a civil war; however, this was changed when the Arab occupation arrived. They brought division, shabbiness and corruption. Moreover, they were used to attack and kill each other, even for nothing.
Being in power, the Muslim Brotherhood sent a clear message to the fanatics and the Islamists that they are welcome to do whatever they want in Egypt, even using slightly different techniques. They knew that it’s time to share the spoils as well as power.
Resuming my count down to 30th.of June is broken as M. Okasha of TV channel Fara3een decided to push forward the star point of this STAND UP to 21st.June and here I wish to say this was best decision he cut down Muslim Brotherhood preparations and introduced unlimited havoc!
What we have seen last Friday from the Muslim Brotherhood and their demonstration in Nasr city led us to an important discovery. We now see that Saudi Arabia played an important role in changing the nature of the Egyptian Society.
In one case, an Egyptian Christian man stabs his wife after she converts to Islam with the support of hard-line Islamists. Then after surrendering to police, he dies in mysterious circumstances, falling from a court building window.
The case of Coptic Christian teacher Demiana Obeid Abdel Nour is a sample of what the Copts face in Egypt. It's repeated charges against peaceful people who're mostly proven innocent at the end. Demiana was accused and convicted however there was no proof that she has already done something wrong.
However many people think that June 30 will bring the end of the Muslim Brotherhood in Egypt, I don't think so. I believe it may only be the beginning.
Resuming my last week post I would say one week down two more left, however having nothing more to say in this subject more then what I already said I wish to point out the strong message sent out upon the lousy Muslim Brotherhood attack on the people who stood up for the Culture of Egypt being assassinated by the new Culture minister new MB Culture minister who see the Ballet Dancing inappropriate and must be banned! -an everlasting classic dance we all grow up admiring the classics of this dances on the Royal Opera and our Opera best shows- a minister of Culture all his cultural wealth is 2 books and an article! This minister dared to sit of the chair Taha Husein, El Akad, Yousef El Sibaee, Abaza and many more writing giants occupied!
Being one of the Egyptians that likes to take the Metro most days, I find that every day the people in the Metro talk about nothing except Morsi and if he should step down or not. Most people are very angry with Morsi, and they mention why. Some of them say that the electricity cuts every day; others say that the water cuts every day too.
The Light of the Desert-Documentary on St Macarius Monastery, Egypt