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.
A Coptic Christian wife working as a tour guide has killed her husband and got rid of his body after years of disagreement with him. However, she was not able to divorce him as the church hasn’t permitted her. Of course, she suffered severely in prison waiting an execution ruling while her children are left alone to suffer exceedingly.
When he was chosen as pope, Abba Tawadros promised to repair the house from inside and to stay away from politics. However, after one year, he has fulfilled none of these two promises. Nothing has been fixed in the house and politics are mixed with pastoral care.
Today I talk Greek, does not mean my loyalty to Egypt is altered neither my loyalty to Greece had ever been affected with my Egyptian loyalty. Bi-ethnical people is hard to explain but I can say it is as difficult as asking you to make a choice and love your father more or your mother!
Egypt is facing a fatal danger again. This time, however, it is with a very dangerous group, some even multi-national terrorists. We all remember what Egypt went through in1990 when terrorists attacked and killed students, politicians, and intellectuals. After 5 years of battling this terrorism, Egypt could finally be victorious over the war. Now terrorism returns more fatal and severe than ever. Christians are being killed in churches, soldiers in Sinai, police members in assassinations, and various types of death are sweeping the country. Bombs are used, as well as explosions, gunshots, and any other means to kill innocent people who are just trying to protect their country.
Many people believe that atheism is a new phenomenon to Egypt. Well, this is not true. Writer Ismael Adham wrote an article entitled: “Why I am an atheist?” which was published in Egypt in the early twentieth century. Yet, the old phenomenon has strongly appeared in Egypt with the increasing amount of freedom after the revolution of January 25.
Crimes are so different from mistakes as they are not easily forgotten and must be given account for. However, if you belong to supporters of the Muslim Brotherhood, you may not notice such big difference between what have been done by Gen. Abdul Fatah al-Sisi and Dr. Mohamed Morsy.
The terrorist group of the Muslim Brotherhood is waging a war of attrition against the Egyptian state in two ways. First, it moves its supporters to protest in vital places causing massive traffic jam. Additionally, they use huge financial support to reserve their presence in the streets hoping that ousted president Mohamed Morsy will come back as leader of their imaginary so-called Islamic caliphate.
Winds of change came upon Egypt after the revolution of 30 June, 2013. Some changes were positive while the others were negative. Yet, it was strong enough to force Superpowers to change its policies in the Middle East.
Unfortunately, this revolution brought people like Mohamed El Baradie, Hazem El Beblawy and others to the scene. Soon, the ugly faces of the traitors were revealed. The government failed to achieve any progress in the economy and worked hard to implement the American agenda to destroy Egypt and return the Muslim Brotherhood to the political scene in Egypt.
Back to home after a long trip to my Homeland, it is really a hard choice between family residing away and the country you’ve grown up in it and it is your homeland.
Due to travelling and settling back in new environment and other hustles only frequent travellers like me know them well, I’m not very up to date neither my computer that took most my efforts in the last few days to update, the very last of the news I had was Kerry
The mystery of the Constitution that we live in nowadays is ridiculous. I have many reservations about this Constitution. First, there is no clear information about what’s going on inside the Fifty Committee. Second, I can feel that there are many differences between its members. Third, there are many difficulties we will expect to face when voting comes, as well as there is no campaign to spread the awareness among the nation.
Last Monday, on November 4th, was an honorable day for Egypt and its people, police and judges. This came as they did their best in order to return Egypt bak to the Egyptian people after it was lost for about three years.
Egypt came back against the will of many arabic and foreign countries and their intelligence agencies, which tried to prevent the trials of leaders of the Muslim Brotherhood by the court of law.
The most dangerous thing in the Egyptian political scene is the division within “Rebel” movement, which reached mutual accusations of corruption and receiving funds from foreign countries. Such divisions comes in favor of the Muslim Brotherhood and makes them very happy as they see the movement that overthrew them collapsing. However, such unexpected success for the movement made many politicians hasten to join the movement after they refused to in the beginning.
Protesters who were in Tahrir Square to commemorate the second anniversary of the deadly Mohamed Mahmoud clashes fight with supporters of Army leader General Abdel Fatal al-Sisi.