Egyptian

By IndepthAfrica
In Article
Jul 15th, 2013
0 Comments
126 Views
After months of turmoil, the far right and the liberal youth are united in their desire for an efficient government By Avi Asher-Schapiro This article originally appeared on Jacobin. As Egyptians battle over the precise definition of a coup, the wording of constitutional declarations, and the future ...
By IndepthAfrica
In Article
Jul 4th, 2013
0 Comments
181 Views
If the detest for Mohamed Morsi’s Muslim Brotherhood came genuinely from Egyptians, I would welcome it since I detest ideologies constructed around ethnicity and religiosity. However, I simply can’t buy the economy as an excuse to sack Morsi.Even angels can’t sort out a shambolic economy botched up b...
By IndepthAfrica
In Egypt
Jul 3rd, 2013
0 Comments
103 Views
The Egyptian Armed Forces first declared, is still declaring and will always declare that it stands distant from political forces. The Armed Forces, based on its insightfulness, has been called by the Egyptian people for help, not to hold the reins of power, yet to discharge its civil responsibility ...
By IndepthAfrica
In Egypt
Jul 3rd, 2013
0 Comments
85 Views
Abdul Fatah Khalil al-Sisi, head of the Egyptian armed forces has announced that Egypt’s constitution has been suspended. In his statement delivered at just after 21.00 hours in Cairo he said the new roadmap will also mean the head of the Constitutional Court will manage the affairs of state until a ...
By IndepthAfrica
In Article
Jun 13th, 2013
0 Comments
96 Views
Teshome Abebe Much has been said and written over the past couple of weeks about Egypt, the Blue Nile, Ethiopia’s determination and resolve, and the national identity. This article is not intended to add to the volumes of responses and musings, some of which appear to be giving advise to the Ethiopia...
By IndepthAfrica
In Djibouti
May 26th, 2013
0 Comments
61 Views
President Mohamed Morsi during his visit to Ethiopia (Photo:Presidency facebook page)   Egyptian President Mohamed Morsi said on Saturday that he had made an agreement with Ethiopia’s Prime Minister Hailemariam Desalegn that both countries’ interests would be addressed during the bui...
By IndepthAfrica
In Article
Mar 19th, 2013
0 Comments
295 Views
By Black T Bvumavaranda Could the great and mighty Pharaohs of Egypt be actually Zimbabweans, or South Africans? Well, here is the evidence: While the contemporary world has ordinarily portrayed Egyptians as being inclined to Arab descendancy, a  little has been said in history about the overwhelming...
By IndepthAfrica
In Egypt
Mar 3rd, 2013
0 Comments
79 Views
Much like Festivus, American diplomacy to the Middle East usually begins with an airing of grievances. These are not the American grievances over decades of terrorism and acts of violent hatred. These are the grievances that are supposedly infuriating the Arab Street. The list begins with Israel, con...
By IndepthAfrica
In Article
Jan 10th, 2013
0 Comments
57 Views
By Abdulrahman Al-Rashed Neither imams nor members of the Muslim Brotherhood and Salafist movements would be able to protect the Egyptian presidency from the wrath of the people when they pay more pounds for one dollar. Every single citizen will pay a dear price, not just the protesters in Tahrir Squ...
By IndepthAfrica
In Article
Dec 11th, 2012
0 Comments
65 Views
Essam El-Erian is the Egyptian Muslim Brotherhood’s top foreign propaganda figure and with the Muslim Brotherhood hard at work seizing power and torturing protesters, he had his work cut out for him when he arrived at the Al-Noor Islamic School in Brooklyn, New York. The Al-Noor School is on the NYPD...