Supreme Council of Armed Forces

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By K. P. Fabian Now that three years have elapsed since the 2011 Revolution in Egypt, it is pertinent, nay, imperative, to ask the central question: Where is Egypt? Where is it going? On January 25, 2011 Egyptians shed fear of their repressive government that had deprived them of their human rights f...
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Reem Mohamed When women joined men on the streets of Egypt on January 25 2011, they did not organize for a gender revolution; they joined the crowds to chant ‘bread, freedom and social justice.’ This was a big mistake. Led by males, uprisings of the Arab Spring did not prioritize ‘equality’, a crucia...
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Aug 14th, 2012
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1. ‘It’s Never as Bad as It Seems on Twitter’ As analysts scrambled over the weekend to interpret President Mohamed Morsy’s decrees retiring the head of Egypt’s military junta and reversing its June 17 constitutional putsch stripping the presidency of much of its executive power, assessments veered a...
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Apr 19th, 2012
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Cairo – Muslim Brotherhood’s Khairat el-Shater, who has been barred from Egypt’s first post-Arab Spring presidential election, on Wednesday accused the country’s military rulers of seeking to stay in power. “The way the Supreme Council of the Armed Forces (SCAF) runs Egy...
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Apr 14th, 2012
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Cairo – Nearly 40% of Egyptian voters are undecided less than six weeks before the first presidential election since the ouster of veteran strongman Hosni Mubarak, a poll published on Saturday found. A full 38% of respondents said they had yet to make up their minds which of the 23 candidates t...
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Mar 16th, 2012
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A timeline of mounting repression Wael Eskandar A year has passed since the military assumed power after President Hosni Mubarak was ousted. But is Egypt any closer to the freedom and justice it sought when its people rose up against the Mubarak regime? The ruling Supreme Council of Armed Forces (SCA...