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Erdogan Can Celebrate the Turkish Referendum - For Now

The United States has for decades provided unconditional support for Turkish authoritarianism.

(SAN FRANCISCO) - Erdoğan image by Democracy Chronicles Declaring victory in the recent plebiscite granting him extraordinary powers, Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan consolidated his authoritarian rule.

A new constitutional amendment abolishes the country’s parliamentary system and gives the once-weak executive almost unlimited authority.

Read Full Article (Sep-25-2015 20:30)

The Necessity of Strong Suppression of Popular Movements in Egypt

Could the end of Morsi be near?

(SALEM, Ore.) - Former Egyptian President Mohammed Morsi The Associated Press quoted Prince Khaled al-Attiyah stating that Mohamed Morsi must be soon executed, adding that any delay will cause an increase of violence in Egypt.

He also pointed to the need to deal with the Brotherhood in other countries comprehensively and said: any movement against the Islamic states is doomed to failure. Mohammed Morsi came to power with an authoritarian move.

Read Full Article (Jun-09-2014 15:10)

Outrage in Egypt After String of Sexual Assaults on Women

Authorities investigating other reports of sexual assaults were examining a dozen videos from security cameras. Warning: This Story Contains Graphic Video!

(CAIRO) - A string of sexual assaults on women during celebrations of Egypt's presidential inauguration — including a mass attack on a 19-year-old student who was stripped in Cairo's Tahrir Square — prompted outrage Monday as a video emerged purportedly showing the teenager, bloodied and naked, surrounded by dozens of men.

Seven men were arrested in connection with the assault and police were investigating 27 other complaints of sexual harassment against women during Sunday's rallies by tens of thousands of people celebrating Abdel-Fattah el-Sissi's inauguration.

Read Full Article (May-08-2014 19:15)

Exodus: Israelites` Enduring Deception

“How come the Egyptians, who eye-witnessed the vengeful wrath of the Exodus god, never glorified YHWH nor converted to Judaism soon after?”

(ALEXANDRIA, Egypt) - Exodus Once again I will talk about the Israelite stories. … Why? Because those stories are still alive and being told over and over again. Those stories have the same effect they had thousands of years ago when they were first told.

Their seemingly perpetual impact is not because they surpass the Shakespearean genius but because the Israelites claimed their stories were written down with a pen immersed with divine revelation- their own divine god of course.

Read Full Article (May-01-2014 15:17)

The Silence of Senators Wyden and Merkley on the Major Issues of Egypt and Russia

Why the lack of outrage on the part of mainstream media and the entire Congress along with the President?

(JAMESTOWN, RI) - Oregon’s Senators Wyden and Merkley. Where are the voices of Oregon’s Senators Wyden and Merkley on Egypt? An elected government (isn’t that democracy?) was overthrown by the Egyptian military which is funded by the US government and can only survive with US money, and has established one of the most repressive governments on the planet.

An Egyptian judge, perhaps broke the world’s record by sentencing 683 members of the opposition party to death in an 8 minute trial.

Read Full Article (Apr-01-2014 10:37)

Meet Egypt`s Next Leader

“Muslim Brotherhood is nothing but a blight in the Egyptian contemporary socio-political fabric and wiping it off requires a leader with a vision”

(ALEXANDRIA, Egypt) - Iraq is devastated, Lebanon is worn out, Yemen is collapsing, Sudan is split, Libya is ruins, Palestine is history and Syria is dying and the Gulf states are feeling the tremor approaching … all eyes are on Egypt now.

Welcome to the new Middle East … welcome to the aftermath of designed chaos and fake democracy, or the so called Arab Spring.

Read Full Article (Mar-24-2014 02:02)

529 Morsi Supporters Receive Death Sentences in Egypt Court

The court in Minya, south of the capital, Cairo, issued its ruling after only two sessions in which the defendants' lawyers complained they had no chance to present their case, the Associated Press news agency reports.

(CAIRO) - Egyptian security forces beating up woman; these men are who the Morsi supporters allegedly battled A court in Egypt has sentenced to death 529 supporters of ousted Islamist President Mohammed Morsi. They were convicted of charges including murdering a policeman and attacking police.

The group, members of the banned Muslim Brotherhood, are part of a larger trial involving more than 1,200 Morsi supporters. Egyptian authorities have cracked down harshly on Islamists since Mr Morsi was removed in July.

Read Full Article (Mar-11-2014 01:38)

Egypt`s Shameful Rejection of Mairead Maguire and Other Peace Advocates

The Syria Solidarity Movement declares its support for Mairead Maguire and other exponents of compassion, free speech, human rights and respect for diversity.

(DAMASCUS) - Mairead Maguire The Syria Solidarity Movement views with sadness and dismay the Egyptian government's denial of entry to Nobel Peace Laureate Mairead Maguire for the purpose of transiting to Gaza to attend the International Women's Day commemorations.

Ms. Maguire is a good friend of the Syria Solidarity Movement and has played a central role in the promotion of peace, justice and human rights...

Read Full Article (Mar-04-2014 10:56)

Ukraine vs. Egypt: Chaos in Progress

“Obviously, I was watching the Ukrainian version of the Tahrir Square revolution. Is it a coincidence? Is it only my imagination? … I don’t think so”

(ALEXANDRIA, Egypt) - Cairo vs Kiev Though I’ve never been to Ukraine or Russia before but the minute I started following the news of the huge protests in Kiev, I felt like I was somehow connected /related in a strange way to this Ukrainian revolution.

This whole revolution thing sounded not so unfamiliar to me.

Read Full Article (Feb-22-2014 11:27)

Egypt at War with Hamas

“Muslim Brotherhood and Hamas are not the voice of dissent in the Egyptian or Palestinian political scene, but actually they are the voice of disintegration”

(LONDON) - Egypt vs Hamas While Most Arabs seem to agree to disagree; there are few things they don’t argue over like Israel being the primal enemy of the Arab nation – well, after the so called Arab Spring even that is arguable now.

The fact that Israel is winning the conflict with the Arabs is due to many factors, mainly the US/EU political and military alliance.

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