Egypt: That Was Then, This Is Now

“The United States congratulates Dr. Mohamed Morsi on his victory in Egypt’s Presidential election, and we congratulate the Egyptian people for this milestone in their transition to democracy, […] We look forward to working together with President-elect Morsi and the government he forms, on the basis of mutual respect, to advance the many shared interests between Egypt and the United States, […] We believe in the importance of the new Egyptian government upholding universal values, and respecting the rights of all Egyptian citizens – including women and religious minorities such as Coptic Christians, […]the new Egyptian government has both the legitimacy and responsibility of representing a diverse and courageous citizenry.”– Jay Carney – White House Press Release

That was then.  This is now:


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3 thoughts on “Egypt: That Was Then, This Is Now

  1. King Morsi Farouk is having a bad day:

    Egyptian police battled thousands of protesters outside President Mohamed Mursi’s palace in Cairo on Tuesday, prompting the Islamist leader to leave the building, presidency sources said.

    Officers fired teargas at up to 10,000 demonstrators angered by Mursi’s drive to hold a referendum on a new constitution on December 15. Some broke through police lines around his palace and protested next to the perimeter wall.

  2. Morsi’s Muslim Brotherhood thugs are sent out to rape women protesters…..unlimited powers GIVEN TO HIMSELF BY HIMSELF !

    What an absolute Frigging collosal Joke and Disaster…..Arab Spring…Democratic Uprising !!!

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