Tag Archives: Morsi

Egypt’s democracy goes from womb to mummy’s tomb

By Ameen Izzadeen It took 60 years for the Central Intelligence Agency to admit this week that it was behind the coup that took place in Teheran in 1953 – and it may be years or decades before we come … Continue reading

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Evidence that the US sponsored coup leaders

By Ameen Izzadeen Two months before Mohammed Morsi was unceremoniously thrown out of office at gunpoint, a PEW poll gave him an approval rate of 53 per cent. No leader in the so-called Tamarod (Rebellion) movement which together with the … Continue reading

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Egypt back to Pharaoh: Why Morsi could not be a Moses

By Ameen Izzadeen Egypt’s Arab Spring in February 2011 succeeded in overthrowing Hosni Mubarak – the pharaoh who ruled the Arab world’s most populous nation for 30 long years — but Mohammed Morsi, the man who replaced him, certainly did … Continue reading

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The ghost of the Pharaoh haunts Egypt again

*If the people lay their freedom at the foot of a ruler, they are unfit for liberty By Ameen Izzadeen Is revolution a sham? The present crisis in Egypt makes one wonder whether the recent revolution that ousted dictator Hosni … Continue reading

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