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In 28 months, Egypt as we had come to know it has vanished into thin air. Where did that Egypt go? I wonder if it will ever return?
In Egypt the weekend consisted of one single day—Friday. It is only in recent years that the weekend shifted to two days, and still not all workplaces follow that rule.
The Supreme Judicial Council announced the reinstatement of Abdel-Maguid Mahmoud to his ex-position as Prosecutor General. By virtue of this verdict, current Prosecutor General Talaat Mostafa’s assignment becomes injudicious. However, President Morsi’s advisors argue that the court’s verdict that overturned Prosecutor General Talaat Abdullah “is not enforceable.” http://bit.ly/11cBjRG
Everyday Egyptians post photos of Cairo, Alexandria, and other Egyptian locations but from previous eras: the 30s, 40s, or 50s. The pictures seem surreal, almost bizarre, in comparison to the shots taken today in these same areas.
Habib El Adly presided over the Egyptian Ministry of Interior from 1997 up till the Jan 25th Revolution in 2012 when he had to be safeguarded as he was rushed out of his office amidst the screams of hatred from bystanders.
It’s two years since the Jan 25th Revolution erupted in Tahrir. The changes, the twists and turns, and the upheavals remain unique to Egypt. Today, we look back and contemplate.
The results are in for the second phase of the Constitution Referendum. The “Yes” vote has again taken the lead. Between the two Saturdays, December 15 and December 22, almost two thirds of those who voted said yes.
When President Morsi announced the Constitutional Decree, on November 22, they could hardly believe their ears.
Should Egypt act against Israel for Gaza strikes?
In Egypt, the goal was to win by playing down the value of minorities, by not giving them much thought or presence, and by assuming they are not there. The battle, and indeed it was a battle, demoted and marginalized minorities. “Our” followers, “our” team, and “our” party are by far more superior and capable than anyone else out there.