Egypt Military Enlists Religion to Quell Ranks
New York Times (blog)
CAIRO — The Egyptian military has enlisted Muslim scholars in a propaganda campaign to persuade soldiers and policemen that they have a religious duty to obey orders to use deadly force against supporters of the ousted president, Mohamed Morsi.
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We condemn the horrific violence and killing perpetrated by Egypt's Supreme Council of the Armed Forces (Scaf). The massacre of hundreds of Egyptians by the army is clearly part of an attempt to destroy the Muslim Brotherhood as an effective political ...
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New York Times
Mohamed Morsi, the Muslim Brotherhood leader and freshly ousted president, languishes in one jail cell, while Hosni Mubarak, the despised autocrat who led Egypt for 30 years, has just been released from another. The turmoil highlights the central role ...
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Egypt's Christians Caught in Cross Fire
Egypt's Christians, who make up about 10% of the Muslim-majority country, have been caught in the political cross fire and found themselves scapegoats for supporting the military's ouster of President Mohamed Morsi of the Muslim Brotherhood. Outside St.
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Coptic Christians in Washington DC protest US stand on Egypt conflict
While Egypt and Syria burn, Obama is Arsonist in Chief
Egypt is currently embroiled in the third violent overthrow of its leadership in the past three years. While the army seeks to stabilize the population in Cairo, nationwide the Muslim Brotherhood-backed rebels have been attacking the Christian Egyptian ...
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Caf confirm Egypt will host two Champions League games
The Confederation of African Football (Caf) has confirmed that two key African Champions League matches, involving Egyptian sides Al Ahly and Zamalek, will go ahead in Egypt next weekend despite the continued civil unrest affecting the country. Holders ...
Jali returns for Egypt trip
Egyptians in Canada 'just as divided' as in Egypt
Fadel, who left Egypt as a child, said screaming matches have broken out at local mosques due to the “hysteria” gripping Egyptians in the wake of the ouster of President Mohammed Morsi and bloody clashes between his Muslim Brotherhood, the military and ...
5 Days After Closing Border, Egypt Opens Crossing to Gaza
New York Times (blog)
GAZA — Egypt reopened its borders with the Gaza Strip on Saturday five days after closing the crossing, which had prevented people from entering or leaving the Palestinian enclave and deepened its isolation from the rest of the world. World Twitter Logo.
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Egypt Shows Why Foreign Arms Sales Won't Sustain The Defense Industrial Base
Egypt has been assembling M1A2 tanks for many years using kits provided by contractor General Dynamics. The Army is helping GD to sell the tanks in other countries, but trying to sustain the nation's last remaining tank plant with nothing but foreign ...