Justice at play in Egypt: Mohammed Morsi sentenced to death

Until a more comprehensive justification is evident, I actually can’t conceptualise the justice at play in Egypt! In July 2013, the Muslim Brotherhood faced its worst dramatic moment, something I considered as their rise and fall in the Egyptian politics, the climax today is far more dramatic. Could the world and particularly the great people of this cradle of civilisation unravel this mystery, please? Continue reading “Justice at play in Egypt: Mohammed Morsi sentenced to death”

The rise and fall of Muslim Brotherhood in Egyptian politics

Nearly a century, since 1928, the Muslim Brotherhood has been at the forefront of Egyptian politics. It was a long and hard journey, which after a general election that followed a fierce people’s revolution, for the first time, their dream came true; they gripped the leadership they had long fought for with Mohammed Morsi at the helm of affairs – the first democratically elected Egyptian president. Just one year after this historic event, Morsi and indeed Muslim Brotherhood lost to another revolution which today 3rd July 2013 culminated in a military intervention or more or less a systematic coup de tat. Continue reading “The rise and fall of Muslim Brotherhood in Egyptian politics”