Don’t tell me you’re surprised about the uprising in Egypt. Tahrir Square is getting to be a regular hangout, only without outdoor cafes. Not much traffic either, unless you are driving a tank, and want to drive through hundreds of thousands of angry people stirred up like the world’s largest hornets nests.
Mubarak was overthrown here. Now there are demonstrations against the Moslem Brotherhood President Morsi, because he wanted to take all the power.
- After power grab, critics wonder if Morsy is Egypt’s next strongman (cnn.com)
- Who Is Coming Out To Protest Against Morsi In Tahrir Square? (ifaynsh.wordpress.com)
- Protests continue… (reuters.com)
- Will Egypt’s Army Defy Morsi? (usnews.com)
- Egypt judges strike to protest president’s decrees (miamiherald.com)
- Egypt: protesters descend on Tahrir Square (guardian.co.uk)
- EGYPT: Egypt’s Salafists rally in Cairo to call for Islamic law (sfluxe.com)
- After power grab, critics wonder if Morsy is Egypt’s next strongman (edition.cnn.com)
- Is Egypt about to become the new Iran? (blogs.telegraph.co.uk)
- Egypt courts stop work in power struggle with president (cbc.ca)