Sunday, June 30th in Cairo



Today in Tahrir  Square,  there are at least 100,000 demonstrators gathered to protest President Morsi, who was elected one year ago today.  The Egyptians have discovered “Power to the People!” There is reporting of a possible new revolution beginning.  According to the demonstrators,  Morsi  has failed to tackle economic and security issues while putting the agenda of Muslim Brotherhood before the country’s wider interests.Image

Last night, demonstrators camped out9D14805D-1D16-4066-8FBF-94FC1EC2DD68_mw1024_n_s in the square which brought back images of protectors who brought about the fall of ex-president Hosni Mubark, in February 2012.


It seems the same demonstration with only the picture of the leader that has changed. Mubarak lived and ruled as an absolute ruler for 30 years. He seemed a reincarnation of the ancient pharaohs.  There is a story of him riding through the streets of Cairo and remarking that “There is no traffic problem in Cairo!” after his aides had…

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