very well said by this Sudanese guy, but he is preaching to the wrong people, he is talking with rationality to people that's usually not ready for rational thoughts.
Although I doubt that, we will see. These elections were only result of negotiations between MB and SCAF anyway.Speaking by phone to Gehad el Haddad, Mohammed Morsi’s spokesperson in Cairo, Al Jazeera’s Teymoor Nabili asked if Egypt’s government will be secular once the president-elect takes office:
"In terms of the relationship with politics and religion, yes," el Haddad said. "There will be no religious dominance over political decisions whatsoever."
i dont know but to me this looks like the iranian revolution but with a different script
There goes seeing the Pyramids and exploring an ancient civilization in person.
I don't imagine that the Egyptian military will take the news well.
In light of what happaned in Libya, Tunisia and to a lesser extent Jordan I highly doubt the Muslim Brotherhood would move against what the protests were all about. Democracy, rule of law and economy.
Further more with the military on the outside appearing to positioning themselves as "guardians" in a similar fashion to Turkey I'd not be panicking yet.
Finally! A glorious day for Egypt!
To be precise, revolution in Egypt was largely started by secularists, lot of Copts participated as well (if you remember christians defending muslims during prayers), however MB hijacked it (they joined only later on when they realized that fall of Mubarak is inevitable) and than spread their propaganda through allied clerics and mosques mostly outside biggest cities (in first round it Morsi lost in Cairo, Alexandria or Port Saed). We will see what happens, especially with realion between MB and SCAF but I doubt that MB would go batshyt crazy, they know that Mubarak was hated because of corruption and bad economical situation in the country and loss of tourism and US aid would hamper Egyptian economy to even worse state than it was during Mubarak.
Another opinion by clearly modern secular Egyptian.
So... where do we go from here? Repression and extremist political thought a la 1969, or democracy like they promise (which I doubt, dissolving your parliament doesn't really strike me as "democratic", nor does a military junta, but what do I know?).
Quick question, how do the Israel citizens on this thread feel about this?