Schlimm ist das. Ich hoffe sehr, dass in Ägypten langsam mal Vernunft einkehrt.
Events in Egypt are escalating so quickly that I’ve written about five different drafts of this blog post.
Q) As transformations in the country’s turbulent political sphere take centre stage in our global media, which issue has, yet again, been sidelined?
A) The most sickening, horrific abuse of human rights in Egypt: the use of sexual violence against women in Tahrir.
Morsi has been overthrown, and the Supreme Council of the Armed Forces (SCAF) has stepped in to help provide „transitional government“, promising new elections on an as yet unspecified future date. The last time SCAF stepped in after Mubarak’s deposition in 2011, its apparent persistent attempts to cling onto power, along with its defence of horrific violence used against protestors during the revolution, provoked fear and cynicism from the Egyptian people until Morsi was finally handed the baton in June 2012. Morsi’s presidency brought disappointment, disillusionment, and immense frustration with suspected power-grabbing…
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