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The removal of former Egyptian President Muhammad Morsi has seen the revival of the heated debate over when it is permitted to rebel against a Muslim ruler. At this time the focus of the discussion is [...]
Dr. Reza Pankhurst News that Egyptian courts have ordered the release of former president Hosni Mubarak demonstrated that the regime has removed its final fig leaf, the emperor revealed with no clothes. All other fig leaves [...]
Jeremy R. Hammond On Wednesday, August 14, the Egyptian military perpetrated its third massacre of protesters since it overthrew the democratically elected President Mohamed Morsi in a coup d’etat. The attack occurred in Cairo’s Rabaa al-Adaweya and Nahda squares, where demonstrators [...]
Dr. Mohammed Zahid The removal of President Mursi and the crack down on the Muslim Brotherhood (MB) has raised many questions concerning the future of the movement in Egypt, given that the movement had worked since [...]
Ali Harfouch When Marx wrote vehemently on religion, referring it to‘opium’ he was referring to a particular clerical order which legitimized the Monarchial power-structures shaping the dismal status-quo in the Middle Ages . Religion was sedative, [...]
(A reply to Zaid Shakir’s Al-Jazeera English article “The Egyptian Coup and the Fate of Political Islam”) The military coup against the Muslim Brotherhood backed Morsi administration has seen a revival of the “failure of [...]