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After the Egyptian Coup

Only days after millions poured into the streets of Cairo to protest Mohamed Morsi’s presidency, the military stepped in to remove Egypt’s first democratically elected leader. Backed by widespread popular support, the military suspended the constitution and named Adli Mansour, chief justice of the Supreme Constitutional Court, interim president until …

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The Muslim Brotherhood's aid programs and their implications in the 2011 Egyptian revolution

The Muslim Brotherhood’s role during Egypt’s January 25 uprisings in 2011 is highly debated. On one hand, many of the Brotherhood’s critics would cite that the group’s leadership initially did not support the protests that would eventually end President Mubarak’s 30-year rule, and were late in joining the protests that …

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The Muslim Brotherhood’s aid programs and their implications in the 2011 Egyptian revolution

The Muslim Brotherhood’s role during Egypt’s January 25 uprisings in 2011 is highly debated. On one hand, many of the Brotherhood’s critics would cite that the group’s leadership initially did not support the protests that would eventually end President Mubarak’s 30-year rule, and were late in joining the protests that …

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