Time running out for Morsi

Photo: Jonathan Rashad

In a direct challenge to Egypt’s ruling military council, the newly-elected President Mohamed Morsi ordered the Parliament to reconvene. The president would be smart to start a confrontation while his mandate is fresh and his supporters are still mobilized. The military’s strategy, meanwhile, always seems to avoid confrontation until the time is ripe and the opposition is weak.

Read Walter Russell Mead’s article for The American Interest for more.


Author: Stand For Israel | July 11, 2012
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  • David
    July 11, 2012
    7:28 pm
     

    When I was younger, (High School in the 50’s)
    Normal disasters were classified as Acts of GOD.
    Iran believes their nuclear facilities are safer because they are deep in the earth.
    GOD controls.

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  • Malcolm
    July 11, 2012
    3:20 pm
     

    Not a big supprise, military not in a big rush to hand over everything Good. How many of us would hand over your power to a unknown. If the military would hand over all the power then, The generals would be in danger now. Let this Morsi earn his power not just take it.

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