Morsi courts trouble again; orders two top generals to retire

Rick Moran American Thinker 8/12/2012

Egypt’s President Mohammed Morsi has engineered another dangerous confrontation with the military council that holds most of the power in the country.

On Sunday, he fired the nation’s two top generals, including Field Marshall Hussein Tantawi who heads up the Supreme Council of the Armed Forces (SCAF) — the organization […]

Egyptian Secular Parties Condemn Obama Administration for Supporting Muslim Brotherhood

Jim Hoft GatewayPundit 6/23/2012

Mahmoud Salem, whom most of you know as the Sandmonkey, an Egyptian blogger, spoke with CNN yesterday about the Egyptian Presidential election. Sandmonkey believes the Obama administration is backing the Muslim Brotherhood candidate, Mohamed Morsi.

Egyptian secular leaders held a rally today condemning the US administration’s support for the Muslim Brotherhood […]

Muslim Brotherhood, other Islamists win big in Egypt’s elections

Jim Kouri Law Enforcement Examiner 1/22/2012

In spite of its election victories, the Muslim Brotherhood continues to instigate large-scale protests against the military. Credits: Al Jazeera

The Freedom and Justice Party, the political arm of Egypt’s Muslim Brotherhood, won 235 or 47.2 percent of the seats in the People’s Assembly (lower house of […]