A Revolution Continues
Article published in Civicus:
by Marlyn Tardros, PhD Executive Director of Virtual Activism
The world watched the January 25th revolution which ousted long-time president Hosni Mubarak. Now the world is watching again, this time with less optimism. But this is the story of a people who refuse anything less than freedom. Egyptians of all walks of life are not sleeping in tonight. Everyone throughout Egypt is on the streets determined to continue their revolution which had been interrupted.When Egyptians elected the Islamist President Morsi, they were between a rock and a hard place: the first was a Mubarak-era nominee who many believed would be the end of the revolution, while the second was the Islamist Morsi who made promises of bringing the freedom they so longed for to life. The expression 'squeezed a lemon on themselves' referred to those who elected him in spite of knowing he would not be a good choice.
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