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Break the Will: Coup and Revolution Strategies

In order for the sweeping second wave of the January 25 (2011) Revolution to succeed in crushing the traitorous coup, it must build strong free popular will that accepts difference

Wael Haddara: We lost our country on July 3rd (Full transcripts)

Let’s begin with the Jan. 25, [2011], revolution. The relationship between the Muslim Brotherhood — not so much the young revolutionaries, not the youth wing, but the old guard of

Anti-Coup Alliance Statement: Major Massacre During Crackdown Against Rabaa and Nahda Sit-Ins

Egypt’s coalition of pro-legitimacy, pro-Morsi groups and movements condemn the latest state violence and atrocities and exhorts people to persist in peaceful protests.

Development is Freedom: Statement by Economists Against the Coup

Economists Against the Coup statement denounces military rule, and assures national development and progress can only be achieved in the shade of freedom, choice and creativity.

Statement by Pro-Democracy Pro-Morsi Protestors in Response to Al-Sisi Speech

Peaceful sit-in protests issue their own statement to condemn commander Al-Sisi’s actions, from the illegitimate coup to the massacre of worshipers and the witch hunt to stifle opposition and dissent.

The current conflict is between democracy, governance, and the military coup; not the Brotherhood and

The matter at hand during this difficult time, which began with the events on June 30 2013 and culminated in a military coup on July 3 2013, is not the

Democracy Defense Front Statement on the Legal Status of the Coup in Egypt

On July 3, 2013 Egypt’s army commander, the Defense Minister, mounted a full-fledged coup d’état against the legitimate elected President of Egypt and suspended the Constitution endorsed by popular referendum

Excerpts from Egyptian President Morsi Wednesday 26 June Speech

The speech of President Morsi Wednesday included a number of revolutionary decisions for immediate implementation to solve citizens’ problems and achieve security and stability across Egypt.

Egypt Muslim Brotherhood Pays Tribute to All Who Helped Free Kidnapped Soldiers in Sinai

Hailing the peaceful end to the hostage incident in Sinai, the Brotherhood urges greater endeavors for development of the whole region.

Egypt Commander-in-Chief Al-Sisi: Army Will Not Police Streets; the Ballot Box is the Solution

Army chief Al-Sisi calls on all Egyptians to close ranks, face democratic transformation challenges and work selflessly to serve the homeland and its higher interests.