Local reporting: What’s happening in Egypt?

By Aly Nour, 5th July 2013

I have been asked this question lately from many of my friends worldwide, who cares about me personally and who care about what is happening in Egypt. I thought that it is better to write a little description for the situation from my point of view.

After a movement started months ago called “Tamarod” means rebellion, they collected over 22 million signatures of the Egyptians to remove the Mursi’s regime

We had the biggest revolution ever in the history of mankind on the 30th of June as CNN called it, more than 30 million Egyptians went to the streets in all the Egyptians cities asking the Egyptian president Mursi to step down, the demonstrations were described to be peaceful and civilized to the maximum and what was incredible that there was no leader for this revolution directing the movements. On the other hand the regime supporters were also there in the streets and calling Mursi to stand still.

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