Tuesday, November 27, 2012

Protesters oppose Islamic Egyptian dictator

Youthful protesters are in the streets of Cairo today, making known their opposition to an edict issued by the dictator who two years ago replaced Hosni Mubarak.

While an Islamic council drafts a new constitution for the troubled nation, President Mohammed Morsi sought to seize all judicial power from the court system, a stance he backed off of on Monday in a reported effort to maintain the influence of the Islamic council.

Judges, legislators, Arab Spring movement protesters and the U.S. Department of State erupted in protest over the edict.

The president's attempt to spread oil on the waters fell on deaf ears Monday. No one believes him.

C'estla guerre. Vive la liberté. Cherchez la femme, etc.(click here for more feelthy peectures)

- The Legendary 

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