Egypt After Morsi

    • 11.26.13

      Egypt After Morsi - Part 3

      The morning after the battle on July 5, both sides buried their dead and vowed revenge.

    • 11.26.13

      Egypt After Morsi - Part 2

      All Egypt braced itself for the inevitable backlash. When it came, it would be deadly.

    • 11.26.13

      Egypt After Morsi - Part 1

      On June 30, one year after Egyptians voted for Mohammed Morsi millions of protesters filled central Cairo and town squares across Egypt.

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    • 11.20.13

      The Dying Art of Belly Dancing in Conservative Egypt

      “Nobody [in Egypt] sees this as an acceptable profession. It’s degrading for them. They go into it for the same reasons as a woman in the US goes into prostitution,” said Luna, an American dancer and Harvard graduate who originally moved to Cairo to...

    • 9.1.13

      Revolutionary Youth Return to Streets in Cairo

      On Friday, the revolutionary youth returned, as the "Ahrar Movement" protesters, who rejected both the military rule and the Muslim Brotherhood. They called for a new system, one free from the Muslim Brotherhood, the Army, or the old Mubarak regime.

    • 8.31.13

      Interview With an American Shot and Arrested in Egypt

      This year an Egyptian-American named Mohamed Soltan left the United States to join protesters in Egypt who opposed the military coup that ousted Mohammed Morsi, the Muslim Brotherhood-backed and first democratically elected president. On Tuesday...

    • 8.20.13

      Protests Continue in War-Torn Cairo

      The number of Muslim Brotherhood and pro-Morsi supporters dropped on Monday's protests in Giza, but it was only a couple of hours before altercations took place between the protesters and nearby pro-Army civilians.

    • 7.30.13

      Egypt After Morsi

      Another Egyptian revolution, a military coup or the beginning of a civil war?

    • 7.19.13

      Egypt After Morsi

      The morning after the battle on July 5, both sides buried their dead and vowed revenge. More than 30 people were killed in one day of political violence across Egypt, and the country was spiraling out of control. With both sides unwilling to compromise...