Mohammed Morsi

Harper's Lack of Support for Jailed Canadians in Egypt Tells Us a Lot

Yves Engler | Posted 11.24.2013 | Canada Politics
Yves Engler

John Greyson and Tarek Loubani have had the misfortune of being caught up in a repressive climate. The Conservatives clearly support Egypt's military rulers, which is tied to an extreme pro-Israel outlook. If these two courageous individuals are further harmed, blame the pro-Israel/anti-Egyptian democracy forces in this country.

John Greyson -- The Man Syria Needs and Gaza Doesn't

Diane Weber Bederman | Posted 11.17.2013 | Canada
Diane Weber Bederman

Professor Greyson and Tarik Loubani, an emergency doctor from London, Ont., went to Egypt despite the unrest. They seemed not to know about the animosity between Egypt and Gaza, between the Egyptians and Hamas. Now, we Canadians will have to get him out of jail where he has been incarcerated since August 26.

Morsi To Stand Trial On Charges Of Inciting Deadly Violence

AP | Sarah El Deeb | Posted 09.01.2013 | Canada

CAIRO, Egypt -- Egypt's state news agency says the country's top prosecutor has referred ousted Islamist President Mohammed Morsi to trial on charges ...

Turkish PM: Israel Behind Ouster

AP | Posted 08.20.2013 | Canada

ANKARA, Turkey -- Turkey's prime minister says Israel was behind the ouster of Egypt's Islamist President Mohammed Morsi, and that Turkey has evidence...

Canadians Rally Against Mohammed Morsi's Ouster

CP | The Canadian Press | Posted 10.17.2013 | Canada Politics

TORONTO - Demonstrators gathered in some Canadian cities Saturday to protest the military coup that ousted Egyptian president Mohammed Morsi from powe...

Why Did the West Abandon Democracy in Egypt?

Bessma Momani | Posted 09.12.2013 | Canada
Bessma Momani

What we see if we look hard at Mohammed Morsi's last days and hours is a leader almost entirely isolated internationally. Why? Where were his benefactors? Why did Egypt's traditional allies, notably the United States, not stand behind him?

Egyptian Army Kills Dozens

CP | Sarah El Deeb And Maggie Michael, The Associated Press | Posted 09.07.2013 | Canada

CAIRO - Egyptian security forces killed more than 50 supporters of Egypt's ousted president in one of the deadliest single episodes of violence in mor...

Egyptians Need to Learn Democracy Is Imperfect

Yoni Goldstein | Posted 09.07.2013 | Canada
Yoni Goldstein

Morsi was bad, but sometimes not so bad, and that's pretty well par for the course. Just as we are imperfect, so are our leaders, and so is democracy, the nature of which is that not everyone gets what they want all the time. Indeed, in order for the system to work, voters have to be OK with losing -- and trying again, maybe a little bit harder, to win next time. Clearly, this is a concept many Egyptians are having trouble grasping.

Canadian Tweets Express Envy Of Egyptian Action

The Huffington Post Canada | Posted 07.03.2013 | Canada Politics

An Egyptian crowd of millions in Tahrir Square celebrated the army's ouster of President Mohamed Morsi on Wednesday. The army's decision to remove ...

No Backing Down

CP | Hamza Hendawi, The Associated Press | Posted 09.01.2013 | Canada

CAIRO - With a military deadline for a resolution to Egypt's political crisis looming, the country braced for a showdown Wednesday after embattled Pre...

EGYPT ON THE BRINK

CP | Hamza Hendawi, The Associated Press | Posted 08.31.2013 | Canada

CAIRO - Egypt was on edge Tuesday following a "last-chance" ultimatum the military issued to Mohammed Morsi, giving the president and the opposition 4...

Is the Arab Spring Most Strong in Egypt?

Yoni Goldstein | Posted 02.12.2013 | Canada
Yoni Goldstein

In terms of the Arab Spring, Egypt is the most evolved nation. Syria is still mired in phase one; Libya is in phase three. But if the constitution is indeed accepted by the populace. Egypt will have made it to phase six -- it will have effectively completed its transition to democracy. Egypt presents the most significant storyline of the Arab Spring because it offers us the best view of what the future might look like in the Middle East. And what exactly is that?

Morsi Rescinding Decrees An Empty Gesture: Opposition

AP | Hamza Hendawi | Posted 02.08.2013 | Canada

CAIRO, Egypt -- Egypt's liberal opposition called for more protests Sunday, seeking to keep up the momentum of its street campaign after the president...

Egypt's Highest Court Suspends Work Indefinitely

AP | Hamza Hendawi | Posted 02.01.2013 | Canada

CAIRO, Egypt - Egypt's rebellion of the judges against President Mohammed Morsi became complete on Sunday with the country's highest court declaring a...

Egypt's Turmoil Spreads To Stock Index

CP | Hamza Hendawi, The Associated Press | Posted 01.25.2013 | Canada Business

CAIRO - Supporters and opponents of Egypt's president on Sunday grew more entrenched in their potentially destabilizing battle over the Islamist leade...

They're Out! Egypt President Morsi Cuts Military Ties, Orders Retirement

AP | The Associated Press | Posted 08.12.2012 | Canada

CAIRO — Egypt's Islamist president ordered the retirement of the defense minister and chief of staff on Sunday and made the boldest move so far to s...