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Tarek

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  • How Egypt's Revolution veered toward Authoritarian Crackdown
    • Mohammed Fadel is a well known professor of Law:
      link to law.utoronto.ca

      The article makes a strange leap of logic though... The current government is doing bad practices X to suppress the previous regime... Therefore, the revolutionaries are at fault. Jumped from the authoritarian current regime, over the authoritarian previous regime, to the WEAKEST party (the revolutionary youth who opposed Mubarak and Morsi).

      Does Prof Fadel suggest that if ALL the young revolutionaries had stayed at home June 30th and Morsi's ouster would NOT have happened? Or Sisi would have been any more "graceful" in his crushing of the Rabia sit in or the brotherhood?

      Why not place the bulk of the blame on those who committed the bulk of the crimes... The MB when they were in power?

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