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Egypt After Arab Spring

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Egypt - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

The English name Egypt is derived from the ancient Greek (Αἴγυπτος), via Middle French Egypte and Latin . It is reflected in early Greek Linear B tablets as a-ku-pi-ti-yo. The adjective aigýpti-, aigýptios was borrowed into Coptic as , and from there into Arabic as , back formed into قبط , whence English .

Hosni Mubarak - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Mubarak was ousted after 18 days of demonstrations during the 2011 Egyptian revolution when, on 11 February 2011, Vice President Omar Suleiman announced that Mubarak had resigned as president and transferred authority to the Supreme Council of the Armed Forces.

Mohamed Morsi - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Morsi was born in the Sharqia Governorate, in northern Egypt, of modest provincial origin, in the village of El-Adwah, north of Cairo, on 8 August 1951. His father was a farmer and his mother a housewife. He is the eldest of five brothers, and told journalists that he remembers being taken to school on the back of a donkey.

Egyptian constitutional referendum, 2012 - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

A constitutional referendum was held in Egypt in two rounds on 15 and 22 December 2012. Egyptians living abroad were scheduled to vote between 8 and 11 December. Voting for expatriates had been delayed until 12 December 2012 and was extended until 17 December 2012.

Religious Tensions Escalate In Egypt Amid Violence : NPR

Egypt suffered the worst religious violence over the weekend that it has seen since President Morsi came to power last year. Egyptians are already struggling with an economic crisis and political instability. Now, religious tensions appear to be boiling over. Copyright © 2013 NPR. For personal, noncommercial use only.

In Egypt, the Silent Majority is Still Silent · Global Voices

Egyptians went to the polls to vote on a new constitution, being pushed for and supported by president Mohamed Morsi and his Muslim Brotherhood Freedom and Justice Party.

Timeline of the Arab Spring - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

The Arab Spring, as described in chronological order, can be said to have started on December 17, 2010, with Mohamed Bouazizi's self-immolation in Tunisia. As of April 2013, the Arab Spring is ongoing. US President Barack Obama issued the secret Presidential Study Directive 11, asking agencies to prepare for change.

Muslim Brotherhood - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

The Society of the Muslim Brothers ( Arabic: جماعة الإخوان المسلمين‎, often simply: الإخوان المسلمون, the Muslim Brotherhood, transliterated: al-ʾIkḫwān al-Muslimūn ) is the Arab world's most influential and one of the largest Islamic movements,and is the largest political opposition organization in many Arab states.

Star and crescent - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

A star (or stars) and crescent featuring in some combination form the basis of symbols widely found across the ancient world, with examples attested from the Eastern Mediterranean and Central Asia. The early Muslim community did not have a symbol.