This is the video that sort of started it all. Well, actually it was the arrest of Egyptian satirist Bassem Youssef’ that really started it all!
The Muslim Brotherhood’s interrogation of Bassem Youssef has attracted international attention, with some condemning the arrest as the new leadership’s failure.
After Mohammed Mursi was installed as president in June 2012 after a series of protests and the (illusion of a revolution) Arab uprising, his policies led the Egyptians to the conclusion that Mursi was just another dictator only with a stricter Islamic agenda.
The uprising in Egypt started off from January 25, 2011. Following a series of events in the Arab region where years old tyrant dictatorships were being overthrown by pro-democracy supporters. The events are also referred to as the ‘Egyptian Revolution of 2011’, though Egypt remains without any change or visible revolution to date.
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