By Tom Perry (Reuters) – When he joined the race for Egypt’s presidency just five weeks ago, Mohamed Mursi was mocked as the Muslim Brotherhood’s uncharismatic “spare tyre” after its first-choice candidate was disqualified. But the 60-year-old engineer came first in the opening round, according to a Brotherhood tally after most votes were counted, thanks to […]
Archive | May 26, 2012
Professor J. Rufus Fears, of the University of Oklahoma, gives quite an accurate, and learned, view of revolutionary Egypt: its being taken over by Islamic fundamentalists, and its dark future. Part 1 Part 2 Posted by Theodore Shoebat, author of the book For God or For Tyranny.