The Muslim Brotherhood and the Egyptian State

Source: Egyptian Institute for Studies Author(s): Mohamed Affan Original Link: The 3 July military coup (2013) and the bloody events that that coincided with and followed it, most notably the dispersal of the Rabaa al-Adawiya and al-Nahda sit-ins, marked the climax of the seven-decade long clash between the State and the...

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Mohammad Affan

Mohammad Affan is the Training Director at Al-Sharq Forum. A medical doctor by training, Affan obtained his MA degree in Political Science from the College of Humanities and Social Sciences at the American University of Cairo (2015). He also holds three post-graduate diplomas: One in “Civil Society and Human Rights”, from the Faculty of Economics

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Morsi’s Death Throws the Brotherhood into Further Turmoil

Source: Carnegie Author(s): Mohammad Affan Original Link: The tragic death of the ousted president Mohammed Morsi in a courtroom cage elicited minimal reaction inside Egypt. Apart from small confrontations between angry protestors and police forces in his hometown and social media campaigns mourning his loss, there was little else. Egyptians seem to be...

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