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Morsi The President's Tear

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Muhammad Morsi became the President of the Republic of Egypt through a free and fair democratic election on 30 June 2012. He was the first hafiz (someone who memorises Quran by heart) to be the Egyptian President. Verses from the Quran were the source from which he derives guidance, and with which he manages his affairs as as a leader.

The commander of the Egyptian Armed Force, General Sidqi Subhi once came to intimidate him early in the morning and President Morsi calmly replied, “You are wasting my time when I am supposed to perform Tahajjud.”

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Regrettably, the President’s  power was illegitimately stripped of through a coup d’état led by General Abdul Fattah As-Sisi on 3 July 2013. With the illegal and brural power in hand, As-Sisi chose Adly Mansour, the head of the Supreme Constitutional Court as the interim President. Hazim Al Beblawi was made the prime minister, replacing Hesham Qandil.

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Fera Khalil
This issue should not be forgotten although a number of distressing events has afflicted the umma...

I am afraid that I read the book a year too late but I believe its better late than never. This issue should not be forgotten although a number of distressing events has afflicted the ummah since. I am positive that the situation in Gaza currently will be very different had Morsi remained president. Right now, al Sisi is denying both aid and support to Gaza and also refusing any refugees from Gaza.

The book not only discussed the different response and biasedness towards the military coup (some bias party call it a revolution) that brought the elected President Morsi down but it also discussed issues surrounding the Muslim world. It definitely made me understand that "colonialism and imperialism has never really left but it has only metamorphosed from one form to another". With some money, media and diplomatic pressure, the goals of colonialism can be achieved without a need for weapons or physical war.

Morsi The President's Tear
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