Egypt’s Second Republic and the Muslim Brotherhood.




Dakrory, Ahmed Sherif

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This thesis describes the consequences of the mass uprisings in Egypt in January, 2011, that led to a revolution that still going on with all its furious events for almost three years. When I choose this subject I was trying to understand through two years and a half, how the political scene was changing dramatically from incident to another. When the first elected president came to power, every Egyptian had an aspiration of a new era of freedom and dignity. However, for almost a year, the new elected president along with his party of the Muslim brotherhood didn’t achieve any of those aspirations. Some argued it’s the new religious fascis t regime; others argued that it’s the old forces of the former regime that’s trying to fight back the reformations, in order to still exist on the ground. There is only one fact that I believe in and it was the driving force behind this project, it is that the Egyptian people are unpredictable, where nothing is expected or predict with Egypt and certainly after the downfall of “Morsi on July 3rd, 2013.



Islamic reformists, Muslim Brotherhood (Egypt), Egypt--History--Protests, 2011-, Mursī, Muḥammad, 1951-, Islam and politics, Youth revolutionary movements in Egypt, Military institution in Egypt