Tag: Mohamed Morsi

A Tale of Two Tales Following Morsi’s Death


Mohammad Morsi, who was elected president of Egypt leading an Islamist party, died in court late Monday. He had been deposed by the military after imposing an Islamist constitution and showing his ties to the Muslim Brotherhood more clearly. The military acted after a second wave of popular unrest showed people wanted change, but not quite the change Morsi seemed to be delivering.

France24 reports Morsi was buried Tuesday, in keeping with the custom of burial as soon after death as possible:

Egypt’s public prosecutor said Morsi was pronounced dead in hospital at 4:50pm local time. He said the medical report showed no apparent sign of recent injuries.

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I remember when I was in Egypt for a brief visit three years ago how our ambassador there, Ann Patterson, was widely held in contempt by President Al-Sisi and a wide swath of the public for her support of the Muslim Brotherhood government of Mohamed Morsi that had just been deposed by a popular reaction […]

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