I very much agree.I read about half of it, and then felt it was getting too long-winded for me, and then started skimming through the first and last sentences of every paragraph or so just so I can get the gist of it. If there’s something really valuable let me know and I’ll go back and reread the whole thing
the interpretations of the article make is just twisted if you ask me, even if the interpretations are what some people believe in think. For example, rather than say that Morsi was making a statement when he chose to announce the call to prayer by Indicating that anyone of any background can potentially reach any level of office, instead he gets lambasted because he wasn’t acting like a president by doing that.
When we talk about democratizing a society you would think a statement about the maximum level about of mobility that could be had should be a statement that should be celebrated.
this type of thought is riddled everywhere, especially when he tries to connect culture and sayings that aren’t even part of authentic religious text and take them to be the political soap box of the first democratically elected EGyptian government.
the coup organizer organizers better hurry fast and secure jobs for the country so they can run the country the way China is run, because if they don’t, there will be yet another coup