“Using Twitter to Analyze Secular vs. Islamist Polarization in Egypt … A roundup on Egypt crisis…

Turkish PM urges ?so-called? new rulers of Egypt to release Morsi Turkish PM Erdoğan has again slammed the military overthrow of elected Egyptian President Morsi, raising his rhetoric against the countries that have shied away from describing the takeover as a ‘coup’ The Wikipedia War Over Egypt’s ‘Coup’ In recent days, the protests and clashes over the Egyptian military‘s July 3 … Read more

Egypt roundup. Egypt’s Islamists Turn Violent…

Egypt’s Islamists Turn Violent After Morsy’s Fall http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SFX1heljE9k CAIRO – Rallies in support of Mohammed Morsy were smaller than they had been previously during the day today, perhaps because supporters of the deposed president stayed away out of fear of violence. But while the numbers may have been down, reports of violence throughout the city suggested … Read more

AKP MPs walk out of US reception over envoy?s critical Gezi remarks. An #OccupyGezi roundup

Ruling party MPs walk out of US reception over envoy?s critical Gezi remarks The AKP lawmakers reacted against the ambassador Ricciardone for his highly political remarks over the three-week long Gezi Parkı demonstrations Generation Gap: Turkish Family Split Between Gezi and Old Way By Özlem Gezer in Istanbul AFP The rift currently dividing Turkey also runs right … Read more

After the coup. A roundup on #Egypt

  Without politics, protest is at the mercy of the elites The Guardian (UK) Wednesday, July 3, 2013, p. 29 Seumas Milne From Egypt to Brazil street action is driving change ? but organisation is essential if it is not to be hijacked or disarmed. Two years after the Arab uprisings fuelled a wave of … Read more

Morsi called for his supporters to the streets…at the end of the day Muslim Brotherhood’s HQ attacked…

I guess protesters in Egypt are more prone to pro-government thugs… not as scared as Turkish ones… for the moment… Egyptians flood streets to demand Morsi’s ouster in biggest protests since revolution Egyptians flooded the streets calling on President Morsi to resign on the anniversary of his turbulent first year in power, in the biggest … Read more

The 24th Day in #OccupyTurkey. Citizens forums in several parks continue…Gov’t Threats over social media users increased…

Turkish Liberals Turn Their Backs on Erdogan For an urban elite, including some protesters, Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan?s response to demonstrations has led to a final break that began with his intimidation of the news media. Assemblies emerging in Turkey: a lesson in democracy | ROAR By Jerome Roos On June 19, 2013 The protesters are starting to counter-pose … Read more

Al Jazeera the Stream story: One year after Egypt’s uprising #Jan25

And also check out Tweeting the second #Jan25, #Jan25 Anniversary Comments & Questions http://storify.com/ajstream/one-year-after-egypt-s-revolution

Gadhafi backs down for the moment, Brutality in Yemen…

Libya airstrikes could start ‘within hours of resolution’ by Mark Mardell (the Reporters) The United Nations seems on the brink of taking a momentous decision. After hanging back for days the Americans have now not only backed the British and French resolution on Libya but beefed it up. The fact that the French foreign minister, … Read more

Who said uprise in Egypt was over? another roundup

Power, normality, revolution from The Immanent Frame by Samuli Schielke As I write this, the Egyptian revolution of January 25 continues in the streets of Egypt, and anything that is written these days will bear the characteristic traits of that moment, and will be proven wrong in one way or another by the further course … Read more

“Remembering Egypt’s Martyrs”. Roundup continues.

Egypt: Remembering Egypt’s Martyrs from Global Voices Online by Amira Al Hussaini Written by Amira Al Hussaini This post is part of our special coverage of Egypt Protests 2011. Tribute is pouring from all around the world for those who have lost their lives in protests held across Egypt to call for an end of … Read more

Now news of violence in Egypt. Who to follow for news, Anthropologists’ explaining the situation all in the Roundup…

I see Twitter messages announcing a demonstration in front of the Egyptian consulate in Istanbul at 23.00… posted by cynthiadias Protests in Cairo turn violent White House condemns Egypt violence from FP Passport by Joshua Keating White House spokesman Robert Gibbs has issued the following statements on the bloodshed in Tahrir Square, condemning the violence … Read more