20 Memes to Get You Through Ramadan This Year

The 20 memes will make you laugh so much you'll forget you're starving.

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Mohamed Morsi Coup: The Army vs. the Government Is Just the Way Things Go in Egypt

As the Egyptian military decided to remove Mohamed Morsi, it risked bringing more uncertainty and instability than effectively progressing towards democracy and freedom.
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Egypt Protests Explained: They are About More Than What You Think

While democracy and democratic transition play a large role in encouraging the demonstrations, underpinning all of the demonstrations is a quest for human dignity.
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Egyptian Democracy Has Not Improved Under President Morsi, And There is Nothing America Can Do About It

The practicalities of “democracy building” are far more intricate and elusive than making statements about it.
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Egypt Presidential Election Results: Muslim Brotherhood Wins, What Does it Mean for U.S?

Muslim Brotherhood candidate Mohammed Morsi has won a spot in the second round of Egypt's elections, according to results Friday from Egypt's election.
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Egypt Presidential Election Results: Military Power Grab Threatens Democracy

The Egyptian military's power grab on the eve of the presidential vote leaves Egypt in chaos as the likelihood of democracy fades fast.

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Egypt Presidential Election Results Delayed: Is the Army Complicit to Blame?

The announcement of Egypt's presidential runoff elections have been delayed, causing speculation that the Army is either complicit in the revolution's undermining or simply incompetent.
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Tahrir Square Revolution in Egypt Has Been Nonviolent, Leaderless, and .... Unsuccessful

Egypt’s revolution has been hailed as a model of nonviolent, leaderless resistance. But the most recent Tahrir sit-in highlights that this tactic is no longer successful — if it ever was at all.
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Egypt Presidential Elections 2012: No Clear Frontrunner, But That's What Makes it Monumental

Many Egyptians are voting as much or more against something they fear as they are for something they believe in. Whatever the outcome, this uncertainty marks a huge step forward.
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Time For a Reality Check for Egypt's Military Rulers

In believing that the West is behind domestic unrest, Egypt has committed to a conspiracy theory and set off a firestorm of international condemnation in the process.
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In Light of Fatah-Hamas Unity Government Deal, Is There Still Hope in the Israel-Palestine Peace Process?

Despite a stagnating political process and mounting frustration with the long accepted two-state solution to the Israel-Palestine conflict, their remains cause for honest, yet cautious, optimism.

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One Year After Revolution, Egypt's Military Remains the Biggest Challenge to Democracy

The Egyptian revolution began one year ago, but the military continues to hold power and remains the biggest challenge to the nascent Egyptian democracy.
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Like Charlie Sheen, The Egyptian Military Seems to Be Spiraling Out of Control

The fact that three American-based NGOs were raided signals a growing distrust among Egypt's military commanders of America and our intentions.
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Egyptian Protestors Are Winning A Battle Of Will

Despite recent court case decisions threatening Egyptian democracy, protesters' steadfast opposition is a positive sign for Egypt's future.
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Live From Egypt: Why Revolution is Never Easy

Compared to Libya, Egypt's revolution was nonviolent and smooth. But, hurdles remain in the transition to democracy in post-Mubarak Egypt.
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For Egypt, the Hard Part is Just Beginning

Egyptians are discovering that removing Mubarak from power is the easy part; building a stable, pluralistic democracy is the greater challenge.

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Egypt: A Complex and Grueling Revolution

Tunisia witnessed a popular uprising that sparked a peaceful movement, but democracy in Egypt will not be so orderly. The imminent revolution will tear the region and reshape U.S. policy.