12 Shocking Photos Showing Why Egypt Won't Have Democracy Anytime Soon

The conflict in Egypt is heating up, and the stand off between supporters of the Muslim Brotherhood and the military government have become more and more violent.

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Dear TIME Magazine: Thanks For Nothing. Love, Egypt

Here's why the most recent TIME magazine cover is not only offensive and generalized, but also inaccurate.

The Dark Side Of The Egyptian Revolution That No One Wants To Talk About

The Egyptian Revolution has a dark side. One that very few are willing to explore.
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Dear CNN and FOX, the George Zimmerman Trial Is Not the Center Of the Universe

American news has become so U.S. focused that major international events have slipped through the cracks, while cable news focusing solely on George Zimmerman.
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15 Breathtaking Images Of the Protest that Changed Egypt Forever

In breaking news, the Egyptian army has suspended the constitution and removed President Morsi. Here are some stunning pictures of the mass protest that made this happen.
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11 Powerful Images From the Largest Protest In Egypt's History

The Egyptian protesters are back. This time around, they come in greater numbers, armed with experience.

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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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Egypt Presidential Election Results: Twitter Reactions to Mohammed Morsi Victory From Tahrir Square

Mohammed Morsi wins Egypt's Presidential election with 51.7% of the popular vote, igniting nationwide celebrations along with skepticism.
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Egypt Presidential Election Results: Muslim Brotherhood Win Shows Egyptians Are Fed Up With the Army

For more than a year the Egyptian military tried to persuade the public that they were the protectors of the revolution. Turns out, SCAF has been setting up to steal freedom the whole time.
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Deadly Cairo Soccer Riot Reignites Egyptian Revolution

The Cairo soccer contest might have rekindled the revolution, as protesters seem more organized and determined than ever to seek retribution against the military rulers.
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Egypt’s Soccer Riots Are Not Football Hooliganism, But a Continuation of Arab Spring Protests

The Egyptian riots have brought to light the instrumental role that football fans have played in the Egyptian revolution.

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OWS Police Brutality Destroys America's Credibility in Egypt

Police violence against Occupy protesters undermines our words and strategic leverage in places like Egypt.
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Ahead of Planned Weekend Elections, Egyptians Protest Military Rule

Egyptians of all political persuasions are taking to the streets to protest the rule of the transition military government.
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Revolutionary Spirit Wanes in Tahrir

In Egypt, renewed protests in July were much diluted by celebration and trade as vendors and cinemas set up shop in the square.
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Detainment of Student Activist Angers Egyptians

21-year-old student Loai Nagati was unjustly detained and transferred to military prosecution during Cairo's recent protests in Tahrir Square.
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BREAKING NEWS: Tahrir Square Engulfed by Clashes with the Police

In a live report from Tahrir Square, David Dietz witnesses the outbreak of violent clashes between protesters and the army, an indication that the revolution may not be over in Egypt.

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Tahrir Square: Smoke, Despair and a Sense of Defiance

The aftermath of the Egyptian government's crackdown on the protests in Tahrir Square.
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Women and the New, Free Egypt

There is a real danger that women will get left behind in Egypt's post-Mubarak transition. For a real democracy to take hold, it is imperative that women’s rights not be neglected.