The trial of the dead in Egypt
He addressed the newspaper „New York Times“ of America, issued verdict against President Mohammed Mursi today, describing the recent conviction as the latest sign of breaking the 25 January uprising, which overthrew the ousted President Hosni Mubarak.
The newspaper added, in the context of a commentary published on its website, that Morsi first president democratically elected in the history of Egypt, is now facing the death penalty „to escape“ from illegal detention facility, a prison which many Egyptians hope to eliminate the January revolution.
She pointed out that the death penalty if carried out will make Morsi a martyr for millions of Islamists in Egypt and around the world.
The newspaper quoted, for the leadership of the Brotherhood and former minister, Amr rider, saying that today „is one of the darkest days of Egyptian history, and a symbol of the repressive, which received a black shadow on Egypt again.“
The newspaper reported the facts of the detention of President Mursi and a number of his colleagues during the 25 January revolution when taken from their homes and from the streets during the uprising, along with a number of Egyptians who deposited Valley Natrun prison on the Cairo-Alexandria road.
She explained that one of the convicted on charges of spying Dr. Emad Shahin, a professor of political science, who is known in the United States, as well as the group’s leader, Dr. Mohamed Badie and Dr. Mohamed Saad Katatni.
Under Egyptian law, the Shaheen and others convicted in absentia are entitled to a retrial if they enter the Egyptian territories.
The newspaper offered to the overthrow of President Mursi by the army in July 2013 and the conditions of his detention at a secret facility and isolation from the outside world, before it appears again during his trial after months of detention.
For its part, considered the Mona Elghobashy, associate religions and cultural and public life, the American Institute of Columbia University, that President Morsi trial comes in the framework of offensive military rule authority on the 25 January uprising that toppled Mubarak.
She Elghobashy, told the „New York Times“, that „the permanent guardians self-appointed to the state, the judiciary and the military sent a message, that the political consequences of the Revolution of January (which is free elections and civil president the right to pretend) are things that are not natural and unrealistic and unsustainable.“
She explained that these guardians of the state they want to tell the Egyptians that the issue of democracy and the choice of referees just a fantasy, but that rule in Egypt does not work that way.
She concluded Elghobashy commentary by saying that „these trials from the point of view of some in the politically charged climate light, is only a political revenge