A giraffe named Rocca died last week in the Giza Zoo. One of the stories about its death is that it banged its head until it died, committing suicide. The current Egyptian political scene suffers from the same syndrome: various players banging their heads against the wall, committing political suicide, and unfortunately killing every chance for this country to get on the right track and start performing.
Muslim Brothers continue demonstrating every weekend to bring ousted president Morsi back to power. According to several reports, their demonstrations have attacked bystanders who dared disagree with them. In addition, attacks on military and police forces by militant groups are never condemned by the Muslim Brothers. Read More at Al-Monitor
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