After an official called on Egyptians to rally in support of his fight against “terrorism,” the atmosphere is reaching a fever pitch.
Under Morsi or the military, calm seems unlikely as long as the conditions for unrest are not remedied.
The outbreak of the June 30 uprising in Egypt saw the military intervene and ouster President Mohammed Morsi. Following the longtime Muslim Brotherhood member’s removal, voices across the spectrum have tried either to justify the “ongoing revolution” or denounce the “coup.”
Morsi, not shy about his desire to vastly