Egypt or Democracy?
Democracy must be the winner in Egypt - not the military; thus, the heavy handed military-backed government there should not stand. Its rule of the desert country should not be supported by stalwarts of democracy. Interim Vice President Mohammed ElBaradei has done the noble thing in resigning his position in light of the violent and deadly crack down on the pro-Morsy camps. How could democratic institutions support such a government and then hope to gain any credibility with the youth of the Middle East? Those having power now in Egypt and much of the Middle East are of a disappearing breed. All resources must be centered around the developing youth of the region for it is with them that democracy has its best chance of operating and functioning in a changing Middle East.