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Coup against the revolution

Published on 26 November 2012, by M. Tomazy.
Few days ago, The Egyptian president Mohammad Morsi issued decree of two major items:
  • Dismissal of the Public Prosecutor, and restricting the period of Public Prosecution by four years duration. 
  • Cancelling the resumption of President decrees by any Judicial body.
Huge demonstrations were launched in many Egyptian cities to express the rejection and accused the new president of leading a "Coup" against the recent revolution.
Furthermore, Most of the prominent Egyptian parties --whether they are liberals or leftists--, alongside with national figures announced rejection and condemned Morsi's decree, except the Islamic parties which expressed their support for the new President. 

Few months ago, Morsi also dismissed Minister of defense, M. Hussein Tantawi and Chief-in-Commander Sami Anan, and appointed Abdul-Fattah al-Sisi as Minister of Defense.
Abdul-Fattah al-Sisi is well-known to be close to Muslim brotherhood in Egypt and many reports focused on that at that time, especially the Egyptian Media.

The dismissing Campaign led by Morsi is oriented and organized since they included specific positions and in specific timing.
The former Minister of Defense was dismissed after terrorist attacks targeted Egyptian soldiers in Sinai, and the recent decisions have been taken after the Israeli war on Gaza Strip, near the Egyptian borders.

Muslim brotherhood had urged the Egyptian people to positively vote on the Referendum of the "Constitutional Proclamation" before the Egyptian presidential elections had taken place despite the exhortation by the law-makers to postpone the Elections after finishing the new constitution to avoid any illegal excesses.
Tareq al-Bishr, Law consultant and also close to Muslim brotherhood was appointed to write the Constitutional Proclamation.
Al-Jazeera Arabic Channel -- as an oriented Propaganda owned by Emir of Qatar--has also played a major role to urge Egyptian citizens to engage the elections before finishing the constitution.

The Emir of Qatar, Hamad bin Khalifa al-Thani sponsors the Muslim brotherhood world widely in many forms, financially, by direct funds and also by Media, through al-Jazeera channel which regularly hosts the Grand Ikhwani Sheikh, Yusuf al-Qaradawi and transmits biased viewpoint toward Muslim brotherhood.

In my opinion, These recent decrees are not sole, and they have been suggested by the Muslim brotherhood.
President Morsi has justified his decree by that to dismiss the prominent State's employee who worked with the dropped down Mubarak's regime.
So, What is the importance of the decree of No-presumption in that case?!
I think Muslim brotherhood plan to "Ikhwanize" the Egyptian State in coordination with Emir of Qatar who support them.