July 03, 2013
Egypt’s military on Wednesday ousted Mohamed Morsi, the nation’s first freely elected president, suspending the Constitution, installing an interim government and insisting it was responding to the millions of Egyptians who had opposed the Islamist agenda of Mr. Morsi and his allies in the Muslim Brotherhood.
The government of President Mohamed Morsi in Egypt is shaken from it’s roots by a massive demonstrations. Millions of people most of them who elected him a year ago are out to oust him from power. Morsi and his Muslim brotherhood accused of pushing their own religious agenda against the will of the Egyptian people.
Egypt is locked in a bitter water conflict with Ethiopia about the ownership and usage of the Nile River. Recently Islamic Egyptian government of Mohamed Morsi has been threatening violence against Ethiopia if Ethiopia didn’t stop building of the Grand Ethiopian renaissance Dam.
In a meeting of high lever government officials and party leaders led by President Morsi, some Egyptian politicians has been caught planning to sabotage Ethiopia by supporting rebel groups. At the end of June 2013 Dr. Birhanu Nega the founder and leader of the terrorist group Ginbot-7 admitted in leaked audio that his organization has received half a million dollars from Eritrea. Most analysts agree the bankrupt Eritrean government does not have that kind of money to give and say the money is coming from Egypt.
Ironically what the Egyptian leaders were planning and actively financing for Ethiopia turned to themselves and Egypt is in a brink of civil war.