well let us get some news from Land of Pyramids..
ElBaradei's appointment put on hold
CAIRO — Egypt's new president has backed away from an announcement that pro-reform leader Mohamed Elbaradei would be the interim prime minister. A spokesman for interim President Adly Mansour, Ahmed el-Musilamani, told reporters on Saturday that consultations were continuing, denying that the appointment of the Nobel Peace laureate was ever certain...
well that is a good news., I say it is good for that guy., He should NOT be the part of this transition .. Either he should go to public and get elected or stay away from such ad-hoc appointments.
U.S. not backing any Egyptian party or group
WASHINGTON (AP) — President Barack Obama on Saturday reiterated that the U.S. is not aligned with and is not supporting any particular Egyptian political party or group and again condemned the ongoing violence across Egypt.
Obama made those points during a telephone conference with the National Security Council about developments in Egypt, according to a statement issued by the White House. He was spending the weekend at Camp David, the presidential retreat in Maryland.
"The United States categorically rejects the false claims propagated by some in Egypt that we are working with specific political parties or movements to dictate how Egypt's transition should proceed," the White House statement said. "We remain committed to the Egyptian people and their aspirations for democracy, economy opportunity and dignity. But the future path of Egypt can only be determined by the Egyptian people."
Well that is what AMRIKA says.. but people don't believe what American says..
Iran says overthrow of Egypt president 'improper'
TEHRAN, Iran -- Iran's foreign ministry on Sunday voiced disapproval of the toppling of Egypt's former president by the military, calling the move "improper" in its first official reaction to last week's events.
Official news agency IRNA quoted ministry spokesman Abbas Araghchi as also saying that supporters of Mohammed Morsi should not give up in their efforts to reinstate him. Elections and not "the streets" should not decide who is president of Egypt, he added.
"Islamists and revolutionaries should not be frustrated," said Araghchi. "Arab Spring can be followed by warm summer and cold winter," too. While Araghchi did not call the move a "coup," senior law maker Alaeddin Boroujerdi did use the term last Thursday, echoing declarations by Morsi and his backers.
Also on Sunday, President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad hinted that internal conflicts in Egypt would benefit Israel. "You, who are fighting each other in your country, be careful about your real enemy," he said.
Morsi, Egypt's first democratically elected president, ended more than three decades of diplomatic estrangement with Iran that began when Egypt offered refuge to Iran's deposed shah. Ties further deteriorated after Egypt's landmark peace deal with Israel.
Egypt army's Mursi ouster was justified, says Blair
LONDON: Egypt's army had no choice but to overthrow Islamist president Mohamed Mursi, former British prime minister Tony Blair said on Sunday.
Writing in the Observer newspaper, Blair, who acts as Middle East envoy for the United States, Russia, the EU and the UN, said the army's only alternative would have been to let Egypt descend into chaos. "The events that led to the Egyptian army's removal of President Mohamed Mursi confronted the military with a simple choice: intervention or chaos," wrote Blair, who led Britain for a decade from 1997.
The army toppled Mursi from power last Wednesday following huge protests against his rule, but dozens of people have been killed in clashes in the wake of his departure. Blair said the West had strong incentives to support Egypt's democratic transition.
"At its crudest, we can't afford for Egypt to collapse. So we should engage with the new de facto power," he wrote.
What is this?
Who is Blair? It appears this Blair guy never did anything right since that 9/11 tragedy..
Egypt: Sudan's Islamic Movement Condemns Egypt "Coup"
The Sudanese Islamic Movement (IM) has described the ouster of the former Egyptian president Mohamed Morsi as a "clear violation of the democratic rules". Islamic Movement's secretary general and Sudan's First Vice President Ali Osman Taha (R) talks to Egypt Islamic Leader Mohamed Badie during the 8th General Conference of Sudanese Islamic Movement in Khartoum November 15, 2012. (REUTERS/Mohamed Nureldin Abdallah)
In a statement issued yesterday, the IM expressed hope and confidence that the Egyptian army and Judiciary would restore legitimacy and abide by the globally recognized rules of democratic practice.
According to the statement, reinstating Morsi would maintain the unity of the Egyptian people and help them avoid slipping into chaos and violence...
That is from Islam ... I guess it would be same for those who are fighting for Islam Except from Saudi kingdom.. There they fight and give money for Wahabism..
And thathail king ..sand kingdom says Saudis, Gulf emirates actively aided Egypt’s military coup, settling score for Mubarak ouster
well i don't want to read the news.. But i say to ElBaradei "STAY AWAY FROM THE PRESENT EGYPTIAN POLITICS"