Posts Tagged: MILITARY

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“No to Military Trials for civilians” was the name of one of the latest in a series of conferences organized by Egyptian activists against the trialing of ordinary civilians in the harsh circumstances of military courts.

May Kamel, Press TV, Cairo

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Stratfor Vice President of Strategic Intelligence Reva Bhalla discusses the Egyptian military’s recent political maneuvering as the country’s presidential election draws near.
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A video has emerged which appears to show Egypt’s military generals deciding how to deal with the country’s media. The footage – released by activists – shows General al-Sisi addressing senior officers of the army in the months before Mohamed Morsi was ousted from power. The recording starts with an officer urging Sisi to find a way to frighten journalists from criticising the army.

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Egypt’s ruling military council might be poised to step in and dissolve Egypt’s constitutional council as tensions come to a head between the Islamist majority and those who feel it has too much power.

This would leave the future of Egypt’s new democracy – and who will draft its new constitution – in an uncertain state.

Al Jazeera’s Mike Hanna reports from Cairo.

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Egypt’s military rulers signed a deal with political parties promising to reform the country’s election and emergency laws. So why isn’t the agreement being welcomed?

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Egypt’s first elected civilian president, Mohamed Morsi, has forcibly resigned a number of senior military staff, marking a turning point in the country’s transition from the old regime of Hosni Mubarak. But what does the move mean for the army and are fears of President Morsi’s increasing powers well-founded? Seb Morton-Clark reports.

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The Hamas government in Gaza is giving boys in state schools military-style training once a week.

It starts with drills, and eventually they graduate to training using guns.

Not everyone is happy about this development, with some critics saying that Gazan youth are exposed to enough violence without being trained for it in school.

Al Jazeera’s Nicole Johnston reports from Gaza City.

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The White House urged a return to democratically elected civilian government in Egypt on Monday, calling for “maximum restraint” by the military, adding that it would “not be in the best interests of the United States” to change the current US financial assistance programme to the troubled nation. Duration: 00:50

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