It appears we have seen stage two of the Revolution in Egypt and the Muslim Brotherhood and President Morsi are out of power. Who is in power? Hard to say exactly, but my guess in Egypt we have not seen the end of people in the streets. I mean, even when the next group comes to power, I don't think we are done. Representative democracy with ties to global capital is not an answer to the millions in the streets. What the multitudes in Egypt want, no one can give them. They will have to eventually give it to themselves.
Meanwhile, I will leave the early morning quarterback stories to other and instead bring you up to date on the on going struggle of the women in Egypt. This is a revolution in the midst of a revolution. Women are not interested in going backwards. They are not interested in standing in place. They are interested in creating the future and destroying all types of patriarchy.
The following comes from Open Democracy.