British Prime Minister David Cameron ordered intelligence agencies to probe into the Muslim Brotherhood, fearing the movement may be planning an attack on the Middle East from a base in London.
Deputy Prime Minister Bulent Arinc thanked the main opposition parties because their leaders yesterday and today called on the protestors to channel their demands through elections, instead of civil disorder.
The root of the unrest is the growing lack of empowerment for secular interests and people who are less devout Muslims. Turkish youths and city dwellers who support the protests are railing against the actions of a legitimately elected president and parliament.
The root of the unrest is the growing lack of empowerment for secular interests and people who are less devout Muslims.
Egypt's Arab Spring revolution abounds with destructive ambitions and cruel ironies. But to label Egypt's revolution a failure, just two short years into a process involving drastic political change, is an act of extraordinary haste.