Tweet Ahmed Tharwat Commentary A democratically elected president, ousted by a military general, imprisoned and systematically mistreated. Familiar tale. By Ahmed Tharwat JUNE 19, 2019 — 6:00PM On June 17, 2012, Mohammed Morsi was elected as the president of Egypt. On the same date seven years later, having been ousted from that role, he died in court while on trial for bogus charges such as conspiring with Qatar and Hamas, breaking out of jail, and letting prisoners escape during the chaos of the 2011 revolution. Morsi did not have much leadership experience, he wasn’t a military man, he showed a great level of incompetence and political naivety, he was…
The only thing that stops a bad teacher with a stick, is a good student with a heart!
Tweet In my school, teachers were not armed with guns, only whipping sticks The Trump-NRA scripted idea of arming teachers with guns is another uncooked idea worthy of a 3am tweet; in fact arming teachers will only hurt students and ultimately not protect them, especially students of color, as Jamelle Bouie wrote in Slate.com; “groups at the bottom of American race hierarchy receive the brunt of state violence, full stop.”
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