The hope that the Arab Spring gave to tens of millions of people throughout the Middle East is being revived in Egypt. The Morsi defiance of the Egyptian army has proved fruitless, with the Army moving to enforce its own program.
In essence, the Revolution that forced out Mubarak has now been reset, and is getting a second chance.
One of the mysteries of the past few weeks has been the discipline shown by the anti-Morsi groups. When Mubarak was toppled, younger Egyptians flooded the streets, forcing a showdown.
And then they splintered, while the more disciplined Muslim Brotherhood stepped in and had one of their own elected as president.
This time round, the anti-Morsi groups have coalesced, adopting the Egyptian flag as their sole symbol, working as one group, with one plan, clearly defined aims (Morsi out, constitution to be amended, elections to be held).
With time, we will learn the details of who did what to unite the anti-Morsi forces, and how they set about it. It will be a gripping tale, with many heroes.
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