Adam Morrow


IPS News journalist Adam Morrow discusses the return of million-man protests in Tahrir Square on the eve of the first parliamentary election since Mubarak’s ouster; street skirmishes and dozens of casualties after the Egyptian military overreacted to demonstrations; fears that so-called “super constitutional principles” will keep Egypt a military dictatorship, no matter the outcome of elections; and how plans to open the Rafah border crossing with Gaza have been put on the back burner.

MP3 here. (19:49)

Adam Morrow writes for Inter Press Service News Agency.

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  1. I never veven listened to this but how does antiwar work for.I guess just money you can not use the word Jew in none racist trems without being blocked.Our mabe its because I cxalled and a very rude person answerd and flipped because he was sleeping.Have had problems ever since like I've said show me one comment that was raceist or a lie but you can't can you.Don't matter rather not wast my time typing things that don't show mainly because of ignorance.Called once and asked why all day no comments showed and was told not to call back.If your site did not tell truths the MSM don't I would not even read it let alone donate to pay the certain not all people that work for you.Again you now my email send me racest comments I've put on here.Is it racist to say Jew with should be Judean.As far as it should be in the bible before people like the rothchilds had it changed.

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  3. EGYPT — $2 a day wages

    Today, Tahrir Square, Egypt’s freedom epicenter, looks like a battlefield, a might worse then any prior rock thrower in their Revolution. So, one of two things has to happen,

    (1) The 51% most wealthy voting majority must terminate their economical slavery. Laboring class wages being $2 a day.

    (2) A new Constitution must bar the 51% most wealthy from voting, and bar everyone but government from funding elections.

    (3) Fast thinkers rule business, slow and careful thinkers rule government — that is absolute.

  4. I had just been listening to a prgram yesterday about Egypt, the Egyptian military and reforms. It's a great program that debates subjects from a Middle Eastern point of view. The program is called, "The Doha Debates" and the specific debate is called "This House Believes the Egyptian Military Is Not Interested in Real Reform" that was recorded in late October. They had pro military debaters, and pro reform debaters. It was very interesting and showed that though the military is in control, the people are very much interested in reform. The program has been going on for several years and is a great way to get an relatively unfiltered middle eastern view of issues.


    Not one single article on nationwide bloody-bloody Egypt — is worthless.

    Revolt against ruling dictators of pro-war

    Pro-war rulers of Anti, — we detest you. — You are a stench in the nostrils of any man with integrity.

    Lady moderator — get a job where you can keep your integrity.

    That’s what I always say.

    Adam Morrow: "Perhaps some live ammunition was used, I’m not sure of that… 3 people killed…”

    Cairo morgue reported on Saturday that 26 were murdered, not killed, and 23 of them were murdered by live ammunition.

  7. Does Adam Morrow know that over 80% of Egypt is Muslim? I don’t think so, as he gave a long winded explanation of current Egyptian politics keeping listeners completely in the dark about this the absolute most important truth needed to have a comprehension of who controls what.


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