For the Egyptian administrations, the month of November has turned into a nightmare for the last two years. The developments of the last two weeks remind the period which followed the Constitution Declaration promulgated by President Mohammed Morsi in November 2012.
As the trial of ousted Morsi and top Ikhwan officials in Egypt begins on Monday, November 4, 2013, the opposition has already called this week a Trial of the Peoples Will in which demonstrations will be organized to protest the lawsuit against Morsi who was deposed by the military intervention on July 3, 2013.
If the new regime in Egypt survives in the coming days, nobody will win a strategic advantage; rather, all actors in the Middle East will lose dearly, most significantly the Egyptian people themselves.
The events of July 3 represent nothing but pure political pornography. The sole truth and reality remains: Mohamed Morsi, the elected president of Egypt, lost his power to a military junta and its international solidarity networks.