Tagged: Egypt

Tahrir ICN statement on events in Egypt

Statement on events in Egypt from Anarchists in Tahrir:

“The events of the past couple of days are the latest step in a sequence of events by which the military can consolidate its hold on power, aim towards the death of the revolution and a return to a military/police state.

The authoritarian regime of the Muslim Brotherhood had to go. But what has replaced it is the true face of the military in Egypt – no less authoritarian, no less fascist and for sure more difficult to depose.”

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Lessons From the Egyptian Insurrection: Communization, Strategy, and Solidarity

Interesting analysis of recent events in Egypt;

Provinces along the Suez Canal. Alexandria, Port Said, Suez, Ismaili, and Cairo have seen extensive clashes and the defiance of all curfews, with Port Said effectively seceding and military leaders warning of a state collapse. Within this fold, an explicitly revolutionary force has announced itself, calling itself Black Blocairo, Black Block Egypt, or simply the Black Bloc, pointing beyond the use of the black mask and violence as a tactic and towards a more organized and explicitly insurrectional position in North Africa.

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Members of the Black Bloc are seen during the protest in Tahrir Square in Cairo