On January 25, 2011, a revolution erupted and protests began
The military, the people, hand in hand
Out! Out! Mubarak!
Attention All Citizens President Mubarak has stepped down
After weeks of protest, the Egyptian people got what they asked for
The military The People HAND IN HAND
It only took a few months, and a new democracy was born, and Muhammed Morsi became president
Thank You Citizens of Egypt No longer will we live under tyranny
But instead, Our new democracy will prevail
It wasn't even a year into Morsi's presidency when he made a heart breaking decree
In order to continue my work in making Egypt a successful nation, I am taking full control of the Egyptian government
Come out now Morsi Your reign of terror is over
No one liked the president Morsi had become, and in order to protect their own power, the military overthrew and arrested Morsi with a a large amount of support by the people
In the summer of 2014, the revolution seemed to be slowing down. The head of the military, Abdel Al Sisi, who was the leader of the interim government after the military coup, was elected president. It seemed strange that he was chosen with 97% of the vote, and we began to question whether Egypt would ever be a real democracy.