Mohamed Morsi was the first democratically elected president of Egypt. His government was overthrown soon after his first year in office (June 30, 2012- July 3, 2013) by the military coup led by General Abdel Fattah al-Sisi, who had been appointed as the Defense Minister by Morsi himself. He was in prison since then, and put on trial on countless of charges against him. Shortly after he took the floor during a court session in his trial, he fainted and collapsed onto the floor, and pronounced dead on arrival at a hospital in Cairo.
He became martyr.
Egypt is the most important country of the Arab World in all respects. Because of the country’s significance, the people of Egypt constantly suffer in the hands of never-ending troubles. The military seized power by overthrowing the kingdom (1952), and held power firmly until the ‘Arab Spring‘ and denied all sorts of freedoms to the people.
The Egyptian people blew away the cobwebs through the encouraging spirit of the ‘Arab Spring‘ in order to become the architect of its own fortune by exercising democracy through the free election for presidency which led to Mohamed Morsi‘s ascendancy to power.
Al–Sisi‘s military coup strangled that democratic experience just in the initial stage of it.
Cruel treatment deemed just and proper for Morsi