WASHINGTON — More Egyptian unrest is threatening to unravel what the world is calling a military coup or a secular and democratic revolution.
The Egyptian military, according to Reuters, selected the liberal Egyptian politician Mohamed ElBaradei as the interim prime minister and to help restore order.
But, that quickly was put on hold as violent Islamist protests and violence spread throughout the country.
ElBaradei used to head the United Nation’s nuclear weapons watchdog, the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) and had won a Nobel Peace Prize for his contributions to anti-nuclear proliferation efforts.
However, Islamists continue to wreak havoc and conduct violent protests to voice their opposition.