The dramatic death of Mohamed Morsi has left most people questioning the future of Egypt. Even more alarming is the fact that his death has left most people in the world, wondering if his death was due to a natural cause or if it was an assassination. The end of the top figure is currently making headlines, and people cannot wrap their finger around the cause of death of the former President of Egypt.
The death of Mohamed Morsi, who was a former president in Egypt, has left the world in a maze trying to figure out what circumstances led to his death. It has left people anxiously waiting to hear the cause of death of Morsi.
The death of Mohamed Morsi
News of the demise of the first and only democratically elected President of Egypt on Monday blew most peoples' minds. The former President of Egypt had been confined inside a glass cage and was facing the latest in a long series of unfair trials. Mr. Mohamed had done a weak job as an Egyptian president prior to being ousted in a bloody military coup that was being led by the current dictator of the country, Abdel Fatah al-Sissi.
Mr. Mohamed collapsed minutes after addressing the court situated in Cairo, regarding the espionage charges that related to contacts suspected to be with the Palestinian Islamist group Hamas, a group that had close ties with the Muslim Brotherhood.
The former Egyptian President spoke for at least five minutes behind a soundproof glass cage before collapsing dead. The cage was designed to keep him away from causing any disruptions in the court proceedings. He was rushed to hospital where he was pronounced dead at 16:50 local time (14:50 GMT).
A report released by the Egyptian public prosecutor indicated that the former President had no signs of recent injuries on his body. The Muslim Brotherhood, which is the most famous political movement in Egypt, denoted that Mr. Morsi's demise was a "full-fledged murder." The state television had earlier hinted that the cause of death of Mohamed was a heart attack.
However, activists and the Morsi family had for a long time been declaring that Mohamed had not been receiving treatment for dire health conditions like high blood pressure and diabetes. They further indicated that the former Egyptian President was frequently being held in solitary confinement. The gross mistreatment of Mr. Mohamed over the past six years have left so many people questioning the regression of human rights.
What led to the arrest of Mohamed Morsi?
Mr. Morsi became the focus of Egypt's democratic revolution after being chosen by the Muslim Brotherhood to become its candidate in the presidential election of 2012. Mohamed was an engineer by profession and had little political skills. However, Morsi surprised most people after he sought good relations with the United States, and after maintaining the country's peace treaty with Israel.
The former President of Egypt settled on autocratic methods and entrenched military. These leading methods were met by a lot of demonstrations, ultimately leading to a coup by Mr. Sissi in July of 2013 and bloody repression. Following these instances, Mr. Mohamed was jailed together with tens of thousands of people, most of whom are still in prison.
Mohamed Morsi's death: the world reaction
UN rights office-The UN Nations, human rights office, have called upon for an independent and transparent investigation following the death of Mohamed.
Tunisia's Ennahda party: the Ennahda political party of Tunisia extended their condolences to the family of the former Egyptian President and the Egyptian people.
Jordan's Muslim Brotherhood: the group is holding the coup authorities in Egypt as the primary individual responsible for the death of Mohamed.
Qatar's Emir Sheikh Tamim bin Hamad Al Thani: the Emir of Qatar Sheikh Tamim bin Hamad Al Thani sent his condolences to both the family of Mohamed and the Egyptians.
President of Turkey, Mr. Recep Tayyip Erdogan: the President of Turkey Mr. Recep Tayyip Erdogan, blamed the 'tyrants' of Egypt for the death of the former President of Egypt and went ahead to refer to Mr. Morsi as a martyr.
Human Rights Watch: the executive director of the Human Rights Watch in the Middle East and North Africa division, Sarah Leah Whitson acknowledged that the death of the former Egyptian President as terrible but predictable due to the lack of proper medical care.
Presidents of most countries and human rights dignitaries have gone online to send their condolences to the family of the late Egyptian President Mohamed Morsi. The military ousted Mr. Morsi in 2013 after serving only a year in office. He collapsed dead in a courtroom, a situation that left most people peculiar about his death.