Two high school girls from the EL Sayeda Zeinab Secondary School For Girls experienced a lesson in democracy after one wrote a poem condemning Morsi’s tyranny and another read it over the school radio.
The principal not only expelled both girls, but several teachers pursued them after school threatening to beat and kill them. A teacher was also fired as well.
One of the girls who was expelled said that the decision was forced by teachers belonging to the Muslim Brotherhood. It would seem likely that those were the teachers who also chased after them.
In protest of the expulsion, dozens of students and parents held a rally in the schoolyard demanding that the students be returned to their school.
Syed Hashim, the father of the girl who wrote the poem, stated that he believes that the new Egypt has become a lawless place and that he fears for his daughter.
This incident, like so many others, shows that much of the country, down to the school level, does not accept the authority of Morsi and the Muslim Brotherhood, and much as Obama Inc. would like to move on and declare Mission Accomplished in Cairo, the revolutions are just beginning.