One cannot remain silent on the decision of the Egyptian court that sentenced President Morsi, who was elected by 52 percent but then toppled by a coup, to death.
These decisions are examples of 21st century murders committed by the justice under the instruction of politics.
Struggle is needed for values such as democracy, rule of law and independent judiciary to develop.
Ousted Egyptian president Mohammed Morsi has been sentenced to death on charges related to a deadly prison break before his presidency in 2011.
The first-ever Muslim Brotherhood president had already been slapped with 20 years in jail for ordering the arrest and torture of protesters during his brief time in power.