Mohamed Morsi of the Muslim Brotherhood has won Egypt’ first free democratic presidential elections. It seems that the revolution has been hijacked, yet, it would have been hijacked if Shafik would have won. It looks inevitable that the Muslim Brotherhood and SCAF are on their way to some major power clashes. Egypt, welcome to your first taste of democracy. But while you’re fighting and complaining about what candidate won; don’t forget the 33.6% illiteracy rate, the 60% of those that are women, the 22% of people who live below the poverty line, the 10% unemployment rate, and the suffocating economy. Don’t forget the marginalized, or we will end up exactly where we started, Tahrir Square.