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All Hail the peaceful Arabic Spring revolution!
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A shocking video has been released in the internet showing the violent crackdown of police and security during the protests over the weekend.


Riot police are spreading tear gas and firing rubber bullets as the crowd of stone-throwing protesters at Egypt’s Tahrir Square begins to swell.

RT’s Paula Slier reports from Cairo that the situation on the ground remains extremely tense.

Some of the rubber bullets have gone astray, hitting residential buildings nearby and starting fires.

Paula has encountered at least a dozen ambulances and a fire brigade quickly responding.

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According to the health ministry 22 peaple have been killed since Saturday.

Clashes have continued through the morning in the vicinity of the square in central Cairo, Al Jazeera Mike Hanna reports.

[link to blogs.aljazeera.net]





Al Jazeera's Mike Hanna reports from Tahrir Square, where despite an earlier agreement to allow protesters to remain in the epicentre of the square, clashes have once again broken out.



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This is what democracy looks like! Another day in collectivist paradise!
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Only fools and idiots believed the "Arab Spring" leftist media invention, anyway.

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Hopefully some muzzies that burnt down churches get killed!

And yes, the would is very fucked up!
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8 unmoving bodies in Tahrir, pic took 3 hours ago.

Not sure how many dead vs. unconscious.

Corner of Tahrir sq & Tahrir st.

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CBS-NEWS BREAKING:

Nurse at Egypt Health Ministry confirms some protesters killed by live ammunition.



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I can not verify myself, I didn't see it, but people last night said there were green lasers, those of the snipers...just like before.
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I saw a green laser on the live feed yesterday after they had prayers. Asked if anyone else did on a thread here. Didn't know it was from sniper.

well, stay safe
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Tensions remained high in northern Egyptian town of Alexandria on Monday after violent clashes between security forces and the locals over the weekend.

The release of an autopsy on the death of Bahaa el-Din Sanusi, a young local man killed during the protests, has done nothing to calm locals.

As Al Jazeera’s Rawya Rageh reports, perceived similarities with the autopsy of Khaled Said in 2010 has only served to convince many that the immpunity of the security forces is just as present today as it was under Hosni Mubarak.

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live bullets in Bab Awlok Cairo right now

source: medical doctor
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Egyptains calling this start of a second revolution.

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"Mubarak Sons" with thugs & knives marching towards Tahrir
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Egyptains calling this start of a second revolution.

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Yes, call for resignation of Cabinet and resignation of Tantawi and to install finally a civilian government. The situation is very tense, like Jan25 times now also in Suez and Alexandria. This I fear will/can get uglier than what we saw in January and February.
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I am unclear what this horrible unlawful protest is doing pinned on GLP. In fact I am shocked as it is and has been VERY clear that these vile protestors are breaking laws.

Arab Spring started out as peaceful protests....the people for the people, you know that whole American freedom thing? Our President spoke out in support of the people, decrying the "violence" used against "peaceful protestors" that the Egyptian shits said were breaking the law...OMG you are not allowed to came out in Tahir, LAWS were being broken all over the place. But the people persevered and Obama could not say enough in support of PEACEFUL protestors who were acting in civilly disobedient ways.

SO< TELL ME WTF is this doing PINNED on GLP? So what, the cops are going to make the protestors obey the law...and who gives a shit if, in the course of their duties protestors are hurt, after all they area asking for it by breaking the law. The protestors are just lazy Egyptians, muzzies who want things handed to them on a silver platter...never mind their country being ass raped by graft and banks, and politicians....

This place amazes me. Obama will NOT OPEN HIS MOUTH NOW for Egypt, he dare not...because it will paint him as an even bigger hypocrite than he seems already...not once has he spoken out against the UNWARRANTED VIOLENCE aimed at U.S. protestors..NOT ONCE..and if that asshole speaks out against the current wave of violence aimed at protestors in Egypt HE HAS LOST THE ELECTION ALREADY...he will just make it worse. So, sorry Egypt, you're on your own. But I sure as hell would not look for support at GLP, they are against protestors, especially peaceful ones and for the most part here they cheer when they see protestors being maimed and wounded.

Best take your case somewhere else. GLP is not a safe haven for those who dare break any laws for ANY reason.
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I am unclear what this horrible unlawful protest is doing pinned on GLP. In fact I am shocked as it is and has been VERY clear that these vile protestors are breaking laws.

Arab Spring started out as peaceful protests....the people for the people, you know that whole American freedom thing? Our President spoke out in support of the people, decrying the "violence" used against "peaceful protestors" that the Egyptian shits said were breaking the law...OMG you are not allowed to came out in Tahir, LAWS were being broken all over the place. But the people persevered and Obama could not say enough in support of PEACEFUL protestors who were acting in civilly disobedient ways.

SO< TELL ME WTF is this doing PINNED on GLP? So what, the cops are going to make the protestors obey the law...and who gives a shit if, in the course of their duties protestors are hurt, after all they area asking for it by breaking the law. The protestors are just lazy Egyptians, muzzies who want things handed to them on a silver platter...never mind their country being ass raped by graft and banks, and politicians....

This place amazes me. Obama will NOT OPEN HIS MOUTH NOW for Egypt, he dare not...because it will paint him as an even bigger hypocrite than he seems already...not once has he spoken out against the UNWARRANTED VIOLENCE aimed at U.S. protestors..NOT ONCE..and if that asshole speaks out against the current wave of violence aimed at protestors in Egypt HE HAS LOST THE ELECTION ALREADY...he will just make it worse. So, sorry Egypt, you're on your own. But I sure as hell would not look for support at GLP, they are against protestors, especially peaceful ones and for the most part here they cheer when they see protestors being maimed and wounded.

Best take your case somewhere else. GLP is not a safe haven for those who dare break any laws for ANY reason.
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You have no understanding what is going on. Egyptians are there to install a civil secular democratic leadership. The Military when it took over said it would hand over power after 6 months to a civilian interim government, then it would lead to elections within 90 days. Now we are 9 months later and their roadmap leaves them in power til 2013 and there are no changes...same oppressive tactics as before.

Muzzies? Really? Please educate yourself before making ridiculous statements!

Coptic movements on Sunday condemned security forces' violent attempt to disperse a sit-in organized by unarmed protesters and victims of the 25 January revolution in downtown Cairo Saturday.

The had protesters demanded the sacking of Prime Minister Essam Sharaf's cabinet and the appointment of a national salvation government.

The Maspero Youth Federation (MYF) announced its solidarity with the peaceful protesters, describing the manner in which security forces dealt with protesters as "unjustified." On 9 October, violence at a mostly Coptic protest at the state TV building left 28 people dead.
In a statement, the MYF demanded “a national salvation government and a civilian presidential council to bring the country out of the dark tunnel Egypt has entered into during the past 10 months." The MYF announced that several of its members had been injured during the protests.
[link to www.almasryalyoum.com]

We are all egyptians, copts or muslim or atheists, doesn't matter, we all suffer the same under oppressive regime. Why should we backtrack on our freedom now? Was everything for nothing 9 months ago?
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whenever they show the massive crowd of people in the square i cant stop thinking of zombies, ive been watching to much of the walking dead
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I am unclear what this horrible unlawful protest is doing pinned on GLP. In fact I am shocked as it is and has been VERY clear that these vile protestors are breaking laws.

Arab Spring started out as peaceful protests....the people for the people, you know that whole American freedom thing? Our President spoke out in support of the people, decrying the "violence" used against "peaceful protestors" that the Egyptian shits said were breaking the law...OMG you are not allowed to came out in Tahir, LAWS were being broken all over the place. But the people persevered and Obama could not say enough in support of PEACEFUL protestors who were acting in civilly disobedient ways.

SO< TELL ME WTF is this doing PINNED on GLP? So what, the cops are going to make the protestors obey the law...and who gives a shit if, in the course of their duties protestors are hurt, after all they area asking for it by breaking the law. The protestors are just lazy Egyptians, muzzies who want things handed to them on a silver platter...never mind their country being ass raped by graft and banks, and politicians....

This place amazes me. Obama will NOT OPEN HIS MOUTH NOW for Egypt, he dare not...because it will paint him as an even bigger hypocrite than he seems already...not once has he spoken out against the UNWARRANTED VIOLENCE aimed at U.S. protestors..NOT ONCE..and if that asshole speaks out against the current wave of violence aimed at protestors in Egypt HE HAS LOST THE ELECTION ALREADY...he will just make it worse. So, sorry Egypt, you're on your own. But I sure as hell would not look for support at GLP, they are against protestors, especially peaceful ones and for the most part here they cheer when they see protestors being maimed and wounded.

Best take your case somewhere else. GLP is not a safe haven for those who dare break any laws for ANY reason.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 1538919


You have no understanding what is going on. Egyptians are there to install a civil secular democratic leadership. The Military when it took over said it would hand over power after 6 months to a civilian interim government, then it would lead to elections within 90 days. Now we are 9 months later and their roadmap leaves them in power til 2013 and there are no changes...same oppressive tactics as before.

Muzzies? Really? Please educate yourself before making ridiculous statements!

Coptic movements on Sunday condemned security forces' violent attempt to disperse a sit-in organized by unarmed protesters and victims of the 25 January revolution in downtown Cairo Saturday.

The had protesters demanded the sacking of Prime Minister Essam Sharaf's cabinet and the appointment of a national salvation government.

The Maspero Youth Federation (MYF) announced its solidarity with the peaceful protesters, describing the manner in which security forces dealt with protesters as "unjustified." On 9 October, violence at a mostly Coptic protest at the state TV building left 28 people dead.
In a statement, the MYF demanded “a national salvation government and a civilian presidential council to bring the country out of the dark tunnel Egypt has entered into during the past 10 months." The MYF announced that several of its members had been injured during the protests.
[link to www.almasryalyoum.com]

We are all egyptians, copts or muslim or atheists, doesn't matter, we all suffer the same under oppressive regime. Why should we backtrack on our freedom now? Was everything for nothing 9 months ago?
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YOU STUPID SHIT...read my post again, put on your thinking cap...

Educate myself? (LOL one of my best friends is Egyptian muzzie)And the Muslim Brotherhood? The group supporting the rapes/murders of Copts? My personal opinion is that ousting Mubarak, crook that he was, from power was a mistake. More non-muslim people will die..and the fallacy that the MB didn't want any power...boy did I have to eat crow on that. One cannot reason with religious idiots.

NOW, tell me, why the STUPID shit Americans on here should and would support your lot breaking laws and getting beat, shot, ect by police would stir them as their attitude about their FELLOW AMERICANS is that they should all be shot in the head....you sir are an idiot and I recommend you back away from GLP carefully...if you've been reading here they attitudes about protestors you would know that your views/troubles are not welcome here. You'll be lucky if you can get away without being executed.
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I am unclear what this horrible unlawful protest is doing pinned on GLP. In fact I am shocked as it is and has been VERY clear that these vile protestors are breaking laws.

Arab Spring started out as peaceful protests....the people for the people, you know that whole American freedom thing? Our President spoke out in support of the people, decrying the "violence" used against "peaceful protestors" that the Egyptian shits said were breaking the law...OMG you are not allowed to came out in Tahir, LAWS were being broken all over the place. But the people persevered and Obama could not say enough in support of PEACEFUL protestors who were acting in civilly disobedient ways.

SO< TELL ME WTF is this doing PINNED on GLP? So what, the cops are going to make the protestors obey the law...and who gives a shit if, in the course of their duties protestors are hurt, after all they area asking for it by breaking the law. The protestors are just lazy Egyptians, muzzies who want things handed to them on a silver platter...never mind their country being ass raped by graft and banks, and politicians....

This place amazes me. Obama will NOT OPEN HIS MOUTH NOW for Egypt, he dare not...because it will paint him as an even bigger hypocrite than he seems already...not once has he spoken out against the UNWARRANTED VIOLENCE aimed at U.S. protestors..NOT ONCE..and if that asshole speaks out against the current wave of violence aimed at protestors in Egypt HE HAS LOST THE ELECTION ALREADY...he will just make it worse. So, sorry Egypt, you're on your own. But I sure as hell would not look for support at GLP, they are against protestors, especially peaceful ones and for the most part here they cheer when they see protestors being maimed and wounded.

Best take your case somewhere else. GLP is not a safe haven for those who dare break any laws for ANY reason.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 1538919


You have no understanding what is going on. Egyptians are there to install a civil secular democratic leadership. The Military when it took over said it would hand over power after 6 months to a civilian interim government, then it would lead to elections within 90 days. Now we are 9 months later and their roadmap leaves them in power til 2013 and there are no changes...same oppressive tactics as before.

Muzzies? Really? Please educate yourself before making ridiculous statements!

Coptic movements on Sunday condemned security forces' violent attempt to disperse a sit-in organized by unarmed protesters and victims of the 25 January revolution in downtown Cairo Saturday.

The had protesters demanded the sacking of Prime Minister Essam Sharaf's cabinet and the appointment of a national salvation government.

The Maspero Youth Federation (MYF) announced its solidarity with the peaceful protesters, describing the manner in which security forces dealt with protesters as "unjustified." On 9 October, violence at a mostly Coptic protest at the state TV building left 28 people dead.
In a statement, the MYF demanded “a national salvation government and a civilian presidential council to bring the country out of the dark tunnel Egypt has entered into during the past 10 months." The MYF announced that several of its members had been injured during the protests.
[link to www.almasryalyoum.com]

We are all egyptians, copts or muslim or atheists, doesn't matter, we all suffer the same under oppressive regime. Why should we backtrack on our freedom now? Was everything for nothing 9 months ago?
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YOU STUPID SHIT...read my post again, put on your thinking cap...

Educate myself? (LOL one of my best friends is Egyptian muzzie)And the Muslim Brotherhood? The group supporting the rapes/murders of Copts? My personal opinion is that ousting Mubarak, crook that he was, from power was a mistake. More non-muslim people will die..and the fallacy that the MB didn't want any power...boy did I have to eat crow on that. One cannot reason with religious idiots.

NOW, tell me, why the STUPID shit Americans on here should and would support your lot breaking laws and getting beat, shot, ect by police would stir them as their attitude about their FELLOW AMERICANS is that they should all be shot in the head....you sir are an idiot and I recommend you back away from GLP carefully...if you've been reading here they attitudes about protestors you would know that your views/troubles are not welcome here. You'll be lucky if you can get away without being executed.
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Breaking the law for protesting?
Are you threatening me? That is against the law as far as I know. I see who's talking here...no use with your kind.
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All Hail the peaceful Arabic Spring revolution!
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All hail the CIA
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So army say there were no orders to clear tahrir, soldiers acted on their own #passthebuck via@Nadiaglory

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BREAKING NEWS:

Egyptian political groups call for mass rally on Tuesday

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1 Million march planned for tomorrow by political and revolutionary groups.

Protesters want the military junta to pass power to a civilian led government. I hear some intellectuals and president candidates are in talks how to solve this crisis.

I think cool heads need to be kept now on all sides. Tahrir is filled and peaceful...on the outside though police is firing tear gas and rubber bullets at protesters. The violence has to stop so it doesn't escalate, it won't help anything now.
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UK and USA thought by getting rid of Mubarak and fooling people they can get away with stopping a real revolution, but it has not taken long for people to realise they were fooled again.
Perhaps this time we can see a real change.
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I am unclear what this horrible unlawful protest is doing pinned on GLP. In fact I am shocked as it is and has been VERY clear that these vile protestors are breaking laws.

Arab Spring started out as peaceful protests....the people for the people, you know that whole American freedom thing? Our President spoke out in support of the people, decrying the "violence" used against "peaceful protestors" that the Egyptian shits said were breaking the law...OMG you are not allowed to came out in Tahir, LAWS were being broken all over the place. But the people persevered and Obama could not say enough in support of PEACEFUL protestors who were acting in civilly disobedient ways.

SO< TELL ME WTF is this doing PINNED on GLP? So what, the cops are going to make the protestors obey the law...and who gives a shit if, in the course of their duties protestors are hurt, after all they area asking for it by breaking the law. The protestors are just lazy Egyptians, muzzies who want things handed to them on a silver platter...never mind their country being ass raped by graft and banks, and politicians....

This place amazes me. Obama will NOT OPEN HIS MOUTH NOW for Egypt, he dare not...because it will paint him as an even bigger hypocrite than he seems already...not once has he spoken out against the UNWARRANTED VIOLENCE aimed at U.S. protestors..NOT ONCE..and if that asshole speaks out against the current wave of violence aimed at protestors in Egypt HE HAS LOST THE ELECTION ALREADY...he will just make it worse. So, sorry Egypt, you're on your own. But I sure as hell would not look for support at GLP, they are against protestors, especially peaceful ones and for the most part here they cheer when they see protestors being maimed and wounded.

Best take your case somewhere else. GLP is not a safe haven for those who dare break any laws for ANY reason.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 1538919


You have no understanding what is going on. Egyptians are there to install a civil secular democratic leadership. The Military when it took over said it would hand over power after 6 months to a civilian interim government, then it would lead to elections within 90 days. Now we are 9 months later and their roadmap leaves them in power til 2013 and there are no changes...same oppressive tactics as before.

Muzzies? Really? Please educate yourself before making ridiculous statements!

Coptic movements on Sunday condemned security forces' violent attempt to disperse a sit-in organized by unarmed protesters and victims of the 25 January revolution in downtown Cairo Saturday.

The had protesters demanded the sacking of Prime Minister Essam Sharaf's cabinet and the appointment of a national salvation government.

The Maspero Youth Federation (MYF) announced its solidarity with the peaceful protesters, describing the manner in which security forces dealt with protesters as "unjustified." On 9 October, violence at a mostly Coptic protest at the state TV building left 28 people dead.
In a statement, the MYF demanded “a national salvation government and a civilian presidential council to bring the country out of the dark tunnel Egypt has entered into during the past 10 months." The MYF announced that several of its members had been injured during the protests.
[link to www.almasryalyoum.com]

We are all egyptians, copts or muslim or atheists, doesn't matter, we all suffer the same under oppressive regime. Why should we backtrack on our freedom now? Was everything for nothing 9 months ago?
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 5696950


YOU STUPID SHIT...read my post again, put on your thinking cap...

Educate myself? (LOL one of my best friends is Egyptian muzzie)And the Muslim Brotherhood? The group supporting the rapes/murders of Copts? My personal opinion is that ousting Mubarak, crook that he was, from power was a mistake. More non-muslim people will die..and the fallacy that the MB didn't want any power...boy did I have to eat crow on that. One cannot reason with religious idiots.

NOW, tell me, why the STUPID shit Americans on here should and would support your lot breaking laws and getting beat, shot, ect by police would stir them as their attitude about their FELLOW AMERICANS is that they should all be shot in the head....you sir are an idiot and I recommend you back away from GLP carefully...if you've been reading here they attitudes about protestors you would know that your views/troubles are not welcome here. You'll be lucky if you can get away without being executed.
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Breaking the law for protesting?
Are you threatening me? That is against the law as far as I know. I see who's talking here...no use with your kind.
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Perhaps your level of FAIL is due to language issues, although most Egyptians speak Engrish better than Ameritards...

NOW, GO BACK and READ (like, really read) what I wrote and see if you cannot figure it out. ***PROTIP did you happen to NOTICE the deafening SILENCE in your thread from GLPers after I posted pointing out their UTTER HYPOCRISY?

PROTESTING is against the law, occupying ANYTHING in which a law might be broken, even though it is non violent protesting...is AGAINST THE LAW thus, according to GLP posters you and your ilk deserve to be executed. HELLO apparently you do not read on here much.
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I am unclear what this horrible unlawful protest is doing pinned on GLP. In fact I am shocked as it is and has been VERY clear that these vile protestors are breaking laws.

Arab Spring started out as peaceful protests....the people for the people, you know that whole American freedom thing? Our President spoke out in support of the people, decrying the "violence" used against "peaceful protestors" that the Egyptian shits said were breaking the law...OMG you are not allowed to came out in Tahir, LAWS were being broken all over the place. But the people persevered and Obama could not say enough in support of PEACEFUL protestors who were acting in civilly disobedient ways.

SO< TELL ME WTF is this doing PINNED on GLP? So what, the cops are going to make the protestors obey the law...and who gives a shit if, in the course of their duties protestors are hurt, after all they area asking for it by breaking the law. The protestors are just lazy Egyptians, muzzies who want things handed to them on a silver platter...never mind their country being ass raped by graft and banks, and politicians....

This place amazes me. Obama will NOT OPEN HIS MOUTH NOW for Egypt, he dare not...because it will paint him as an even bigger hypocrite than he seems already...not once has he spoken out against the UNWARRANTED VIOLENCE aimed at U.S. protestors..NOT ONCE..and if that asshole speaks out against the current wave of violence aimed at protestors in Egypt HE HAS LOST THE ELECTION ALREADY...he will just make it worse. So, sorry Egypt, you're on your own. But I sure as hell would not look for support at GLP, they are against protestors, especially peaceful ones and for the most part here they cheer when they see protestors being maimed and wounded.

Best take your case somewhere else. GLP is not a safe haven for those who dare break any laws for ANY reason.
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You have no understanding what is going on. Egyptians are there to install a civil secular democratic leadership. The Military when it took over said it would hand over power after 6 months to a civilian interim government, then it would lead to elections within 90 days. Now we are 9 months later and their roadmap leaves them in power til 2013 and there are no changes...same oppressive tactics as before.

Muzzies? Really? Please educate yourself before making ridiculous statements!

Coptic movements on Sunday condemned security forces' violent attempt to disperse a sit-in organized by unarmed protesters and victims of the 25 January revolution in downtown Cairo Saturday.

The had protesters demanded the sacking of Prime Minister Essam Sharaf's cabinet and the appointment of a national salvation government.

The Maspero Youth Federation (MYF) announced its solidarity with the peaceful protesters, describing the manner in which security forces dealt with protesters as "unjustified." On 9 October, violence at a mostly Coptic protest at the state TV building left 28 people dead.
In a statement, the MYF demanded “a national salvation government and a civilian presidential council to bring the country out of the dark tunnel Egypt has entered into during the past 10 months." The MYF announced that several of its members had been injured during the protests.
[link to www.almasryalyoum.com]

We are all egyptians, copts or muslim or atheists, doesn't matter, we all suffer the same under oppressive regime. Why should we backtrack on our freedom now? Was everything for nothing 9 months ago?
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YOU STUPID SHIT...read my post again, put on your thinking cap...

Educate myself? (LOL one of my best friends is Egyptian muzzie)And the Muslim Brotherhood? The group supporting the rapes/murders of Copts? My personal opinion is that ousting Mubarak, crook that he was, from power was a mistake. More non-muslim people will die..and the fallacy that the MB didn't want any power...boy did I have to eat crow on that. One cannot reason with religious idiots.

NOW, tell me, why the STUPID shit Americans on here should and would support your lot breaking laws and getting beat, shot, ect by police would stir them as their attitude about their FELLOW AMERICANS is that they should all be shot in the head....you sir are an idiot and I recommend you back away from GLP carefully...if you've been reading here they attitudes about protestors you would know that your views/troubles are not welcome here. You'll be lucky if you can get away without being executed.
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Ok this guy makes himself look so bad that it bolsters the other side of the argument. Just ignore him and try not to feed the troll....(Brief? Walkers? Is that You? Only a few people here who are capable of spewing such backwards filth, but I digress).

All I can say is that he only represents and EXTREMELY vocal minority here so don't worry, lots of actual human beings here reading for info too, so thx for posting from Egypt!
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You have no understanding what is going on. Egyptians are there to install a civil secular democratic leadership. The Military when it took over said it would hand over power after 6 months to a civilian interim government, then it would lead to elections within 90 days. Now we are 9 months later and their roadmap leaves them in power til 2013 and there are no changes...same oppressive tactics as before.

Muzzies? Really? Please educate yourself before making ridiculous statements!

Coptic movements on Sunday condemned security forces' violent attempt to disperse a sit-in organized by unarmed protesters and victims of the 25 January revolution in downtown Cairo Saturday.

The had protesters demanded the sacking of Prime Minister Essam Sharaf's cabinet and the appointment of a national salvation government.

The Maspero Youth Federation (MYF) announced its solidarity with the peaceful protesters, describing the manner in which security forces dealt with protesters as "unjustified." On 9 October, violence at a mostly Coptic protest at the state TV building left 28 people dead.
In a statement, the MYF demanded “a national salvation government and a civilian presidential council to bring the country out of the dark tunnel Egypt has entered into during the past 10 months." The MYF announced that several of its members had been injured during the protests.
[link to www.almasryalyoum.com]

We are all egyptians, copts or muslim or atheists, doesn't matter, we all suffer the same under oppressive regime. Why should we backtrack on our freedom now? Was everything for nothing 9 months ago?
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 5696950


YOU STUPID SHIT...read my post again, put on your thinking cap...

Educate myself? (LOL one of my best friends is Egyptian muzzie)And the Muslim Brotherhood? The group supporting the rapes/murders of Copts? My personal opinion is that ousting Mubarak, crook that he was, from power was a mistake. More non-muslim people will die..and the fallacy that the MB didn't want any power...boy did I have to eat crow on that. One cannot reason with religious idiots.

NOW, tell me, why the STUPID shit Americans on here should and would support your lot breaking laws and getting beat, shot, ect by police would stir them as their attitude about their FELLOW AMERICANS is that they should all be shot in the head....you sir are an idiot and I recommend you back away from GLP carefully...if you've been reading here they attitudes about protestors you would know that your views/troubles are not welcome here. You'll be lucky if you can get away without being executed.
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Breaking the law for protesting?
Are you threatening me? That is against the law as far as I know. I see who's talking here...no use with your kind.
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Perhaps your level of FAIL is due to language issues, although most Egyptians speak Engrish better than Ameritards...

NOW, GO BACK and READ (like, really read) what I wrote and see if you cannot figure it out. ***PROTIP did you happen to NOTICE the deafening SILENCE in your thread from GLPers after I posted pointing out their UTTER HYPOCRISY?

PROTESTING is against the law, occupying ANYTHING in which a law might be broken, even though it is non violent protesting...is AGAINST THE LAW thus, according to GLP posters you and your ilk deserve to be executed. HELLO apparently you do not read on here much.
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I try to understand maybe I misunderstand you were being sarcastic. My apology - my head is a bit heavy from the last events, now everything is happening so fast and I'm worried of things escalating. We hope they won't make the mistake like before to continue being violent against Protesters because we saw what happened before, both sides will loose with violence.

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