Skip to comments.Cairo government office torched as protests rage: state TV
Posted on 02/04/2012 5:06:36 PM PST by ColdOne
CAIRO (Reuters) - Egypt's tax authority building in Cairo was set on fire as street protests against army rule raged into the early hours of Sunday, state TV footage showed.
Parts of the building, close to the interior ministry, were set ablaze, state TV said.
Anti-government protests, triggered by violence at a Port Said soccer match which killed 74 people, have killed a further 12 people in the last four days. This last week was one of Egypt's bloodiest since an uprising
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Ssspprrrii-eeennggg iz in the air!!!!
Thanks ColdOne. Must be that “anti-corruption” streak in Islam. [hold muh barf bag]
It’s da JOOS!
When they start attacking tax offices, you know it’s
out of control.
It would certainly scare the bejeebers out of the
powers that be here if it started happening.
Yes it was all Mubaraks fault but since tha mean man is
gone what seems to be the problem. Obama is loving it
you can be sure
The muslim spring has sprung!
Arab Spring, also known as “Pushing Up Daisies Time” in Arabic.
Gee, I already miss the good old days of Mubarak, and the Shah, and even Batista.
Yep, they're just warming up. Another month or two to go.
so now their mad at the cops/military for NOT acting....they can't win...
they are too impulsive, self centered, have no critical thinking abilities, and count the future as being "tomorrow"....
IOW, the pro-jihadist shill writing this swill for Reuters is dissembling [euphemism]. 74 people get killed by as many as 74 other people at a freakin' soccer match, and suddenly it's anti-government protests.
...street protests against army rule raged... Anti-government protests, triggered by violence at a Port Said soccer match which killed 74 people, have killed a further 12 people in the last four days.
What these people need is more Christianity and less Islam. Islam teaches hate, and this is what you get by preaching hate. Sorry if this is not politically correct but the truth is the truth.
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