Skip to comments.Egypt outraged by video of protest violence
Posted on 02/02/2013 5:10:50 AM PST by TigerLikesRooster
Egypt outraged by video of protest violence
Updated: 12:56, Saturday, 02 February 2013
After eight days of protests that killed nearly 60 people, a video of one demonstrator stripped, dragged across the ground and beaten has fired Egyptians to a new level of outrage.
Hamada Saber, a middle-aged man, lay in a police hospital this morning, after he was shown on television naked, covered in soot and thrashed by half a dozen policemen who had pulled him to an armoured vehicle near the presidential palace.
Maybe we need to import some oft those Egyptians so they will march into the WH and remove the imposter that has taken over our nation...
Note: Islam is NOT a religion. It is and always has been a political movement.
Better would be courageous Americans with enough gumption to get off their asses and go to the White House
How is that arab spring working ? Big mistake to overthrow Mubarak. The MB needs to be overthrown !
Meet the new Boss, same as the old Boss. Only not quite—the new Boss is waiving a Koran.
Pass the popcorn.
Surely you jest. They have jobs. They need these jobs so they can make income so they can send money to Washington so it will keep doing what it does.
Money talks. Nobody marches.
“...Egypt outraged by video of protest...”
Next they will have a protest in order to protest the video taken at the other protest.
Anybody who thinks that civilization can be brought to these subhuman barbarian savages is an idiot.
There are good Egyptians. Many of them. And they don’t want to have their lives encroached by the heavy hand of political oppression, whether the oppression is from a secular government or an Islamic government.
There are some good Egyptians, the Copts mainly, but they make up a minority. Egypt had a shot at liberty and instead, they voted for an Islamist tyrant.
Fingers crossed someone in the military decides enough is enough, and launches a coup against the president. Morsi has to go.
I’m just surprised at the timing, I thought it would take a little longer before they were wishing for the “good ol’ days” of Mubarak.
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