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Yousef Hani
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Nothing more than a man who cared enough to try...
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See How the #coup in #Egypt turned Egyptian lives into a hellish nightmare. The video shows the way the plain clothed soldiers deal with arrested civilians accused of demonstrating against the coup. 

The man in the center of the van, who was carrying a plastic bag with dates in it, said that he just came from the United States, which was enough to earn him an extra wrath from the police thugs.

A ring tone on the phone was enough to label the van driver as an MB affiliate.

The video is loaded with slurs and verbal and physical violence, which is typical of the Egyptian police since the coup, reminding all Egyptians of Mubarak-era police brutality,

إهانة الأجهزة الأمنية للمصريين تحت الانقلاب

شاهد كيف يعيش المصريون كابوس جحيم الانقلاب، ومدي العنف والإهانة التي يوجهها بلطجية الداخلية لهم.

#مصر   #رابعه   #أم_الدنيا   #وبكره_تشوفوا_مصر  

#Rabaa   #Egyptcoup  

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#Figure_them_out #Egypt_military_coup #Martyrs #Injured #Detainees #Missing #General_Alsisi_massacres #25th_Jan_Revolution

One of the injuries today in the events of Jan 25th in Cairo,Egypt showing a 15-year-old boy wounded by Grenof Machine Gun shots, one in his right hand - which is almost amputated - and the other is above his knee.

*The link of the video showing the full incident
https://www.facebook.com/photo.php?v=461768147279844

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Is history about to repeat itself? I ask this urgent question because I have just returned from a very troubling trip to Cairo, a city that I last visited in the summer of 2011. Everything seemed possible back then, when the crowds gathered in Tahrir Square during the hopeful, happy, good-natured months that followed the fall of President Mubarak.

Today, protest is punishable by jail. Abductions are commonplace, torture routine. Demonstrators get shot dead. Following the coup that removed President Morsi on July 3 last year, a military junta is in control. Acting president Adly Mansour is a puppet. The defence minister, General Sisi, runs the country.

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An Egyptian riot policeman detains a female student of al-Azhar University during a protest by students who support the Muslim Brotherhood inside their campus in Cairo on December 30, 2013

#Egypt   #Rabaa   #Noscaf   #Injsutice   #cruilty  

#مصر   #رابعه   #يسقط_حكم_العسكر   #إنقلاب_مصر  
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Here you are a few gifts.... Go teach the world the true meaning of sisocracy !

#Egypt #Rabaa #مصر #رابعه 
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Looking back over 2013, what person or organisation has done the most to preserve the ideals of democracy and freedom? Who should win the prize for standing up for democratic rights in the face of autonomy-crushing authoritarianism? I can't believe I'm about to say this, but I think it's the Muslim Brotherhood, or at least its supporters in Egypt. 

More than any other group of people on Earth, the Egyptian masses who back the Muslim Brotherhood risked life and limb in 2013 to try to preserve the idea that the people should get to choose their political leaders and should be free to express their political views and anger in public. 

Where we liberals in the West merely write articles about the importance of democratic rights and freedom of speech, MB fans in Egypt have fought tooth-and-catapult for those things; they've even died for them, in their thousands.
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