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    Posted January 29, 2014 by
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    Protests in Egypt: Your experiences

    Egypt "مصر"

     
    I'm Egyptian young man in 22, so you might think I'm the one who encourage 25 January revolution but the fact is I wasn't at first because president elections were within 6 month, but when people die and how government deal with protests without humanity their something wrong happen. I become interested and recognize its our future and we must co-operate to make Egypt better. People woke up from their longest sleep and silence. The president Muhamad Hosny Mobarak step down and we go throw president election within couple of month. As a young guy I look to all elects and their plans to make Egypt better I found everyone looking for his benefit and I didn't vote to anyone till final election between Muhamad Morsy and Muhamad Shafiq although no one of them want good for Egypt. I thought Muhamad Morsy less dangerous so I voted for him. I still don't know if he won because votes or he won because people fears from old government comeback. Throw a year he didn't say any effective speech about what happen in Egypt and how economic and community state. Every speech contains about third part and hidden hand to make Egypt down and a lot of babbler. So We found us we will lose everything and to make him wake up and look for Egypt interests so "Tamarud" appear and people comeback to street to tell him he must make referendum or leave presidency, But he didn't listen to people. Again people voice wins. Muslim brotherhood protest in Rabaa. I don't know is their have excuse to fight for case and isn't a coup. I see it wasn't a coup it a people's voice. But wrong thing happen again when people die at Rabaa how government and army deal without a humanity for a third time. I don't say Muhamad Morsy's government didn't do that for a second time at El-Etahadyia but this part people protest to insulate him.

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