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    Posted November 20, 2012 by
    HasanAmin86
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    Turbulence, violence in the Middle East

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    As long as justice and retaliation are absent in Egypt, the clashes will be endless.


    Well, nothing new to be said, after almost 2 years from the Egyptian revolution all is the same.
    Ministry of Interior still do the exact same brutal crimes against protestors , same horrible deeds during Mubarak era, same during SCAF (Supreme Council of Armed Forces) era, Same as in era of Mohamed Morsi (the first elected president after the revolution) .


    Bullets, blood, injuries, gas bombs..Same brutality may be much more severing.
    More than 62 injuries, Ministry of Health officially declared, Mohamed Gaber (Gika) is the first martyr of this new massacre, with 2 bullets in his head and his chest, Clinically dead, as the bullets penetrated his skull and reached to his brain. Gika is the Admin of Facebook page " Against Muslim Brotherhood Ruling"

    Mohamed Mahmoud the third, as there was two huge and long battles between the Police and the peaceful protesters in the very same street, in 19th of Nov 2011(last for whole week) and in the 3rd of Feb 2012 (last for couple days) .
    “People Demands the regime to step down” it was said out loud in the streets,

    Here are the photos, and soon I’ll upload the videos in other posts.
    Hasan Amin
    Cairo
    20-11-2012



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