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    Protests in Egypt: Your experiences

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    Morsy, new dictator rises

     

    CNN PRODUCER NOTE     HasanAmin86 says protests erupted in Tahrir Square after Egyptian President Mohamed Morsy granted himself broader executive powers. He says Egyptians are divided over President Morsy's actions, but he says the recent protests brought together a wide range of people from different political background participating against the President’s actions.
    - Jareen, CNN iReport producer

    Morsy is walking in Mubarak shoes but in much heavier Wanton steps over the Egyptians necks.

     

    Ugly face of religious fascism eventually revealed.

    Tyrannies are famous for selective amnesia, in the very same place (Tahrir Sq) almost same people with same chants had forced Mubarak regime to step down (after very dark era in Egypt 30 injustice years ) just less than two years ago !

    Morsy made a very long speech which was not aired in the formal national television, but at Al-Jazeera !

    He spoke for 90 minutes from his palace, surrounded by his supporters who usually brought from suburban by buses (mercenaries and cheap cheer leaders)

    While tens of thousands were fulfilling the Tahrir sq with angry (Step down Morsy) chants.

    Still Morsy police haunting the peaceful protesters, arresting, torturing, murdering the youth revolutionists with cold blood.

    While you read this a few survivors are trying very hard (struggle actually) to make a Sit-In in Tahrir Sq after long hours battle with police armored vehicle sirens, gas bombs , rubber bullets and arrests .just to make Morsy rollback his bizarre self-immunity dictator decisions.

    Meanwhile, Friday 23rd Nov 2012 is unforgettable day as many offices of the Muslim Brotherhood's Freedom and Justice Party burn in Alexandria and other cities as a crystal clear sign of people dis-satisfaction.

    Finally, we have to wait and see.

     

    Hasan Amin

    Cairo

    24-11-2012

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