- Posted January 28, 2013 by
This iReport is part of an assignment:
Protests in Egypt: Your experiences
Egyptians defy Morsi-imposed curfew
Rather than responding to the demands behind the protest for the last three days in Egypt against fraudulent constitution, besieged Supreme Court and no regard to human suffering to the Egyptians, Morsi declared a state of emergency and curfew Sunday in the three Suez Canal provinces. Thousands of protesters have taken to the streets of Egyptian cities of Port Said, Ismailiyah and Suez in defiance of his orders holding Egyptian flags chanting “Down with the Supreme guide's rule" "leave, leave". Morsi became a laughing stock among Egyptians.
Morsi and his thugs Muslim Brotherhood (MB) leaders practice ritual contradiction, provocation and contrast actions against their previous stands. MB always demanded several rights before the revolution including lifting emergency law, now their persident enforce emergency law because they are in power and they have a president belong to MB.
What else Egyptians have to do to tell the world we don't want Morsi and his place is in the prison that he escaped from during the revolution?
When US foreign policy makers understand Muslim Brotherhood's deeply anti-Western ideology and their hate to US is engrained in the Muslim Brotherhood's DNA?