Egyptian Chronicles: #Jan25 : Police van slams into protester in Street of Cairo

Thursday, February 3, 2011

#Jan25 : Police van slams into protester in Street of Cairo



I do not know when this video was filmed exactly but it was reportedly filmed at Mohendissen , you can see the police van attacking the civilians as if they are nothing !! This is a CSF Vehicle so I will assume that the clip was filmed on January 28th , 2011.
I will start using this feature in YouTube to to post in a fast manner to the blog. The world should see the true face of the MOI during the time of Habib Al Adly.
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  1. hi zenobia,
    it is really a shame to see police officers attacking civilians in this manner

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  2. Good job Zeinobia,
    We are with you & with all Egyptian looking for freedom.
    We are everyday on-line watching and being witnesses what is going on at your country, thanks to bloggers like you, free-media, free-internet, free-people, free-minds...

    In the meanwhile we keep asking to our governments ¿which one is the side, they are at? because we are with anti-Mubarak demonstrators, and we don't want our countries to support a single minute more a criminal even in a fake transition with him in power.

    We are working in our local space spreading the news.

    Keep fighting against the dictatorship and do not demoralize by defending your rights against all the followers of the regime who are trying to end up with you by using violence.

    Keep strong we are all with you beyond any frontier.

    Hugs and regards from Spain
    Z+

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  3. And Senator Joe Lieberman wants an Internet Kill Switch in the USA - who is afraid of whom?

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  4. ZEINOBIA, IF MUBARAK RESIGNS TODAY WE WILL HAVE A NEW PRESIDENT IN 60 DAYS UNDER THIS SICK CONSTITUTION. LEAVE HIM TILL HE MENDS THESE ARTICLES. NO PROTESTS TOMORROW. SPREAD THE WORD.

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  5. SEVERE CRACKDOWN MAY BEGIN TONIGHT

    1)A tweet came across less than 10 minutes ago saying TV coverage of Tahrir Square was vastly reduced.

    2)Journalists are being rounded up.

    *The Tiananmen Square massacre began at night, and when the media was disabled.*

    3)Mubarak was interviewed at his palace less than 2 hours ago. Now making his location known - at the normal, symbolic location for a head of government.

    Protestors - IF the lights go out in Tahrir Square, the crackdown will begin in a few minutes.

    Journalists - keep those cameras rolling! Especially the ones that are night-vision enabled.

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  6. Al Jazeera shows Iraqis returning home from Egypt because it's too dangerous, haha.

    @Anonymous 2/03/2011 10:27:00 PM -- No protests tomorrow? I think you're pulling our leg. By the way your caps lock is stuck.

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  7. Pray for the enemies of the freedom protesters.

    It doesn't sound logical.

    But if the enemies of the protesters remember the good within themselves, they will stand down. And that is the best way through the crises.

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  8. The diplomatic car that ran over 20 people in cairo (28th-Jan-2011) http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_cWOK0Lfh7w&skipcontrinter=1

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  9. I am completely surprised and disappointed to see a large segment of Egyptians sympathizing with Mubarak and feeling sorry for him in spite of his brutal regime and corrupt history.
    This slave mentality has been ingrained in some Egyptian minds over 30 years.

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  10. Congratulations on this fine effort...please keep it up.
    Charles Carlson
    Colorado USA

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  11. The whole world is watching what happens in Egypt these days. Just wanted to let you know, the whole world and all the young people everywhere hope you can reach your goals and make Egypt a better place for all. Wish you all the best, take care.
    A. (A friend from Germany)

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  12. It is sad that America does not have the balls to stand up to our corrupt government! Hurray for the people of Egypt! You are in my prayers.

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