Egyptian Chronicles: Hossam and Reem Follow up : A chitchat more than an investigation

Tuesday, May 31, 2011

Hossam and Reem Follow up : A chitchat more than an investigation

By Mohamed El Nahas
Hossam El-Hamalawy and Reem Maged left the military prosecution with no charges what so ever, it was more of a chitchat meeting !! From three hours or more Reem and Hossam came out of C28 , the headquarter of military prosecution and according to their lawyers who attended the meeting , there were no accusation at all. Hossam Hamalawy was asked to report the incidents he spoke about in the show with evidence. Hossam did, already he went loaded with video clips , reports and testimonies on military police violations.
By Gigi Ibrahim 
By Gigi Ibrahim
Here is Reem speaking about what happened on video "Al Ahram portal"


She said that they only wanted Hossam to report the matter and there will be a meeting between legal experts , lawyer and military prosecution to discuss military tribunals. Reem stated very important detail that starting from now there will be no "Military source" said this or that , ranks and names will be mentioned to stop any confusion and any rumor.
I do not know what happened to Nabil Sharf El Din but it seems that just like Reem and Hossam it was a chitchat meeting. According to some friends there Reem allegedly gave the officers some advices on how to communicate with the people. They were all treated respectably. It is not a surprise. Hossam is going to talk on ON TV tonight.
By Gigi Ibrahim 

By Hossam Eid 
BY Hossam Eid
I bet the military prosecution did not know or imagine how Hossam and Reem were so popular as there was a protest outside the HQ in solidarity with them and in solidarity with freedom of expression.There were other people as well who came for their own men who are facing military tribunals.
The key words here are public pressure , we will not be silent on any violation anymore
Now I do not want anyone to speak about Nabil Sharf El Din or even see him on TV , this man must be blacklisted. He is just angry that he got no piece of the cake.
Nabil Sharf El Din : We are in front of nihilism absurdity “in reference to revolution”
By Wael Khalil
By the way why was not Hala Serhan summoned to the military prosecution because of her billboards where she wears a military suit !? 
Smile with tongue out
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8 comments :

  1. if it was just a chit chat couldn't they have met them in a cafe or something... you know a more friendly venue?

    Reem stated very important detail that starting from now there will be no "Military source" said this or that , ranks and names will be mentioned to stop any confusion and any rumor.

    just proven by CNN's anonymous General.

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  2. If there were more meetings and more "chit-chats" it would be easier to see everyone else as a human being.

    If there were more meetings and more "chit-chats" it would be more difficult for us to insult, hurt and kill each other.

    It would be nice if we could all see the humanity in each other.

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  3. @Mara, I'll have whatever you're smoking.

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  4. Hi Jason,
    In a less than ideal world......one can but dream!

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  5. move to wordpress please, remove everything after places to visit PLEASE

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  6. Please stop asking Z to move to Wordpress. People do that on my blog too and it's annoying. Zeinobia is an advanced user and makes full use of the customizations only Blogger offers, tweaking her style from time to time. Wordpress is gay. It's for n00bs and only offers a few pre-designed templates. (I would suggest to Z however that she increase the number of visible Recent Comments.)

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  7. The public pressure expressed in this case is one of the best outcomes of Jan25. It is also the main reason I believe Egypt will turn into a stronger healthier society in a very short time.

    Congratulations to the Egyptians for a job well done.

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  8. The military's unilateral approach to deciding Egypt's immediate future is an indicator that while Mubarak may have been ousted, the regime that put him in power remains deeply entrenched.
    For 60 years, Egypt was ruled by successive dictatorships grounded in the military.

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