Tuesday, July 2, 2013

#Egypt : Protests , Rallies , Statements And Verdicts on #July2

And it is another crazy day in Egypt. We got double rallies today as both the anti-Morsi protesters and Islamist protesters are going to take the street to support their causes. We got phones from Obama and the new prosecutor general is old one too.
I believe that we need another live blog to keep with what is happening in Egypt after the break.


17 comments:

  1. Zeinobia: With Morsi's minsters leaving his cabinet it seems that, as I said before, the rats are fleeing the sinking ship of el-ikhwan

    Did you listen to the moron Nader Bakkar's interview with Amr Adeeb? yes I have no respect for Nader Bakkar or el-salafiyeen but it seems that el-salifiyeen are also joining those fleeing rats and I can assure you that the ship will sink

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    1. I listened to some morons on this blog saying that the US is at fault for both Mubarak and Morsi. It seems Obama forced 75% of Egyptians to vote for Islamist candidates and then forced a majority to elect Morsi as President. Obama even forced this blogger, Zeinobia, to vote for Morsi! And then the same people go on to say that this is a "turning point" which is prolly true as long as you keep in mind that Egyptians are stuck on stupid and are just turning themselves in a circle. People who accept no responsibility for their own actions and refuse to accept that they have gotten exactly what they wanted and what they deserve never seem to improve their lot in life, do they?

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    2. That, Sir, is simply not true. The USA are reckless in the pursuit of their own interests in the region which is access to oil and the security of Israel. Consequently they supported Mubarak as a welcome pawn in their come and they threw their support behind Morsy because the USA believe that as radical as the Ihwan may be - they are organized and thus could be controlled. Masses in the streets, however, can not be controlled and that there is no love lost between the average Egyptian and Israel is a fact.

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    3. Your post does not make any sense as you shall see


      >I listened to some morons on this blog

      Do you know what the word moron really means?

      >saying that the US is at fault for both Mubarak and Morsi.

      But you al-3abqari el-kabeer know that this is not true! Masha'allah

      >It seems Obama forced 75% of Egyptians to vote for Islamist candidates and then forced a majority to elect Morsi as President.

      Obama did that? why the delusions? you tell me

      >Obama even forced this blogger, Zeinobia, to vote for
      Morsi!

      So she did so what? Morsi is a loser

      >And then the same people go on to say that this is a "turning point" which is prolly true as long as you keep in mind that Egyptians are stuck on stupid and are just turning themselves in a circle.

      OK

      >People who accept no responsibility for their own actions and refuse to accept that they have gotten exactly what they wanted and what they deserve never seem to improve their lot in life,

      Sure people get the government they elect but ya 3abqari people can also change their minds and kick poor presidents the likes of Morsi out of office now do you get it?

      > do they?

      Do they what? so what do you want? that the loser Morsi stay in office and at what cost? you tell me

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  2. Zeinobia: I wanted to bring to your attention that Daniel Pipes is saying that he believes that the crowds at Tahrir square were the "largest political demonstration in human history."

    http://www.danielpipes.org/blog/2013/07/should-egypt-morsi-stay-or-go

    There is no going back Morsi has to go

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    1. well if pipes says it then you know its bullshit

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    2. You wrote

      >well if pipes says it then you know its bullshit

      Then respond to his article and prove him wrong and I can assure you, you will be making a fool of yourself

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  3. The 1st democratically-elected President was always going to have a difficult task. Morsi & the MB made it more difficult than it had to be by lying and giving false promises to people and by pushing religion too obviously to the front.

    Morsi is not a bad man and is a good muslim, businessman but a President should lead and have a sense that he knows where he is going. The Salafists don't want him, I am not sure what their problem with him is. Maybe they want their own man in power or are hoping for a weaker administration so that they can pursue their program.

    Egyptians are quite able to deal with the Salafist challenge and quite able to hold the MB to account which makes me optimistic. Now its time to find a candidate that the majority can back, who will make a more inspiring leader of the New Egypt. By the way, don't rule out anyone or any minority. Merit and talent should be the only yardstick, not religion or ethnicity or even gender.

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    1. Frankly Morsy was NOT democratically elected. I remember how it was: people were afraid of Shafiq so they elected the devil whom they did not know. 30% of the electorate consists of illiterates and the Ihwan were just assisting them how to vote ...

      Democracy is not just elections. It means that you protect minorities, respect other religions, don't torture people and that one includes others if one is elected by a very thin margin only.

      Morsy did none of that. He forced a religious constitution down the throats of the Egyptians. He failed to rein in fanatic preachers like Ghoneim and others and split the Egyptian people.

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    2. I mean he was more democratically elected than most previous holders of the position. I don't think it was appropriate to only have the choice come down to MB or Mubarak. Definitely 2/3 of Egypt don't have much use for him or the MB.

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  4. We're getting reports that street fights are breaking out. Is that true? Can you verify?

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    1. Yes it is true. The sooo peaceful Muslim brothers have declared Jihad versus their opponents and have started gunning them down

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    2. ???? The soo peaceful brothers are the elected government and Morsi the president. I think you will find it is the unelected self appointed secularist trend that are declaring war and joining with the corrupt elements of mubaraks regime in the army, police and judiciary to subvert the fledgling democracy

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    3. Do not fool yourself. Those millions who are about to push Morsy and his brothers away are not felool. WE ARE EGYPT!

      If a few hundred thousand want Jihad they can have it.

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  5. For the love of humanity, why is it that through history various religions around the world seek to force one to live and believe THEIR WAY !!! The only successful way out of this is a respectful secular democracy. The entire arab world needs to follow Kamak Attaturk who brilliantly set Turkey on the right path to prosperity and success. it's no accident they are the outstanding success in the arab world. Guess why???? Go to your church, go to your mosque, go to your synagogue, and keep your religion there!!!

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    1. what an absurd statement. It is the secularist trend that are forcing their view on Egypt. Elections brought in Morsi and the FJP, salafists etc Admittedly around 48% didnt vote for him but they are now enforcing their view with the army and no democratic mandate and using the same old corrupt police and judiciary to enforce it

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  6. You wrote

    >what an absurd statement.

    You do not make sense as usual

    >It is the secularist trend that are forcing their view on Egypt. Elections brought in Morsi and the FJP, salafists etc Admittedly around 48% didnt vote for him but they are now enforcing their view with the army and no democratic mandate and using the same old corrupt police and judiciary to enforce it

    He was elected and get over it.

    But let me ask you suppose you own a business and you hire a man in charge of this business and your board of directors elect him but within one year your business is on the verge of being bankrupt what would you do ي عبقري ?

    Let me help you: You fire him and find another manager and this is what the people of Egypt are doing

    Oh he can take you to court in-order to protect his job but I do not think you will ever find a court that will protect the job of an incompetent president

    Now if you do not get this much then regard yourself as beyond help

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