Monday, July 1, 2013

#June30 : What I saw

The protests of June 30 were the biggest thing I have seen. It is biggest than the 25 January 2011 and 28 January 2011. It is biggest than any other wave I have seen in Egypt. I saw a cross section from Egyptian society in that big rally or rallies coming from Giza , from Mostafa Mahmoud and trying to cross Al Galaa Bridge to join the rest of the protesters at Tahrir square. Of course they could not join them because the square was full in some historical scene.

Unlike other protests and revolutionary waves , it is no longer a youth movement. It is more varied. I am trying to understand that scene in front of me. Anyhow I could those snap shots below. By the way I am still uploading more photos to the album.

Wait for the video clips.

10 comments:

  1. very good thank-you Zeee

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  2. Zeinobia: I salute all the people of Egypt and no one is scared any more from these evil people.

    The real difficulty here is that Morsi and his gang are weasels and they would want to stay in power even if they have to sell their mothers and their soul to the devil so no one should buy their Mea Culpa

    So first demand is: Morsi has to go as well as his despicable gang

    Egyptians have to make it clear that religion and politics do not mix and this should be part of the plan. There should be no official religion or even language after all how can a country follow a religion or even speak a language. Egyptians? they are free to follow any religion they want to follow and to speak any language they want to and this would allow Islam to be what it is: A real religion and not the tool of weasels that would use with no shame to discredit those that do not agree with them

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    1. All I can see and hear is extreme hatred which was generated by poisonous propoganda so as to make out that Mubarak was much better. All this about revolutionary trials for the MB and no more mention of Mubarak and his regime makes me feel that this is the return of the regime with the help of the army. If we want to talk about dictatorship it was under the rule of Mubrak an not Morsy who was so weak that he left TV stations to broadcast hateful propoganda and divide the nation. Now that the police are regarded as revolutionaries and all Mubaraks people are back in the picture I,m sorry to say I dread that the revolution is dead. Anyway the coming days will show if I'm right to make such a conclusion

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    2. You wrote

      >All I can see and hear is extreme hatred which was generated by poisonous propoganda

      Hatred? where? The hate is when el-ikhwangiyya call us kuffar wa 3ilmaneyeen and you know what? I'm proud to be a kafir wa 3ilmanee

      >so as to make out that Mubarak was much better.

      Where did I mention Mobarak? And where were el-ikhwangiyya on January 25? Let me guess hiding under their beds right?

      You see without kuffar and 3ilmanyeen el-ikhwangeyya would not have been in power

      > All this about revolutionary trials for the MB

      Yes if they have committed crimes then members of the MB that committed such crimes should have their day in court and the first one that should be in jail is the criminal and irhabi so called sheikh abd el-maged he incited violence that despicable weasel

      >and no more mention of Mubarak and his regime makes me feel that this is the return of the regime with the help of the army.

      Mobarak is gone get over it

      >If we want to talk about dictatorship it was under the rule of Mubrak an not Morsy

      Morsi is an embarrassment to Egypt and to decency. Morsi does not care about Egypt he cares about his stupid caliphate but not Egypt.

      > who was so weak that he left TV stations to broadcast hateful propoganda and divide the nation.

      Who is the "he" here? you do not make sense

      >Now that the police are regarded as revolutionaries

      No they are not they killed innocent people in cold blood the likes of Khaled Said and the army killed innocent people the likes of Mina Daniel in cold blood they are mugremeen and they should be held accountable for these crimes

      >and all Mubaraks people are back in the picture

      Really? where? was that loser from el-gami3a el-islamiyya that almost became in charge of Luxor a Mobarak's man too?

      Your claims are ridiculous

      > I,m sorry to say I dread that the revolution is dead.

      No what is bankrupt is el-ikhwan and their supporters

      > Anyway the coming days will show if I'm right to make such a conclusion

      I feel sorry for Egypt for having your likes

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  3. Zeinobia: I forgot to mention that it is about time for Egyptians to realize that America cannot tell them what to do and that Hayzaboon or Anne Patterson has to get lost

    What a despicable woman

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  4. Prayers for the peace of Egypt in the coming hours and days. The country has great potential if people can just hold together.

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  5. Thks for the info.

    Go People GO...

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  6. Do you have numbers?

    I read over 17 million but can't find sources.

    Sarah

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  7. This is what I saw from Hurghada. It was simply amazing; although none of my photos showed an elevated view to give a better idea of the crowds. But the photos speak to the diversity of participants that you mention here. It was absolutely exhilarating, subhan'Allah. I actually snapped 194 photos...and due to an apparent technical difficulty with my camera, only 19 were publishable. :-( http://www.demotix.com/news/2211217/thousands-june-30-rebel-tamarod-supporters-march-through-hurghada#media-2211018

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  8. Yes perhaps it's the biggest. But the number of pro-Mursi supporter is way bigger. Don't be biased in writing.

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