Saturday, January 25, 2014

#Jan25 : Third year anniversary

Here is coverage for the third anniversary of 25 January revolution. Today is a busy day where as most Egyptians are staying in their homes the pro-El Sisi supporters are allegedly celebrating the revolution where as they are demanding the general to run for presidency while the Pro-Muslim Brotherhood supporters are allegedly celebrating the revolution where as they are actually demanding the reinstatement of Morsi and the Muslim Brotherhood rule.
Small groups of revolutionaries are also going to celebrate the revolution despite all the odds and arrests. It is tough day because Ansar Beit Al Maqids warned that they will bomb Cairo to the end of that talk.
Personally I feel stabbed this year , this is not our 25 January revolution nor our Tahrir. :)


  1. Thanks a lot for the work done, love and support from Paris France

  2. I hate that we're still being called "Pro-MB" when a hell of a lot of us are certainly not so. My friends and I who all went down today with the rest of the anti-coup protestors are quite anti-MB. We are anti-military rule, we are anti-MOI and police brutality, we are Khaled Said; don't see how that makes us pro-MB.

  3. I tried to post today on your newer blog page regarding the kidnapped diplomats, but twice I tried and twice it "disappeared". Something is going on. What I tried to say is that there is one rule for those at the top such as was done in 2004 when Iraq's PM Allawi extended family, an uncle, cousins were kidnapped and another rule for everyone else. His family immediately had a ransom paid but the "everyone else" still lingers in Pakistan and elsewhere just died or were tortured to death. It's this way world wide I suppose. US says, "we do not pay nor negotiate with terrorists" as their mantra, yet they DID with Allawi's family, the only time I'm aware of. There must be other times too. Everyone else is on their own. You may want to check and see why you cannot post replies to be seen on that blog page:
    BBC NEWS | Middle East | Relatives of Iraqi PM kidnapped
    Nov 10, 2004 ... Three members of Iraqi Prime Minister Iyad Allawi's family are seized from their home in ... Most are released after a payment of ransom.


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