Tag Archives: Military

Just another rant

People my age have witnessed more funerals then weddings, is this normal? People who were educated and expected to have a bright future ended up running from a police station to the next searching for their friends if they weren’t … Continue reading

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November, again!

It has been 4 months since I last wrote anything here. It is just so hard to think with everything that is going on. The question of whether it is a coup or not a coup should be over by … Continue reading

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Between the coup and the revolution

Downtown Cairo on January 29 2011, people walking in every direction smiling -Which is unusual-, the smell of tear gas is still in the air and my face is still burning from the day before. Almost 14 hours passed since … Continue reading

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Some of the SCAF’s violations December 2011

It has been over 48 hours since the clashes started in front of the Egyptian Cabinet and this is how it started (Watch the video with English subtitles) Aboudi’s testimony: Afterwards, thugs along with army soldiers atop of the cabinet’s … Continue reading

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Bloggers vs. The SCAF

When the General Al-Roweiny confess on air that he was the one behind spreading rumours to control the crowd in Tahrir it was OK but when Maikel Nabil wrote about what actually happened in Tahrir he got jailed for “spreading rumours” despite … Continue reading

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Even martyrs couldn’t escape oppression

A martyr is defined to be the person who is put to death on behalf of a believe, principle or a cause. It is a fact that honouring martyrs is a must in all societies but, it seems like in … Continue reading

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Essam Ata & Khaled Said

Khaled Said’s case which was one of the many reasons that sparked the revolution helping with the mobilization and the anger expressed in peaceful protests was thought to be the last case of torture to death. Yesterday, Friday October the 27th Essam … Continue reading

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