At least nine die in Cairo violence, two killed in Sinai

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Nietzschele wrote:

Poor Egyptians. I love them and feel painful for what lies ahead.

Just like Fidel Castro is in perfect control of his ppl, so was Husni Mubarak. We have no right to interfere in other nations affairs if our interest aren’t in jeopardy.

The Egyptians were not ready to overthrow Mubarak and we shouldn’t have kicked him to the curb. Mubarak loves his ppl and he knew quite well that their time to unite hasn’t arrived!

Just as time will come for the Cubans so will it for everybody else. No need for the bloodshed.

Jul 22, 2013 9:11pm EDT  --  Report as abuse
StephanLarose wrote:

The brotherhood is not who “we” want in power, but you’re not going to make the region more stable by supporting a military coup.

Jul 22, 2013 9:31pm EDT  --  Report as abuse
pancy88 wrote:

What happened yesterday is not attack on morsi supporters, they knew people who are against morsi are protesting in tahrir and still morsi supporters went to one of the roads that lead to tahrir provoked people who r protesting in tahrir, morsi supporters had guns in a “peaceful” protest!! And video r available allover utube, they are sending a message to the world that things r not gonna be stable in Egypt unless morsi come back, which is a total lie, and I believe that this is terrorism from the Muslim brotherhood against the Egyptian people

Jul 23, 2013 3:34am EDT  --  Report as abuse
kenradke11 wrote:

The Brotherhood can sit in as long as it takes….forever…you are wasting your time because Mursi will NEVER be reinstated…rather The Brotherhood will be blacklisted as Islamic terrorists! They will be forced to disperse by the Army…there was NO coup, It was a move to appease the general population.Mursi will be found guilty and tried and prosecuted :)) There is a big difference boys!!

Jul 23, 2013 6:33am EDT  --  Report as abuse
AshCan wrote:

News coverage requires that you don’t take side and be impartial, this is apparently not true anymore! News are now steered and targeted; just like here where it seems that Reuters have decided to take side and promote one sided story, the Moslem Brotherhood’s!!!
Doesn’t matter, and more importantly doesn’t change facts that the MB are a Fascist organization that almost got a hold of Egypt for the sole purpose of splitting it into smaller nations!
The people of Egypt took to the streets in the largest protest recorded to date in history to oust this fascist regime and succeeded with the help of its army, yet 30 Million+ on the streets of Egypt weren’t good enough to justify to the biased media calling it a revolution!
hypocrisy at its worst!
Like I said; won’t matter Egypt is our Country and we Egyptians decided to take our future in our own hands and change it to the betterment of us Egyptians and nothing else!
The day will come when the whole world will thank the revolutionists Egyptians for helping the world getting rid of a fascist Moslem Brotherhood regime that would have caused the world pains no less than Nazism had it prevailed! Your turn on Tunisia…

Jul 23, 2013 9:04am EDT  --  Report as abuse
Indy56 wrote:

“since the army removed the Islamist politician from power on July 3 following protests against his rule.” Can someone tell me how this is not a military coup. Seems as though the entire world excluding our present administration can see this yet obama can’t.

Jul 23, 2013 9:26am EDT  --  Report as abuse
FriendlyTxn wrote:

This is a tragedy which the US government is making worse, not better! As an American, I am deeply ashamed that my government is not speaking out against Islamic extremism (Morsi and his gang) and supporting freedom-loving people everywhere!!!

Jul 23, 2013 10:00am EDT  --  Report as abuse
FriendlyTxn wrote:

This is a tragedy which the US government is making worse, not better! As an American, I am deeply ashamed that my government is not speaking out against Islamic extremism (Morsi and his gang) and supporting freedom-loving people everywhere!!!

Jul 23, 2013 10:00am EDT  --  Report as abuse
MikeyLikesIt wrote:

@Nietzschele

I really like your comparison of Egypt to Cuba, though Fidel’s brother Raul is in charge now.

Jul 23, 2013 10:13am EDT  --  Report as abuse
stambo2001 wrote:

Don’t matter how the media spins it, the fact is that the two islamist parties together garnered 75% of the popular vote. The military has usurped the vote of 75% of the population in their coup. Civil war is guaranteed, and is itself the signature of a failed coup. This is textbook stuff here folks.

I’m not sure how anyone one of us living here has any right to tell any other countries citizens how to run their government. If we pretend to believe in democracy, and a democratic election resulted in an Islamist government, we kinda have to accept it. That’s the way the system works. If the entire world starting to vote on international issues in a true global democracy the west better get used to being out voted. There are only 330 million americans in a global population of over 6 billion. On a global scale the western perspective is in the minority.

Jul 23, 2013 3:32pm EDT  --  Report as abuse

Democracy!!! Love it or leave it!!!

Jul 23, 2013 4:10pm EDT  --  Report as abuse
Wesss wrote:

The MB betrayed the revoultion and all Egyptians , If democracy means backstabbing then it is not for us

Jul 23, 2013 8:32pm EDT  --  Report as abuse
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