Egypt braces for rival rallies, army signals crackdown

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BanglaFirst wrote:

Evil Sisi dictator and his illegal henchmen cannot vanish the rights of the majority that voted in Muslim Brotherhood and other Islamist.Long live democracy and solidarity and down with dictators and their salivating dogs who serve them.

Jul 25, 2013 3:07pm EDT  --  Report as abuse

By now, one would think that ‘riot police’ would be using a variety of dyes and a slippery soap-solution in water cannons, so as to at least impede protesters. If they can’t stand; there’s not much danger or damage at risk – add the advantage in arresting members of unruly crowds. (Red stain used on the Monday protesters; blue on the Tuesday protesters, etc.)

Jul 25, 2013 3:37pm EDT  --  Report as abuse
franknolo wrote:

This is a tragic development. Egypt has always been a place where the military has never wanted to take orders from civilian government, but if the military wants to rule over civilians in Egypt, it cannot ever do so without a democtratically elected civilian government that it must take orders from as a matter of law. But once a President is finally elected, guess what? It will end up issuing orders and the military will once again refuse to accept those orders because they feel that they are the only true leaders of Egypt when they got their ass whipped by Israel over and over. Egypt military only likes to fight defensless civilians and pick on its own citizens in Egypt that are armed with nothing more than rocks and low level weapons, because they will not fight anyone that can defend themselves with proper armaments like Israel. Maybe Morsi should partner with Israel, becuase I guarantee you if he returned to Egypt with an Israeli army, the entire Egyptian military would be wiped out on the spot because they are cowards and criminals with guns, and not brave soldiers and even the weakest of jews can take out entire battalians of Egyptian military. Any military that can wage war against its own civilian population is a coward military, and I pray Israel makes sure that not one Egyptian military official remains if they are provoked to enter a civil war in the entire region upon the collapse of Egyptian nation due to brutal massacre of Egyptians by their own military.

Jul 25, 2013 3:45pm EDT  --  Report as abuse
AlkalineState wrote:

“Egyptian army threatens to shoot violent protesters”

Yeah, that will calm things down. Start shooting your own people in the streets. And here we had written the middle east off as a bunch of dark-age bigoted morons.

Jul 25, 2013 4:15pm EDT  --  Report as abuse
kenradke11 wrote:

I will never myself agree with any groups who want to push their Islamist ideals (Sharia law) on the world. The Muslim Brotherhood is selfishly ignoring a place in the Government and therefore they don’t deserve to have a part in it. For them it is “We rule!” and only us! or there will be chaos.
The Brotherhood needs to accept the offer or take a hike!

Jul 25, 2013 5:39pm EDT  --  Report as abuse
Ahmedkevin wrote:

General SIssi is bloodthursty evil dictator,his mother is a jewish woman from Morocco and he is acting like that in order to stop the Arab spring because Israel told him to do so.
His mother is from the sabagh family from the city of safi in Morocco and his uncle Gori Sabagh is member of Kenesset

Jul 25, 2013 7:10pm EDT  --  Report as abuse
Wesss wrote:

MB sheeps couldnt win comments on Egyptian sites , now they come to lie on foreigner ones , how pathetic !

Jul 25, 2013 7:56pm EDT  --  Report as abuse
oxen wrote:

The military junta should be resisted by all means possible. Time for tyrants or buffoons is over. This Al-Sisi fellow must be removed and the army restructured. Morsi should have fired all those greedy generals at start of his tenure, he made an error to leave the Mubarak machine in place

Jul 25, 2013 9:13pm EDT  --  Report as abuse
arnoldripkin wrote:

Religious democracies will always result in persecution of the minority religion.

Jul 26, 2013 9:05am EDT  --  Report as abuse
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