Egypt presidency denounces overnight violence

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Egyptian police on Saturday (February 2nd) deployed near President Mohamed Morsi's palace after overnight clashes, AFP reported.

One protester was killed in the clashes and there is footage of another being beaten by police, which Egypt's presidency on Saturday said officials are investigating.

The presidency is "pained by the shocking footage of some policeman treating a protester in a manner that does not accord with human dignity and human rights", it said in a statement.

"The presidency affirms its and all state institutions' solicitude to implement what is contained in the Egyptian constitution on guarantees to citizens that ban torture, or terrifying and harming citizens mentally and physically," the presidency said, describing the event as an "isolated act".

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    مروة عبد الرحمن

    2013-2-21

    A message from the media broadcaster Hala Fahmy: O people of Egypt ... The decision to shut down YouTube for a month... And to change the frequency of the channels next Friday, under the pretext of making changes in Nile Sat ... All with the aim of preventing knowledge and information and messing people up... In addition to occupying the media of the people, 23 television channels, and broadcasting channels that pretend to be Islamic, but violate Islam and humans ... This is a conspiracy that hides behind it the intentions of multiple crimes that will occur against the rights of the people and the country during the coming days ... O God, I have informed .. Oh, witness it.

  • ماجد المحمدى

    2013-2-21

    Why is it that nothing happens during Muslim Brotherhood protests? I tell you it's because they are respectable, non-violent people, as opposed to the thugs of the former regime and of El-Baradei and Sabahi. May God be with you, esteemed President, and may He assist you against those who you say deserve to live. They deserve to die if they cause corruption.

  • احمد عبد الرسول

    2013-2-21

    There has to be violence, because whoever protests is a punk who does not know how to object. How can he be a democrat when we do not understand democracy in Egypt? We do not know anything about anything, and afterwards, when the police take action, it is considered oppression and suppression and whatnot. It is like those who say, “Hit me,” and then they cry and complain. When the president and the government try to implement the change that we've been asking for since the beginning of the revolution, the Opposition and the "Vandalism" Front start objecting. Then the people react and head over to Al-Ittihadia and light up Molotov cocktails and start committing acts of vandalism that look very bad and have nothing to do with a great revolution that started out peacefully and ended peacefully. Now, those who belong to the “We are Sorry, Mr. President” group are behind this, and the people of Egypt are following them. No one asked himself how many police officers have died, or is the police considered Israeli now? And we're supposed to be happy they’re dying? We are Egyptians, and we have to help each other more than that, and allow those whom we have elected to do their job. Shame on us for mistrusting each other, especially Mohammed Morsi, because it is a disgrace that we have no principles or respect for our leader.

  • نرمين محمد

    2013-2-19

    Ruining and burning are not the characteristics of Egyptians. Every destroyer is a devil, a traitor and an enemy of Egypt, and is being encouraged by a corrupt group of media people. O good, kind, authentic people of Egypt, protect Egypt; there are traitors in the private satellite channels with foreign hands barking and barking all the time, and causing headaches for the Egyptians.

  • عادل منير

    2013-2-18

    Undoubtedly, the rights of the Egyptians have been wasted after the January 25th Revolution. It has become difficult for the citizen to get his rights in this life under these painful conditions, where our youth live in the violence committed in Tahrir and in Etihaddiah Palace and all the difficulties that take place all over Egypt. All the governorates are clearly suffering from acts of violence, because there are many thugs who try to infiltrate among the Egyptian citizens to get rid of the people by any possible means, whether by killing them in front of all the people or by beating them to death, or by inciting strife among them and dividing them, which leads the people to differ among themselves. Actually, the number of victims of violence increases every day in a humiliating way. Also, precautions must be taken every Friday in order to rescue victims, because incidents are expected to occur, and people are expected to become the victims of crimes everywhere in Egypt.

  • أيمن محمود

    2013-2-17

    May God bless his soul. May God accept him in His large Paradise forever! God willing, he will be accepted as a martyr. God is our only Helper against those immoral infidels. What was the sin of that brave man exactly? Why the hell should his family suffer? There is no power but from God Almighty.

  • عبد العزيز محمد

    2013-2-15

    The problem is not with the dialogue, but the real problem is in three points: 1- The dialogue must be public and aired on all mass media. 2- All parties must pledge to respect and implement all what they have reached. 3 – No one can imagine that any individual can confiscate the presidency’s decisions, because the final decision is in the hands of the president alone.

  • منصور عبد الله

    2013-2-14

    This is not the first time the presidency has called for national dialogue; it has become like an invitation to dinner, where only the close people attend. In order to make the invitation serious and to have all parties attend it, many guarantees must be offered, especially since there is a lack of confidence in what is declared by the presidency and the president and in what is happening on the ground. It is the same policy as that of Mubarak, and this has become obvious to the people. Large numbers have joined the opposition for fear of a new Mubarak and a new National Party. The problem is that Morsi and the Brotherhood are depending on procrastination until the elections, and they will also get a majority, as in previous elections, even if it is through forgery and the rule will be stable. But we remind you of this, because remembrance benefits the believers: Cairo Governorate, where the headquarters of the presidency are located, mainly opposed the Constitution. Mubarak had the majority, the army and the police on his side, but this did not help him in the face of the will of the Egyptian people, who have other and different calculations that are difficult to predict. The road of agreement is hard but safe. Transcendence is easy but unsafe.

  • نافع عمر

    2013-2-14

    When the election date is set, the Front of Ruin and its representatives will re-introduce themselves with no identity. They deviated from everything that the opposition stood for, and they will find themselves faced with the elections within a few days. They did not prepare themselves and did not do anything, even though their downfall became clear to everyone, and they will not rise again after failing in the next Parliament. We learned some things from the president: patience, skill and expert crisis management in the absorption of unjustified anger. And we are still learning a lot from His Excellency; so he is the only right one. Claimants like me, who are calling for them to be punished, are rushing in. May God help you, Mr. President.

  • إيهاب رشاد

    2013-2-14

    When the Presidency corrects the mistakes it committed in the beginning, the opposition will not hesitate to cooperate. Unfortunately, the Presidency is concerned only with the interests of the inner circle and the Muslim Brotherhood, ignoring the common good. They do not care about the incidents in the streets since their children are not there.

  • نبيلة عبد العال

    2013-2-14

    Excuse me, sir, you who defend the Murshid and the Brotherhood, asking what they have to do with the matter: Is this the motto of your Party, which we see in the background behind you, or is it Photoshop and was it added in behind you?…O, Muslim Brotherhood, I hope you don't falsify what we see. As for the issue of withdrawing, what is the use of withdrawal, as long as the principle exists? Sponsorship and care, are these enough?…Stop lying, O people; God have mercy on you.

  • محمود عبد القادر

    2013-2-14

    If you are unable to protect your women within the Square, you are also unable to protect your revolution and your country. You'd better sit at home and leave the Square for women to protect it and defend themselves! Yes, there is a systematic plan to get rid of Egyptian women in the revolutionary process, because they are disturbing them and cause them insomnia at night; but the Square was protecting itself with the People's Committees in the January revolution, so why the backwardness now...O women of my country, you were and you still are the pride of this nation, despite the campaign directed against you to remove you...

  • سهيل سامى

    2013-2-14

    The country is on the brink of a civil war, leading to the inevitable collapse. Morsi failed in solving the successive crises that marred Egypt. The President must dismiss the Government of Hisham Qandil and form a national salvation Government. Qandil’s caused the shedding of the Egyptians’ blood and humiliated the citizens. For example, the incident of the citizen Hamada Saber exposed Morsi and his Government before the international community. The reluctance of President to respond to the people’s demands showed his disrespect for the Egyptian nation which elected him. The Egyptians brought him to the Presidential Palace.

  • حسنى حسان

    2013-2-14

    Experience has proven that Arab people are not ready for democracy yet since they lack any futuristic vision. Unfortunately, Egyptians have urged Arabs to hate all the Arab revolutions because of the chaos which is taking place in the country. In fact, some thugs and some slum dwellers are manipulated by the remnants and the corrupt media and claim that they are rebels. The best evidence on this, the media of the remnants have tried to make of the film, “the Dragged”, a new Khaled Said. However, they have failed since he belongs to the group which says: “We are sorry, Mr. President”.

  • زياد مشاري

    2013-2-13

    Violence will stop when the rule of the Brotherhood ends… The worst is yet to come. We will never accept a tyrant in any form.

  • امل عثمان

    2013-2-13

    These are the results of the rule of the misled, lying Brotherhood, who don't have the experience of running even a supermarket, let alone a country like Egypt.

  • سهيل سامى

    2013-2-12

    Despite the fact that all acts of the opposition are shameful and terrorist, they call it a conspiracy of the Muslim Brotherhood. Why don’t you capture one of these black crows and find out who he is? You say you have millions, so just capture one of them and find out who he is; check his identity so that at least you will have concrete evidence on hand to condemn the Muslim Brotherhood. You will never do this, and you will never agree to do this, as they are your sons, these black crows, and you are the terrorist. He is the legitimately elected president of all. God knows if the Islamists committed one percent of what the opposition has done, the world would have been turned upside down and their satellite channels would have done what a person can't imagine, in terms of defaming the Islamists.

  • نيفين عدلى

    2013-2-12

    God save Egypt from what is coming. It is hard to see what is happening in Tahrir Square. When young people come out to demonstrate and express their opinion, they are not going out to lose their dignity. On the contrary, when they came out to demonstrate, they were demanding their rights and the rights of their martyred brothers of January 25, and the right of all those killed in the Battle of Camel, as they came out to express their demands. What happened made them change their minds. It is hard to find that this is happening and no one wants to come out to Tahrir Square again. Who is the one responsible for killing these young people? If you say it is the bullies, I will agree with you, but who asked the bullies to kill people in this way, and those young people, who are like flowers? It's impossible for the bully to kill on his own desire. He must find someone who pays him money, food and drinks; he must find money to complete his transaction with the side that he deals with, as this is his job. And because the events all around prove the existence of bullies, and everything in Egypt has become a mess, then as a result, the bullies had a role, and I just want to know: why did that happen in Tahrir? The youth go to Tahrir to ask for their rights, not to be killed. There must be a target for us to be able to fulfill our goal. And to bring back our rights and dignity, which are gone. Why don’t you, Mr. President, go to Tahrir Square with the Egyptian people and mollify the situation there? Aren’t you the president who fears nothing, or are these just rumors?! Do it now, as you were doing it before you took over the presidency. Check the welfare of your people, Mr. President; they really need you.

  • مروه سلطان

    2013-2-12

    If the ministers appointed do not belong to the Muslim Brotherhood, it is said that they are from the previous regime. And if they are dismissed, they say that the Muslim Brotherhood plans to commit fraud, as they are dismissing the competent ones. And if an appointed person shows signs of religion, they say he is a member of the Muslim Brotherhood, and that the Muslim Brotherhood is planning to take everything over. And if national capacities are appointed, they say the president's party does not have any capacities in the party. If he doesn’t make a change, they say it is the intransigence of the president, who cannot make the necessary ministerial changes; and if he makes a change, they say this government couldn’t even last for two months, because it is weak. How can we classify those people?

  • رعد حمودي

    2013-2-12

    This is a report on the institution of the presidency. The Minister of the Interior could not contain the police officers, who feel that they are a scapegoat for the successive regimes and that they are the ones that the government and the political powers blame for the political failure experienced by Egypt now. This is in addition to his inability to manage the country’s security before and during the rule of those who are accused in the massacre of Port Said. He did not take the necessary measures before and after the issuing of the verdict, and the policemen did not control the situation in Port Said.

  • أنور مراد

    2013-2-12

    The majority of the Egyptian people no longer give much importance or interest to the instructions of Ayaat. All of them were just ink on paper, and they are not enforced or implemented, except in the imagination of the president and his party and group. The most notable is the challenge of the brave people of the Suez Canal against the decision to impose a curfew, as I mentioned.

  • على زايد

    2013-2-11

    I hoped that His Excellency President Dr. Mohamed Morsi will leave tolerance and patience in favor of implementing the law and holding them accountable for their words and deeds. However, Mr. President is wise and tolerant. He is like the father who is tender toward his sons.

  • مروان إبراهيم

    2013-2-11

    We have to expand the honest revolutionary leadership of the State and the national parties on the basis of the rule of the revolution which means the rule of the people to the people. This also means that the reconstruction of the State should be based on the vision of the majority and the prevention of the interests of the enemies. Indeed, the essence of democracy is the rule of the people by people through the election of their representatives. Patriotic citizens who are zealous on the sovereignty of the people should not disagree concerning this issue and their right to rule themselves and choose their rulers. This issue has been a mere theoretical hollow slogan. People should be cautious about the conspiracy of the infiltrators.

  • سليمان عثمان

    2013-2-11

    We really love Egypt and ask Allah to preserve the blood of its people and protect its youth. In fact, Egypt will be brought to the safe side if it gets rid of the visible and invisible hands which want to prevent the revolution from fulfilling its objectives. Yet, these conspiracies will fail since the wrong will come to an end.

  • طلال ما هر

    2013-2-11

    Those who flaunt that Morsi is a President elect ignore the fact that the credit goes to the rebels. The latter voted for him. In fact, Morsi won only 20% of the votes in the first round. The supporters of Hamdeen and the other revolutionary candidates voted for him on the understanding that he would make significant reforms. However, Morsi failed to keep to his promises. We admit that he is a democratically elected president. But, he rejected democracy after the elections! He imposed a Constitution through a forged referendum. The referendum was a real scandal in the international arena. He manipulates the Judiciary and appoints a proponent Prosecutor General, and fails to reform the Police, which are still killing the people. None demonstrated against Morsi before the condemned declaration in November, which turned out to be prepared in the Guidance Office!! So fear Allah and do not lie.

  • سمير وليد

    2013-2-11

    It seems that the opposition as well as the ruling party are involved in wreaking havoc in Egypt. The latter did not show any interest in taking real deterrent measures against the vandals.

  • ريان مهند

    2013-2-11

    The Egyptian political Islamic Government is a model of the puppet governments appointed by Obama in the countries of the Arab “winter”. In fact, it could not be a model for the others because it was born dead. It is a failed fabrication. It could exist only in the imagination of their masters in the West.

  • حبيب نايف

    2013-2-11

    A government that has rigged the will of the people, this is what the Muslim Brotherhood is clinging on to as is their representative in the Presidential palace. Were the Yemenis in agreement with the results of the elections in their country in which the former president won a majority of the votes? And are they against the revolution of their people? Morsi is repeating the same mistakes of Mubarak when it comes to him supporting the use of excessive force by the security, and in a faster manner, and with statements that he will have to pay the price for judicially. So, advise him to stop this, as this is better. As for supporting peaceful demonstration, it is necessary that he meets their demands, because he is the decision-maker and no one else is. Or does he think that people go to demonstrations and die because they want to take part in carnivals of peaceful demonstrations that the presidency and its supporters prefer. And was the Jan, 2011 revolution completely peaceful by the Muslim Brotherhood??!!

  • جواد ياسر

    2013-2-11

    If the president was a secularist or a liberal, we would see the Islamists in prison and on the gallows, and every one who demonstrates would have their feet cut off. Here is the president asking to hold dialogues, and he allows demonstrations to take place even in front of his palace, despite the fact that he knows the National Salvation Front is funding the Black Bloc terrorist group and that they are sharing intelligence with America, Israel and Iran. They want to have a coup d’etat just like the secularists did in the 1992 elections, and just like the secularist Fatah did when it sought help from Israel. We have reaped nothing but poverty, unemployment and corruption from the secularists and liberals, despite the opening up to the world. These people want power so they can steal people’s money.

  • إياد باسم

    2013-2-11

    What a loss, O Egypt, the land of science and law! We are in the time of the pseudo-Muslim Brotherhood.. A time of murderers, criminals and terrorists. A time when the citizens are dragged, and when freedoms are violated, and when the "pen" is attacked; the time of Morsi and the dark days in the history of Egypt of Qandahar, when the blood and lives of those struggling against injustice and putrefaction and oppression and backwardness and against the thieves of the revolution and against those who trade in religion are desecrated.

  • أمجد ماضي

    2013-2-11

    Well done, Morsi! If he agreed to this government, its formation would have taken a long time, and it would have taken a long time for it to start working, and you would have given the criminals and corrupt people what they do not deserve. If they demand fairness of elections or changing a particular ministry or committee and that change would be for the national interest, it would have been acceptable, or if they said a coalition government or national unity government, but instead they want a coup d’etat after that they have failed to convince the military to engage in a coup, and they have not found anything except to exploit dumb people and minors in order to set the country on fire and bringing it to a state of civil strife.

  • أسامة مشعل

    2013-2-11

    This makes perfect sense. The dragging incident is an isolated case which the media is trying to blow out of proportion while they ignore the systematic and continuing cases of the raping of young women in the Tahrir Square and the use of the black bloc militias wielding firearms and white weapons in order to kill the citizens and undermine security and destroy public property by throwing Molotov cocktails in a bid to overthrow the legality of the ballot boxes, which the media should have given proper coverage of if they are really objective as they claim, because these things have to do with public rights on which society relies for its stability, and not an insolated incident that they continue to cover around the clock in a repeated manner, as if they do not see the chaos being caused by the Front of Destruction in their bid to gain power using twisted means.

  • احمد الشناوى

    2013-2-11

    There is something strange about the "Front for Drowning Egypt", as it is not satisfied with democracy, and it wants to come to power by any means, even by means of destroying Egypt and bringing back dictatorship. But the Egyptians are noble people, and they will not allow Egypt to go backwards, despite the plots of the "Drowning Front", and the coming days will prove that the ones that will drown are the "Drowning Front" and not Egypt.

  • غاده عبد الرازق

    2013-2-11

    Please, everyone, do not lie, and do not take people for fools. Everybody knows the truth that the Muslim Brotherhood has won through fraud and bribery and the support of America. The Muslim Brotherhood has exploited the lower class that represents the overwhelming majority by giving them money and some rice and bread and oil in order to buy off their votes.

  • نصر الدين محمد

    2013-2-11

    For 50 days the group of thugs have occupied Tahrir Square, and they have affiliated themselves to the revolution and the parties of the opposition. That group have chanted slogans like: life, freedom, social justice. That group has stated that its ideology is liberalism, and that it’s better to completely reject Islam and its Shariah law. It presented the following specimen: 1 – More than 200 cases involving sexual harassment and rape that have occurred to girls during that period at a rate of about 4 cases per day. 2 – More than 20 cases of brawls with white weapons and firearms among the citizens of this country. 3 – More than 20 private and public facilities have been set on fire (4 schools, 5 malls, 15 government buildings). 4 – More than 50 vehicles belonging to Egyptian citizens have been damaged.

  • عمر عبد الرحمن

    2013-2-10

    It’s the first time the media of the ‘Fulul’ (remnants of the Mubarak regime) have criticized something about the police since President Morsi took office in Egypt. This is why day and night they are talking over and over again about a person who has the looks of a thug and who’s ready to lie and lie and lie time and time again and he wants people to believe him. Do you really believe that a person they claim is a revolutionary and who is demanding freedom and social justice would accept bribes and backdoor deals??? This confirms what is being said about the demonstrators: that they are after money and that they can be bought off with a few pounds to go and set fire to the walls of the presidential palace using Molotov cocktails and attempt to forcibly remove the gate of the palace with a vehicle. Have the satellite media outlets broadcasted these scenes and acts of vandalism and incitement? If that would happen in America they would have fired at them without any hesitation.

  • سمر مرسى

    2013-2-10

    When I saw what happened in the events that took place in the Square, and also in the Al-Ittihadiya Palace, I could not believe that what I was seeing was real in every sense of the word, and I could never believe that this in fact takes place every day in the Tahrir Square. We are supposed to accept this, and become very convinced, and get over these things, because I think that the Egyptian presidency does not want it to be any other way but this. I am really sad for Egypt. We don’t know where to find the solution for this, and all the events are coming up one after the other, and we all can’t do anything to solve the crisis. I also notice that the authorities in Egypt are evading everything around them. Quite the contrary, I see them throwing responsibility at each other, as if what is going on in the Tahrir Square is not their responsibility, and that only Allah knows who is responsible for that, and perhaps the people are responsible. I don’t want to put the blame on anyone at all, but we have witnessed these events as they were unfolding, because we are far away from the turmoil of war, and so the TV has to be our means to get the news of what is going on. Frankly when we see right in front of our eyes what is happening to the citizen Hamada Saber when his clothes were ripped off of his body in a shameful and obscene manner, this means that there is no longer any respect at all, not for religion or for human rights and not even for a person’s humanity, and this heinous scene is then displayed on TV. Also, others are beaten up in a horrible manner by the security forces and we’re seeing all this taking place right in front of our eyes, and the camera shows everything with clarity; those who are beating people up, and those who are getting beaten. Is it that difficult for us to understand? And when that stupid citizen came up cold-bloodedly and said “I am the one that took off my clothes”, and that these people were trying to save him; and we are supposed to seriously believe a stupid idea from those that came up with that.

  • عبد الله العمروسى

    2013-2-10

    Is Morsi Al-Ayyat really the decision-maker in the country? The decisions are made by the Supreme Guide and the Muslim Brotherhood office and Morsi just reads them out, meaning Morsi is just a pawn, an image, and he doesn’t know what to say or do. The Muslim Brotherhood are the ones that have put Morsi in that position unjustly and there is nothing he can do about it. What parliamentary elections do they want to have in these circumstances? The issue of elections and referendum has been in the favor of the Muslim Brotherhood, and they know what to do and they rig it and manipulate its results. These people are not going to bring the country to safety, and their end is near, as all their frauds and lies have become exposed, and the end is approaching for them.

  • ماجد المصرى

    2013-2-10

    What is democracy? It’s rule by the people. And how is it implemented? It’s done through the mechanism of elections, and the results that are in favor of the majority have to be implemented and respected, and the other side has no other option but to submit to the will of the majority. As for thuggerism, it’s rule by force without majority support by means of media lies and propaganda and beatings and killings with white weapons and Molotov cocktails and burning property and attempting to remove the gate of the presidential palace etc, and all means of violence and blaming them on the other side and attempting to ignore all these incidents. The organizers.. a journalist analyzed and discussed the issue of the isolated incident of the dragging of a citizen.

  • فارس احمد

    2013-2-10

    I also love my country, Egypt. However, I reject the so called “creative chaos” which is taking place in Egypt, Tunisia and prior to them Gaza. The perpetrators in all these countries are the members of the Brotherhood. Anyway, I want to found a group which opposes the vandals as well as the Brotherhood. The most important thing is money. Snatch and run!

  • هدى حمدى

    2013-2-10

    The democratic rule is a double edged sword. In America, the President may label any group or body as terrorist, if he deems so. Given that he is an elected President, he is responsible for the safety of the country. Thus, his resolutions shall be undisputed. There is no body in the State as a whole which has the power to veto his resolutions. Most importantly, everyone should know that rating an organization or a group as terrorist means that whoever supports, defends or provides them with any help, even if it is humanitarian assistance such as food or toys, is liable to legal penalties. In our precious Egypt, some boys hide their ugly faces, dress in black and carry various types of weapons such as stones, electric detonators and Molotov cocktails. They are burning public facilities and blocking any street they want. Unfortunately, some parties are supporting them. They even call them the “handsome youth”, as the director of obscenity said. It is worth noting here that in Canada, the democratic State, the people who are found to be participating in manifestations with hidden faces are sentenced ten years in prison even though they are not armed with weapons such as Molotov cocktails, stones and electric detonators... The major problem in Egypt is that freedom is new to us and we do not know that it has its obligations and that democracy is a double edged sword.

  • جيكا المصرى

    2013-2-10

    Although we do not need anyone, we should give the opportunity to the delegation and see what it will do and whether it will add fuel to fire or support the will of the Egyptians who have elected a President and a Government and written a legitimate constitution that is commensurate with the acceptable style by America and other nations. The latter rely on democracy and the freedom of elections as a foundation and a principle to be respected by everyone. As a matter of fact, this delegation should exert some pressure on its friends, the leaders of the "Front of Destruction and Corruption" and their likes, who are inciting the Egyptians to chaos, sabotage and wreaking havoc in the security of the country and disrupting its unity, and demand that they stop violence and their immoral acts, respect the legitimacy and make peaceful dialogue without any preconditions. (Allah knows best).

  • تيسير المنفلوطى

    2013-2-10

    Is it reasonable that a group declares that it wants chaos while the Egyptian presidency and Army do not react? I wonder where the role of governments in maintaining security and stability is, if any barbaric person can do what he wants. As far as I am concerned, the Government must take a firm decision given that Egypt is more important than these terrorist groups which declare that from behind their terrorist masks which we can see only in films.

  • ايلين موسى

    2013-2-10

    A law must be issued to combat destructive plans, such as overthrowing the legitimate regime by means of demonstrations and forcefully. Then, the venerable Sheikhs will let the law take its course or else there will be bloodshed.

  • على عمران

    2013-2-10

    If any member of the Egyptian opposition reads my comment, I ask him why you don’t file law suits against this man and against Wagdy Ghuneim? Why don’t you put them behind bars on charges of incitement to murder? You are really falling short.

  • مروه سلطان

    2013-2-10

    Since the Egyptians become divided over your decisions and constitutional declarations; since the Egyptians become divided over a constitution tailored for the Muslim Brotherhood and which disregards the interests of Egyptians; since you became a president of a group and ceased to be the president of all Egyptians, since you allow your group to beat and kill opponents near the gates of the presidential palace, then please step down, Mr. President.

  • محمد ثامر

    2013-2-9

    Egypt and its President will survive no matter what saboteurs, the Front of Destruction, the remnants and the corrupt media have carried out. In fact, the sabotage which is carried out by the front of destruction reflects its poor popularity and that it wants to rule Egypt through violence since it is not able to reach power via ballot boxes. May Allah destroy the Front of Destruction and protect Egypt and Morsi.

  • حامد اللميع

    2013-2-9

    Whoever criticizes others must refrain from committing the same things that make him attack them. This is the same scenario of Mubarak, but at the time of Mubarak, the people’s living conditions were much better and the additional thing is that we now have fatwas allowing killing the symbols of the opposition. What happens today is similar to what happened during the days of Mubarak. Ministry of health: 20 injured in clashes at Cairo, Alexandria, and Al-Gharbiyah. The Republican Guard Commander confirmed for Sky News Arabic that he is keen on "avoiding any direct confrontation with protesters. The Egyptian police fired tear gas at the protesters near the Presidential Palace in Cairo. The armored vehicles were deployed near Al-Itthadiyah Palace in Egypt, and the security forces use the tear gas against the protesters.

  • فهد مصعب

    2013-2-9

    What happened to the citizen who was dragged and stripped of his clothes, shows that our homeland is usurped. This incident is a crime and it cannot pass without fair retribution. The scene broke the hearts of the Egyptians, and I think that terrorizing and intimidating the protesters to refrain from demonstrating again against the current regime, is the reason behind the incident, especially in light of the existence of a systematic plan to prevent demonstrators from taking to the streets, as evidenced by the cases of harassment of girls at Tahrir square.

  • طلال ما هر

    2013-2-9

    The problem is that the Egyptians themselves just follow the trend. I mean if he tried to cover what is happening, they would realize that murder and bloodshed that we seen in the Egyptian street would never be the solution. I agree that the security forces are wrong for using violence, but the Egyptian people in Tahrir square must understand that endless demonstrations cannot solve all the problems because they are not the only solution that we have. I realize that the people are suppressed, but we are also required to find a suitable solution. The issue cannot remain within these limits the security forces are required to deal with the demonstrators in a humane way and the demonstrators are required to demonstrate peacefully. The daily demonstrations must stop. I think that Friday is sufficient for expressing the demands. I am sorry, but this is my opinion, though I do not belong to the Muslim Brotherhood. However, I do not accept this to happen to our president and our state. We are supposed to defend him. There should be deterrent measures to make everyone see what is suitable for him because president Mursi has not enjoyed his full opportunity to fix the affairs of Egypt. As long as there is barbaric way in Egypt, there will be no progress. We must understand that if we all fixed our affairs, Egypt’s affairs would be fixed.

  • زياد مشاري

    2013-2-9

    I demand the government and the Ministry of the Interior to follow those traitors who work for the treacherous opposition, which serves the interests of the western states, which demand the separation of Port Said, Canal Cities, and then the series of the separation of the Upper Egypt, Alexandria, Saariyah, 10th of Ramadan, and each governorate would declare independence. Where are the government and the Ministry of the Interior? Where is the army? O God! Save us from this situation.

  • حسام متعـب

    2013-2-9

    It is very strange to see masked people cutting off the metro line and throws Molotov bombs, while the demonstrators watch them and allow them to block the roads and burn the institutions in front of their eyes, then some commenters encourage this and say that the Muslim Brotherhood deserves this. What is this deviant way of thinking? What is this political stupidity? Do the people or the Muslim Brotherhood own the metro? Do its users ordinary citizens or just the members of the Muslim Brotherhood? Do the people or the Muslim Brotherhood own the Etithadiyah Palace? How the demonstrators claim that they are revolts and that they fear for the country and wants to serve it while they do this? Why they allow the homeless, street children and thugs to commit these crimes in front of their eyes without preventing from doing this or harassing the women? Did they bring those thugs to do this? Are they happy with these acts? Are they unable to prevent them? If they do this with them or agree to what they do, then he must realize that he would be exposed eventually. The thugs will not be allowed to do this any longer. If the fake revolts are happy because the thugs stand with them and help them in achieving their objectives, them they must realize that they have fallen into the abyss and went off the political course and chose the course of sabotage and gangsters.

  • أيمن محمود

    2013-2-9

    This is a gang and if there had been real police and National Security, they would have been arrested. However, it is sorrowful to say that there are one hundred question marks regarding the role of the police and the national security these days. Why they do not arrest those who terrify the people and block the roads to prevent the people from practicing their daily life. Where is the demonstration law? Where is the Shura council? Why the necessary laws are not enacted to provide safety to society? Are not these masked militias clear to all of us? I swear that the Egyptian people suppress their anger and show patience until the coming parliamentary elections. When this happens, all those who would instigate to these shameful acts against the homeland and the citizens will not have a foothold in the coming parliament because it does not deserve to be the representative of the nation and days would prove that I am speaking rightly.

  • باسل جمال

    2013-2-8

    Shame on you Egyptians. Shame on you Egyptians who claim to be home to an ancient civilization although you are a far cry from being civilized. Even the sexually repressed Arabs of the Gulf States and Saudi Arabia don’t do what you did. Unfortunately, sexual molestation is alarmingly rampant in Egypt.

  • أسامة مشعل

    2013-2-8

    Of course he denounces this. Are these people who are supposed to perform a sit-in or demonstrate? They are a bunch of ragtags and bobtails that set out to destroy and smash public properties. In my opinion, I see these scenes on TV and I don’t want anyone to say that the Muslim Brotherhood or the government is misleading the public. What are you doing near the presidential palace? If someone goes to another person’s house and starts insulting or troubling him or sets his house on fire, should he remain silent? Of course no. Hence, president Morsi must issue an order to protect the nation and its installations, and that is very normal. Regarding the man who has been recorded, I have a completely different opinion. This man is a member of the “Sorry Mr. President” group and I’m not falsely blaming him. Yes, I mean the guy named Hamada Saber who has been dragged in the street. He is a member of the “Sorry Mr. President” group. If you don’t believe, go and watch the video on YouTube. Apart from the video depicting him getting dragged, there is another old video of him talking about how unfair Mubarak is being treated. In that video, he also says that Mubarak has been our president despite everything. Thus, he deserves more than that, and I don’t want the president to denounce or do anything about this case. This is because this is the only way the country will move forward because people have a bad idea about democracy. Nevertheless, I blame the police for killing people because we are all Egyptians at the end of the day and any loss is our loss. You should arrest these people and put them in prison instead of killing them, and then let them face the law. But I’m not approving of killing at all.

  • ميريهان مجدى

    2013-2-8

    If they bring back Mubarak to be the Egyptian President, the situation will improve and even the Egyptian people will feel relieved. The ongoing bloodshed and attacks happening in the streets as well as the burning and demolition of the nation’s history will also stop.

  • نصر الدين محمد

    2013-2-8

    Mr. President of Egypt, despite that I’m an Algerian and not Egyptian, I appeal to you to invite El Baradei and Hamdeen and let each one of them to sit down for a minute on the presidential seat. After that, let them be photographed by the media because I’m sure they will die out of anguish. They don’t want more than a minute on the seat since they are dying out of rage and anguish. Hence, please do this favor for these two tramps and God will reward you for stopping the incitement of the Egyptians. Thank you Mr. President and I hope wholeheartedly that Egypt and its people will live in prosperity.

  • سمر مرسى

    2013-2-8

    In the end, I demand president Morsi to expedite the process of arresting these traitors who killed innocent people who’re all – thankfully – members of the Muslim Brotherhood. The fact that all those who died were members of the Muslim Brotherhood will thwart these individuals from spreading their falsehoods on treacherous TV stations. They will not be able to state that the Muslim Brotherhood members are the ones who are spreading chaos and killing people. God has exposed their treason because I believe that the Muslim Brotherhood would never kill 6 people who are their own members. Mr. President Morsi, you have an inevitable national duty for the sake of the interest of Egypt and its people. This duty is exposing all of these conspiracies orchestrated by the remnants and mischievous individuals. Once you do that, the entire Egyptian people will side with you against these traitors and conspirators and things will truly come out to the daylight.

  • جيسى محمد

    2013-2-8

    O God! So this means he denounces hitting people and dragging them at night and he approves of that during daytime. I ask everyone, is this plausible matter? Folks, what investigation are you talking about? Really, there are no more insane people among us and Mursy should understand that the 25th January revolution took place in order to get rid of all this. However, it seems that we are watching the same movie again with the same director. Unfortunately, this is not a movie since it is a farce and the theater will collapse while the actors and the director are atop it. This is because we can’t tolerate any more and we didn’t elect this Brotherhood president so that he can behave like Mubarak. If this is the case, we would have let Mubarak stay. But being in power is the one to blame since it changes people. I remember very well every word that this man said during the election campaigns and during his TV appearances. In those days, I felt that if Morsy becomes president, police officers will no longer do harm to any Egyptian citizen, but they now do even worse as they kill and drag dozens of people in all provinces. As before, the government denies that such things have happened and alters medical reports. As before, the voices of freedom die and are killed by police, which seem to be killing people deliberately. This is because Jika Mohammed Kristi, Mohammad El Gundi and Amr Sa’ad all have facebook pages that attack the Muslim Brotherhood. Despite their recent disagreement with the Muslim Brother, they voted for the Brotherhood and put up with them, but that didn’t help. Hence, there will be no more putting up with anyone and Egyptians will never keep silent about the lives of these people. The police should also know the gravity of what it is doing, even if that necessities abolishing the police and restricting it anew. In any case, the Egyptian people must be able to live in peace and in a respectable manner. They should no longer put up with constant untruth, allegations, torture, humiliation, dragging, denudation and deliberate harassment. This is literally an organized chaos spearheaded by the corrupt regime, which even outperformed the Mubarak regime.

  • ناردين عبد المنعم

    2013-2-8

    So you want to hold president Morsy responsible for this decadence? Would you then raise the issue to the International Criminal Court or will you turn a blind eye? You should know the source of filth and decadence.

  • مريم رؤوف

    2013-2-8

    It is absolutely not right for a respectable lady to be present in these tense situations in which everything is higgledy-piggledy. The revolution was a respectable revolution but it turned into indecency and thuggery. Thus, every woman who respects herself should stay away from that kind of buffoonery, especially immodest women who would be up for grabs by just anyone.

  • سمير المرسى

    2013-2-8

    What is the cause of this? What did they do to you? I think that what they have done is sufficient. Do you want them to suffer more as we suffer and to be dragged on the streets. We are used to this all the time and it seems that this would continue all the time, thanks to your efforts. What is the guilt of the Syrian brothers to be treated like this.

  • عبير فؤاد

    2013-2-8

    Everyone knows who Hamada Saber is. This man was chosen to play the “role of the dragged protagonist” in a “film” efficiently produced by the men of al-Adly and Omar Afifi. The film was meant to embarrass Morsi before the public opinion. The film suggests that the President is responsible for the dragging scene which humiliated the Egyptian people. The scene was indeed humiliating. Hamada’s neighbors noted that he had participated in all demonstrations in order to get money. He is also a pro-Mubarak supporter and one of the former regime’s thugs, the neighbors added. Besides, an eyewitness and an adviser testified and swore that the dragged man took off all his clothes by himself. The video broadcast on Al-Hayat TV channels does not show that he did that, it only shows him naked while insulting the military officers. Hamada denied the fact the he took off his clothes by himself to suggest that he was pressured by the police into doing it. Then, he dropped theses claims to create confusion.

  • منصور حسن

    2013-2-8

    I think that the massive wave of popular protests ended a long time ago. In fact, what we have been witnessing for a long time is nothing but a mimicry or work according to the rule of unreasonable and illogical continued demonstration. In fact, this phenomenon must be eased. Thus, people who want to complain and who are oppressed must bring their case before the Attorney General!! There is an accusation / allegation as well as the offender and the victim, the prosecutor and the Attorney General and the investigation file, a court, a judge and the Judiciary. There is a rule. The former situation must be restored, otherwise work and the sources of living will disappear and this can never be allowed.

  • كمال حسين

    2013-2-8

    This is the dignity that Egyptian citizens gained after the revolution

  • على عمران

    2013-2-8

    The police was a dagger used by Mistress Suzan Mubarak to terrorize the Egyptians, especially the Brotherhood and their Murshid! She used the police to rob the institutions of the presidency. She had the police control the ballot boxes; she took over and dominated the Parliament and the judiciary bodies, which used to pass verdicts according to the fabricated files of the police, who besieged the prosecutor and the judges. She ruled the Egyptians through the police stations; she besieged the economy, so the police served her!

  • احمد السقا

    2013-2-8

    There is no power but from God…Anyone who makes man strip naked in front of the whole world will be punished severely by God and will taste the same feeling of bitterness…Humiliating and insulting people is nonsense; it is unforgivable and cannot be justified for any reason…Is this what the Egyptians are worth, in the eyes of the rulers? God is watching and God punishes! Where is their conscience? Where is the feeling of responsibility and where is the responsible person? I wonder where the criminals who assaulted the Egyptians are. Is stripping a man, who is not an animal, so insignificant? Or will it be forgotten…? I don't see any difference between being occupied and what is happening these days to the Egyptian citizen…Let Israel come and do more; didn't you do much?

  • يوسف العياط

    2013-2-8

    The incidents that are happening in Egypt these days reminded me of the days of the match between Egypt and Algeria. The media used to shout and lie and make a mountain out of a molehill! This is what is happening these days. The Presidential Palace is attacked in front of the whole world, degrading the elected president, using such violence; and then they make much ado about the man who was dragged in an individual incident that can happen in western countries boasting democracy.

  • شاهرمنصور

    2013-2-8

    Nothing happened to the Presidential Palace, no sabotage, no destruction, no burning, no Molotov cocktails, no police stations were assaulted the day before, no institutions were burnt, no flags were lowered, no 33 persons were murdered the day before, but none of this is important. The most important subject now is the issue of the man who was dragged. He became a guest on the television screens! The hero of the hour! Who beat the dragged man? We must telegraph the UN! The Security Council needs to meet!!! Down with the regime because of the dragged man!

  • عبد العزيز محمد

    2013-2-8

    In fact, this man can compare so little, as long as we don't reach the level of torture during the age of the ousted regime, then we are fine. He forgot that catastrophes creep up slowly on us, and that laws get slowly written down. I guess we are going to miss the days of the ousted regime! We will see that we were blessed, and the situation was easier.

  • عبد الله علوش

    2013-2-8

    But they dragged him!! But they beat him so!! Thank God we are advancing and the police are controlling themselves, because they are not accustomed to being so patient and so understanding!! In the days of the ousted regime, they used to take the citizen from his bedroom at 3 a.m. and tell his family that they'd take him for just 5 minutes and would bring him back…The 5 minutes became 5 years, then 15, then 25 and some citizens died under torture, or by hanging, skinning and gang rape…This video is a blessing, compared to the days during the overthrown regime, and thank God for it! You are too spoiled…O God! They say that the man was an inpatient in the police hospital and was being looked after; what is this? I wish I were dragged in these days, and not imprisoned during the days of the ousted regime!

  • مروه سلطان

    2013-2-8

    Honestly, I don't know what to call this! Is it God's providence? Or is it a favor? Or is it the calm before the storm? Seriously, I don't know anything; the government of Egypt is playing games! What does the government want? On one hand, the government wants stability and so it makes the stock market go up and investments flourish, and on the other hand, the government and the police beat the demonstrators, kill them and drag them! Does this not make the economy fall? Truly, this is strange and I don't understand what is going on any more!

  • نافع عمر

    2013-2-8

    They think that when they film or produce daily bloody incidents, the presidency will be embarrassed and perplexed, and then the regime will be overthrown…play another trick! All they are doing is increasing their fame as opposition…Instead of winning the people's support, they make people and their own followers hate them because of their cheap, mean attitudes, which exploit the citizen's dignity.

  • مازن احمد

    2013-2-8

    I am a policeman and I'd like to tell you that the policeman is a human being who has feelings, and when he is in the street, fighting all the negative aspects of society, that is, criminals who want to burn the police and drag them, the government asks them to have self-control. Other psychological pressures turn the policeman into a beast and cause him to exceed all sorts of limits unintentionally… Besides, why don't we hear these things when a policeman loses his eye or gets burned? Why don't we hear them condemning such things, even though he might sacrifice his life while defending a citizen?!

  • احمد برغش

    2013-2-8

    Mistress Suzan Mubarak used to complete the defects in her character by using the police as a dagger to face the people. Mistress Suzan Mubarak was a woman; Master Morsi is also very weak in front of Mistress Suzan and her dominant agents, who control and run the affairs in Egypt. Master Morsi could not stop their increasing corruption, and could not restore what they had stolen. They looted the economy and seized power. He is weak and could not achieve the demands of the people, and his weak in front of the Murshid and his group, and in front of the international community, because he is unable to achieve stability in Egypt. This led him to use the police; but he did not make a decision that could be respected by the police.

  • وعد عبد الوهاب

    2013-2-8

    The police have not been cleansed yet; they are still dirty! It is certain that the citizen was forced by them. I still stick to my previous words in my comment that these politicians are thugs from the Front of vandalism, and they are exploiting this incident to achieve mean, dirty goals in order to shake the legitimacy of Morsi, not in defense of the dignity of Egyptians and their rights, which are guaranteed by all International Charters, Egypt's Constitution and before all of God's law!

  • فتاح نصيف

    2013-2-8

    One may fall into a coma and feel that this is not the Egypt that we know; but it is in fact Egypt, the country of security and safety, where Mohamed Kristi gets killed and no one knows who killed him, and more than a hundred demonstrators are injured. It is also the Egypt where girls are stripped out of their clothes and raped! Where they say these things did not happen and the culprits are said innocent. It is also the Egypt where Hamada Saber was stripped naked, and then he shows up and announces that the police rescued him, not that they stripped him out of his clothes! It is really Egypt, but in under the rule of the Brotherhood, the rule of deceit, confusion and lies. There is no power but from God! The Egyptian President expresses his disapproval, and then what? I remember the speeches of Mohamed Hosni Mubarak, who used to disapprove these acts as well. But to be honest, Mubarak did not order El Adly to kill the more than fifty people in the revolution or decide to fight his own people; but Mohamed Morsi said he will do so, and he really did it. He removed Ahmed Gamal Eddin, the esteemed police officer, at a time where we were about to forget the disagreement between the police and the people. Then came Mohamed Ibrahim with the policy of killing, burning and beating to "bring about a balance in the street", which is the wrong attitude! O you who were once arrested, and who are the presidents now, I feel as if you are suffering from severe schizophrenia. You used to protest against torture and abuse, and now you just denounce everything, like Mubarak did. What is the difference between you and him? The only difference is that you are still hungry for power and only God knows when you will feel satisfied. Almost sixty martyrs fell since the second anniversary of the January revolution till now. I'm sad and I wish all who love Egypt would fear God, and those who like the Brotherhood and the Murshid would quit and leave this place to those who love Egypt and all Egyptians!

  • كاظم خلف

    2013-2-8

    Lol! The whole world is laughing at the Egyptians…They voted for their President in a renowned election, and then they want to overthrow him! The neo-revolutionaries burn, kill and humiliate the security men, and then their leaders come and blame the President for being inattentive or confronting them! The revolution has ended, but its spirit is alive, and it will move to the constructive work through the ballot boxes and state institutions.

  • حامد فوزي

    2013-2-8

    You are asking for the impossible!!! Change within 6 months??? There are senior police commanders who have been there for over 30 years, whose loyalty is still to El Adly, and they put the stick in the wheel of reforming the Ministry of Interior. Add to this the Front of "vandalism" and those who throw Molotov cocktails, and who have sworn that they will rule Egypt, otherwise they will burn it… For God's sake, how can we bring about reform? The President of Egypt, Mohamed Morsi, stands alone by himself, facing a conspiracy of the secularists, the remnants and the predominance of media professionals to overthrow the state!

  • على زايد

    2013-2-8

    A lawsuit to compel the Attorney General to prosecute Morsi on charges of inciting to drag and kill demonstrators… Reports were submitted by dozens of lawyers, accusing Dr. Morsi, President of Egypt, Dr. Mohamed Badi', Guide of the Muslim Brotherhood, and engineer Khayrat El Shatir, deputy leader, of inciting to drag and kill demonstrators in front of the Presidential Palace and in the regions of Port Said, Ismailia and Suez.

  • مروان إبراهيم

    2013-2-8

    It is not an armed revolution to cleanse Egypt of the components of the deep state hosted by an earlier regime over six decades, but the peaceful revolution keeps the forces competing to no end and will destroy the state gradually. The alternative to an armed revolution is the model of Czechoslovakia, which split peacefully into two states which later joined the European Union. So, Egypt could be divided into for four states: the canal and Sharqiah with Sinai, Cairo with the Delta, Alexandria with the Beheirah and the Matruh, and the rest of the Nile with the Red Sea; each with its own resources and its tourists, and later it could be placed into federal regional boundaries.

  • فراس كاسر

    2013-2-8

    I would like to ask every girl who goes to the Tahrir Square – which is filled with indecent individuals, thugs and filthy, strayed youth – what are you expecting from them?!! By the way, I’ve seen these indecent youngsters firsthand, so no one should deny and say that those at the Square are revolutionists.

  • راشد معاذ

    2013-2-8

    Respect for the state must be restored and the saboteurs must stay in their houses and allow us to focus on building our country. You made us hate the revolution, to the extent that I might think that it would have been better if we never made a revolution, which brought us nothing but the destruction. However, I soon restore my sense and supplicate to Egypt and to the revolution to succeed, because if they did not succeed, I will remain weeping over the martyrs of the home who lost their life for us, but we proved that we do not deserve their sacrifices.

  • ريان مهند

    2013-2-8

    The acts of violence in Egypt have become unbearable. We all see that the Egyptian street is full of violence and we must find the causes of this violence. Everything in Egypt is very difficult and we all see the oppression that faces the Egyptian people. However, no one thought of pacifying them. All what they could do is to come out and threaten others. Even if he promised the Egyptian people to do what they want, no one would believe him, because we know all what was about to happen. Hence, we all took to the streets in Egypt to express our opinion hoping that may affect any official. However, whenever we try to get out the unknown parties spoil it. The thugs came out to the Tahrir square to interfere between the Egyptian people and express its personality thorough the aces of sabotage and this nonsense. Therefore, we make no progress but we need a solution from the government, which seems that it is preoccupied with dragging the citizens, beating, and killing them. There must be a solution from the Egyptian officials. I appeal to the security forces to pacify the people, because it is natural for the people to get agitated when you kill anyone. The crisis is escalating and we are supposed to find a quick solution to this suppression. This is enough but if you do not see so, go ahead and kill the people.

  • حسام متعـب

    2013-2-8

    They are unlucky, because the state abandoned them for decades, which undid all the progress in Egypt and spread chaos. The mentalities became superficial and overwhelmed by strange ideas. The vanity and frivolousness became rampant. We appeal to the esteemed Minister Dr. Ibrahim Ghoneim to – increase in the salaries of teachers – facilitate the movement of secondment of the Egyptian teachers who are included in the executive order for the academic year 2012-2013, which was not implemented for trivial reasons – stop all the written and oral examinations because this raises doubts and affects the prestige of the Egyptian teacher – establish economic projects to serve the teachers and stress their importance to the state. The projects should include the fields of (transportation - agriculture - industry - technology) besides paying attention to securing the advantages of the teachers and their families like the rest of the officials in the other bodies (such as the provision of plots of land for building houses - residential apartments - clubs and playgrounds - amusement parks - hospitals - private beaches and resorts - privileges for their children in schools, nurseries and universities - raising their pensions and end-of-service bonuses). Thanks.

  • جهاد يزيد

    2013-2-8

    Whoever despairs of the mercy of God will be an infidel and a disbeliever in what was revealed to Muhammad, peace be upon him. However, God will hold the ruler of Egypt accountable for that soul whether it was Morsi, Qandil or anyone else. He will also hold him accountable for the party in Taba and the private planes he used during the time when the Egyptian Muslim youth were setting themselves on fire. We ask God to have mercy upon them, as He is over everything Competent. Morsi, you swore to be loyal to Egypt and its people. You pledged to be loyal and you were entrusted with the people's lives. The people's lives are a trust and so were the lives of those who burnt themselves.. This only means that you breached the trust and that you only care about your family and tribe. As you said it yourself, God is the witness to what you said.

  • أيوب باهر

    2013-2-8

    Restructuring the Egyptian security has become a necessity to build a security institution on scientific grounds that works on implementation of the law in protecting Egypt and its people as well as their rights fairly and securely as the case in all the democratic states. We need to eliminate the security organization that is based upon corruption, loyalty, and nepotism in away that allowed Suzan Mubarak and its agents to turn it into a dagger and bodyguard whose mission is to kill, torture and fabricate accusations against the opposition in addition to protecting corruption and the corrupt people who work to achieve the interests of Suzanne and agents of the colonization. This appeared clearly during the 25 January Revolution in 2011 when the police, the snipers, and the thugs attacked the people, who succeeded in toppling the police and destroying the police stations. The Guide and Mursi revive the same lethal and corrupt system.

  • إياد باسم

    2013-2-7

    Discord between the army and the people are going on before the moment when they both become united! It is obvious that many hands want to ruin this union, in which, if it continues, Egypt will be strong. But invisible hands are ruining it, and the first among them is the media, because we are witnessing acts of sabotage at the facilities and government buildings. Sadly, the media professionals and their guests accuse the Military Council with one accord; no one accuses the thugs whom we see in front of us daily and hourly, sabotaging and burning. No one defends Egypt! All this is done to create discord between the army and the people, to spread total destruction in Egypt! We don't know for whose sake this is, and all the protesters want to ruin Egypt!

  • أسامة مشعل

    2013-2-7

    The Egyptian presidency has endured too much, because what is taking place around the Al-Ittihadiya Palace is rude! This Palace is the symbol of the country's sovereignty because it contains an elected president. When protesters demonstrate around the Palace this way, using Molotov cocktails and stones to express their rejection, it presents a rude image of Egypt and the Egyptians in front of the whole world. How can the wheel of the economy move? It has really become a farce, and the presidency has endured too much! After all this, the President still assumes his humanitarian responsibilities and denounces the incidents of beating, killing and dragging which occurred around the Palace! The citizen who had been dragged knowingly confessed that the police were trying to rescue him and did not hurt him. Whether he is being honest or not, this is not the issue, because we don't want to create conflict among us. For your knowledge, this happens in all countries, so that the police can protect security and prevent and avoid chaos, not in order to protect the regime. Egypt has never lived in such freedom, but liberty must be rational and calculated, not absolute, to preserve the dignity of the state represented in the person of the elected president. He has the legitimacy to protect his dignity and entity as the President of Egypt. Others must keep silent and stop fanning the flames and inciting the public opinion against the President by saying false things with no evidence.

  • عصام عبد العزيز

    2013-2-7

    Those who committed this crime are enemies of our homeland; they want things to go in the wrong direction and spoil and corrupt the earth; they deserve to be judged for corrupting the earth. They should not escape a severe penalty, so that all of them will be finished and we can get rid of them and not let them rise again. This must be carried out soon, to avoid strife. Also, the protesters who helped them or participated and caused chaos and don't care about our homeland or the people, these protesters are occupying a vital street and hindering the people's interests. Therefore, they are indirect participants in these crimes and they must be judged.

  • طارق سويدان

    2013-2-7

    I wonder at the Egyptian media and the Egyptian opposition; they exaggerated the incident of the citizen who was dragged in front of the Presidential Palace because he was throwing stones at the Palace. They intentionally ignored the incident of his insulting the symbol of the state and humiliating it. We don’t know this citizen or his intentions and why he was there! This incident may have been orchestrated and paid for to trap the police and to embarrass the President. The aim was to deceive the Egyptian citizens and win their favor during the next elections. It also may have been planned by the followers of the previous regime inside the police, who desire to embarrass the present regime, threatening the citizen who was dragged not to accuse or condemn the police!

  • دينا الجيار

    2013-2-7

    Peace to Egypt! We hope to disclose the ones involved at once, and to announce their names so it will be a lesson to those who think about messing with the dear country's capacities!

  • عمار المنفلوطى

    2013-2-7

    Simply put, Hamada is an Egyptian citizen who has nothing to do with politics; he was dragged in front of the Presidential Palace by the police, and when they found out that there was a video clip that recorded the accident, they pushed him to change his statement. Even his brother and his daughter said that he was lying, which means we moved from corruption to greater corruption.

  • نورهان مروان

    2013-2-7

    This proves that the people still shudder when they hear about the Ministry of Interior and the Security Forces. God bless Mubarak's days; at least the citizen was not humiliated in front of the whole world. Today people are being stripped out of their clothes; then they declare that they took their clothes off. You are the ones who chose this!

  • محمد عزت

    2013-2-7

    The Egyptian Ministry of Interior apologized for the accident; this citizen's confessions are just one of the various attempts of the mean opposition to incite the street and make people angrier at the rulers. This citizen is no more than a thug who wants to destroy Egypt because the Brotherhood is ruling it. The "Ruin Front" will pay for this thug.

  • عمران أبو شالة

    2013-2-7

    An Egyptian citizen said that the demonstrators in front of Al-Ittihadiya Palace are the ones who assaulted him last Friday, after broadcasting a video clip which showed the police forces dragging him. Hamada Saber, 48 years old, spoke to the Egyptian television, while he was lying on a bed in the police hospital, telling his story about what happened. He blamed some demonstrators who had stripped him naked and robbed him. Saber said that he saw crowds running along the street, and then he felt his leg was injured. He continued and said that he fell on the ground. "And I could not stand up, so they gathered round me and they humiliated me." The interviewer asked him whether he was referring to the demonstrators, and he answered: "The demonstrators humiliated me and took my clothes."

  • كرم جابر

    2013-2-7

    I record my objection as an Egyptian to President Morsi for not cleaning up the police yet. He agreed to promote the senior officers who were accused of being involved in the killing and torture of Egyptians before, during and after the revolution to higher ranks and senior positions. It is only fair to say that those who trade with the issue of Hamada are not doing it because he is a human being and an Egyptian who has rights guaranteed by the constitution, like any other citizen, small or big, rich or poor, president or subordinate; rather, they traded with it for partisan goals and purposes, and some traded with it to overthrow the legitimacy of an elected president.

  • مريم رؤوف

    2013-2-7

    If the demonstrations continue on a daily basis, Egypt will be finished. Either the ruler is powerful enough to get rid of the oppressors and help the poor people, or the history of Egypt will remain inside our hearts! Egypt and the role played by Al-Azhar in spreading Islam, and how the soldiers of Egypt repelled the Mongol Tatars, and how these soldiers overcame the European campaigns launched against Egypt, will all be just a memory.

  • امينة شلباية

    2013-2-7

    There is no power but from God…Anyone who makes a man strip naked in front of the whole world will be punished severely by God, and he will taste the same feeling of bitterness…Humiliating and insulting people is nonsense; it is unforgivable and cannot be justified for any reason…Is this the dignity of the Egyptians in the eyes of the rulers? God watches; God punishes! Where is the conscience? Where is the feeling of responsibility and where is the responsible person? I wonder where the criminals who assaulted the Egyptians are. Is stripping a man, not an animal, so easy, or will it be forgotten…? I don't see any difference between being occupied and what is happening these days to the Egyptian citizen…Let Israel come and do more; didn't you do much?

  • معوض إسماعيل

    2013-2-7

    It is unreasonable to equate an elected President, despite his mistakes, with the opposition leaders who reject talks without unacceptable prior conditions. Only the ballot boxes could decide. The saboteurs must be justly tried.

  • عبير فؤاد

    2013-2-7

    They are focusing on the negative events such as the dragging of the man naked, the overwhelming anger, lawlessness and the possible collapse of the State. The head of the former regime was toppled but his remnants are still there. The tyranny of the former regime led to handicapped political parties. Where are the benefits? There were many terrorist acts aiming to address the reform. Firstly, they dissolved the Parliament. Secondly, they opposed the Constitution and sought to cancel it. Thirdly, they clung to the Attorney General. The first achievement of the revolution is the election of the first civilian President in Egypt. All parties must maintain and protect such an achievement.

  • رامى عادل

    2013-2-7

    None could get a national consensus in the current circumstances which are marring the lives of the Arab peoples. The latter are plagued by backwardness and vulnerability of the State institutions. Even prophets had enemies who, perhaps, outnumbered the supporters. The behavior of the opposition indicates that their criticism is not constructive. In fact, the opposition leaders seek nothing but to hamper development in Egypt. Indeed, they are fighting Islam. This is the true nature of the opposition personalities. They deal with the Egyptian crisis in a negative way. On the other hand, President Morsi is dealing with things with patience and wisdom. He stresses the talks with all parties to get out of the crisis, but...

  • دينا محمد

    2013-2-6

    The most important challenge facing the Arab Spring is fanatic partisanship, sectarianism, and overwhelming ignorance. The long period of direct and indirect colonialism created some scourges in the current generations which are not likely to disappear within a short period. However much the leader might be gifted, the change will be really challenging from the beginning. Indeed, the change will be rather slow. Besides, such change, or evolution, depends on the will of the people. The base must support the leaders.

  • نازلى مندور

    2013-2-6

    (Shame on Arabs) This is the headline of Martin Jilin the correspondent of Der Spiegel and The State Online from Cairo. It is worth noting that on the anniversary of the revolution no less than 25 women were collectively raped in Tahrir Square by a “herd” of men. The correspondent pointed to a tea vendor who tried to save the victim, threatening the offenders with a small gas cylinder. The revolutionary youth did not intervene to save her in “their square”. Besides, the “chorus” of the “honest” opposition did not provoke an aura simply because the incident does not serve their objectives. The Attorney General and the presidency showed little enthusiasm to deal with other incidents. In fact, it behooves them to react. The article mentions the spread of harassment in Arab countries. But none seems to be shocked, disgusted, or ready to take legal action against the perpetrators.

  • احمد عبد الرسول

    2013-2-6

    I will not talk about the deep issues in the state, the thugs, the remnants and the mercenaries since they are already exposed. However, I will address a direct objective criticism to President Morsi and the Muslim Brotherhood. Where are you? Where is your strength? Where are your programs? Where are your promises? Where are your giant cadres? Where are the technocrats? Why are you silent, lost, confused and tied? What are you waiting for? Who are you relying on? Have you lost your self-confidence after you have lost direction? Did power divert your attention from its actual objectives? Neither the people nor history will be merciful! Your failure will affect the nation considerably! May Allah grant you the right guidance.

  • كارولين مجيد

    2013-2-6

    Allah the Almighty has shown one of the reasons that leads to tyranny in His words about Pharaoh: “His people have neglected the issue and obeyed him, they were sinful people”. When dragging citizens will be more important than murdering dozens of people and raping more than twenty girls in the Tahrir Square, then we could apply to them the saying about the sanctity of killing the mosquito since they do not hesitate to shed the blood of people and violate their honor. This reflects nothing but an intellectual and ideological deficiency which is closer to debauchery. Thus, these people will neither make a civilization nor understand democracy since they understand only the language of whipping.

  • جميلة العدان

    2013-2-6

    The major problems in Egypt consist in development and the coalition of the opposition with the remnants and thugs. As for the development process, no sensible person can claim that we can achieve it within a short time especially after Mubarak and his clique have exhausted the Egyptian budget and resources. On the other hand, I am almost confident that most of the opposition is included in the secularist front in order to overthrow Islamists and the Muslim Brotherhood. Some others are tiny and have no value like Hamdeen Sabahi who has obtained votes because of some circumstances which everyone knows and is dreaming like adolescents. May Allah save Egypt.

  • نيفين عدلى

    2013-2-6

    All those who are practicing violence today are unorganized and politicized groups. The Ministry of the Interior was an integral part of the suppressive regime and it did not find any alternative to it. Where are the new strategies that are meant to achieve the competence of the police? I demand the police to reconsider its performance and efficiency. The regime of the Muslim Brotherhood has failed in organizing a clear political process. The regime does not want to listen or respond to certain demands, which led to raising the ceiling of the demands of the demonstrators.

  • حسنى حسان

    2013-2-6

    According to the CIA’s report on the recent events in Egypt, President Morsi and Al-Shater did not learn the lesson from the tyrannical regimes. The regime in Egypt has not been broken yet. In addition, the report said that there is no movement who can put a political solution to the state. The report also pointed out that toppling president Morsi means that the same scene will be repeated with all the coming presidents and all the factions will behave illegally.

  • مايسه المعمرى

    2013-2-6

    I supplicate against those who were responsible for these clashes in Egypt. what is happening in Egypt is shameful and what we watch on the international news agencies proves that the dignity of the Egyptians has been wasted over the past two years but no one even think of helping the Egyptians. I say this honestly. The Egyptian people tried to fix what happened in the past thirty years of the corruption, and looting, but the problem is that we fixed the mistake with worse mistakes. We chose the Muslim Brotherhood who wants to rule the country alone while they are unaware of what is happening around them. They just want to live for themselves and they look like the sophists.

  • منى المصطفى

    2013-2-6

    We noticed in the days that preceded the anniversary of 25 January Revolution that the Muslim Brotherhood are silent and practice self-restraint in face of the demonstrations. They even refrained from demonstrating to support the President in order to show to the world that the violence and acts of sabotage are committed by the opposition demonstrations. The incident of dragging the citizen came to shock the Egyptian street and the whole world, especially given that the Ministry of the Interior and the government, which is supported by the Muslim Brotherhood, collaborated to conceal this humiliating incident. I think that the coming scenario would be organizing demonstrations by the Muslim Brotherhood to alleviate the pressures and prove to the world that they restored their popular bases. However, I am afraid that there might be chaos and clashes that might result in a new reality that justifies passing new laws that impose restrictions on the freedom of expression and the right of demonstrations.

  • محمد الحربى

    2013-2-6

    It not strange for a fugitive and wanted person to appear to the press and make statements to introduce himself as a victim. If he is innocent, let him come to Egypt and allow the justice to take its course. If you are wronged, then you will be compensated and if you are a thief, the people will take their rights from you. However, it is cowardice to remain abroad and wail whenever you have a chance. This is evidence against you and we all know that you are one of the remnants of the former regime. When you was presiding over the cabinet, we did not hear you condemning the Camel Battle that took place under your nose and with your knowledge. The Ministry of aviation was also looted when you were serving as the Minister of Aviation.

  • ليلى نافع

    2013-2-6

    Dear Arab and Muslim brothers and religious scholars, please be united and stop the disunity and dispute over the power or because of the sectarian considerations. Dear brothers, we are fed up with the wars and disagreements that have become everywhere. I want to ask Shafiq, how he knew that this is a planned act? The policemen and soldiers are always impatient and nervous because they spend nights and days while the people throw stones at them. They are humans after all, we all have feelings, and the soldier is angry and nervous. Please, love each other because what is happening in Iraq and Syria is enough. We just need mutual confidence and solidarity.

  • مريم الاحمدى

    2013-2-6

    First, the elections are legitimate and the whole world acknowledged this. You will not come after a year to say that it witnessed forgery, so do not trouble yourself. Second, the case of the man who was dragged, you try to make this as an excuse to justify your stances. I say you should go to the Security Council and discuss the story of the man dragged from the gate. I'm sure you don't even know the name of this man. Third, we did not listen to your condemnation of the assault on the Presidential Palace and throwing Molotov cocktails at it. We have not heard your opinion about burning two vehicles of the security forces in this provocative way in front of the whole world. This made the whole world feel disgusted because of the acts of the thugs and we have not heard your opinion about the attack on the prison or the attempt to release the prisoners or close the Suez Canal by force. All what you care about is the man dragged from the gate.

  • رعد حمودي

    2013-2-6

    The Muslim Brotherhood, Salafists, 6th of April, and the remnants of the former regime are all similar. The Egyptian people only need to learn the democracy and the respect for the human beings, as well as the respect for the opposition. We need a transitional period that may take a whole generation to settle these principles.

  • كاظم شبيب

    2013-2-6

    All the martyrs were shot dead in the upper part of the body and their ages range between 15 and 36 years. This is a message to the liars who accuse the people of being thugs and the police of using the weapons. The report also included video records featuring the police officers while crushing the cars of the people. As for Sherif Al-Shirbini, he was very rude in his orders, but this is not limited to him, but the liars who thank the police and accuse the people of being saboteurs in their official statements that are believed by their followers. Will the official narration and the members of the Muslim Brotherhood, who justify all the stances of their leaders, and their supporters who call for collective punishment, succeed? Best greetings to the Canal cities, which gave a lesson to the Muslim Brotherhood, which they will not understand because of their endless lies and blindness.

  • عبد المجيد حازم

    2013-2-6

    O Naseh Alnet! What legitimacy are you talking about? Even if the President is legitimate, but he fails and the people rise up against him, he'd better resign and call for Presidential or Parliamentary elections and say farewell to democracy. It is not Morsi's legitimacy that matters. The division that is happening in Egypt and the internal threat it is facing are the most important concerns for any truly patriotic ruler such as Mubarak, even if he is a robber!

  • مروان إبراهيم

    2013-2-5

    It is a nice thing to “try” to show that you are upset about the Egyptian citizen who was dragged by the Egyptian police; but where were you when Egyptians were being thrown into deeper prisons, sometimes tortured to death, in violation of their honor, and when their dignity was trodden upon... just for saying a word that annoyed the regime ...Or is your position significant this time?... You want to quench the light of God with your mouths, but God will not allow you to do that, and His light will be permanent…

  • شادي قصي

    2013-2-5

    Amazingly, all people in Egypt criticize everything in Egypt. There is no one who does respectable acts to contribute positively and work to help the elected and the legitimate regime. The people respect Abd El-Nasser, who opened the biggest prisons and detention camps in Egypt and sent to it anyone who dares to open his mouth and utter any word. This phenomenon proves that this is disreputable and uneducated people, because of the rampant ignorance among the Egyptians in general. Do not be afraid of saying the truth because you lack the education and reading.

  • حاتم سامي

    2013-2-5

    The people will take control over vital installations across all provinces in the country this coming Friday. He also pointed out that the revolutionists are capable of helping Egypt and the revolution and liberating the country from the grip of the Muslim Brotherhood. Qadry El Haggar – political Liaison of the movement – mentioned that the movement is currently coordinating with all other revolutionary movements and state institutions in order to protect the nation after ousting Morsy. He affirmed that the revolutionists are capable of protecting state institutions from collapsing.

  • احمد سويدان

    2013-2-5

    If we knew how to run the affairs of the country in a way that we all stay away from violence, because violence was never the basis for dealing with Egyptians. And indeed, this is what happened, because the Egyptian people adopted this policy, and this remained one of their main principles, as long as it is beneficial and everybody is benefiting from it, and thus we have to find the necessary solution, and so, the solution could be by means of the talks that the opposition forces in Egypt are calling for, because these talks will certainly discuss the situation in Egypt, and everyone will know how to deal with the current crisis in Egypt, because we are seeing and experiencing what is going on around us, and a situation like the one that happened in Port-Said should be solved in an appropriate manner even before it happens, because this is very normal and is expected to happen. However, President Mohammed Morsi amazed us with his reaction and discourse which did not last more than five minutes, all of this because the people are causing destruction, and he comes out and he prays for mercy for them and he imposes a curfew, and at last he prevents the imposition of the curfew. So, indeed, never would the curfew be beneficial, quite the contrary, it will exacerbate the problem. And so, it was necessary for the National Salvation Front and also the opposition forces to come together and unite in order to reduce the violence that is currently taking place in Egypt.

  • امل عثمان

    2013-2-5

    I am very sad because of the terrible events in Egypt. I cannot believe that the country which was based on security and safety could witness such anarchy. The Egyptians are too afraid even to watch the news on television in view of the bad situation in Egypt. Where are the officials gone? Where is President Mohamed Morsi gone? It seems that he has become too arrogant after his succession to the presidency. How could such horrible events occur in Egypt while the President is cross-handed? It seems that he is totally indifferent. Still worse, he might be happy to see Egypt burn. He is trying to make the protestors regret their demonstrations in streets. The President did not respect the dignity of the Egyptian people. Even when he delivered a speech to defuse the tension, he showed up late in the evening, when most Egyptian people were in bed. Some citizens spent a sleepless night in order to listen to the “wonderful” speech of the President. The speech, which did not exceed five minutes, did not include anything significant to defuse the tension. On the contrary, his speech was based on threat and intimidation. In fact, the Egyptian people reject such threatening tone. They are very stubborn. In fact, the speech escalated the tension and led to more and more anarchy and violence. Each party tries to take advantage of the situation. Indeed, we have seen many acts of vandalism in recent times, namely during the two days following the Salvation Friday. If ever President Morsi really wants to defuse the tension, the solution is rather simple. He should respond to the minimum demands of the protestors. The latter would not give up their protests without any achievement. Unfortunately, it seems that this President is missing the point. Indeed, the President must fulfill his obligations. The Egyptian people are being humiliated to the fullest. The protestors ventured to move to Tahrir Square where they could be killed at any time. However, the new authorities did not care. Even when a citizen died there, the Muslim Brotherhood was rejoicing at the victory of their party in the last elections. It seems that Shafiq feared the presidency. His inner circle warned him about this. Today, he is the first martyr who sacrificed his life. What for? I really do not know. We have not seen any achievement so far. Frankly, only God could help us.

  • محمد عزت

    2013-2-5

    These people are infiltrators and motivated to tarnish the image of the struggling Egyptians against the quackery and recklessness of the Muslim Brotherhood. In fact, the image which we saw here in Yemen is clear and does not need any fabrication or comment.

  • عمران أبو شالة

    2013-2-5

    The law allows the prosecution of this man on charges of hiding information concerning the conspiracy to subvert state institutions ... As far as I am concerned, he is a liar because if he were an Egyptian who is keen on the interest, the security and safety of Egypt, he would have told the name or the record of children saboteurs or handed one of them to the Security Forces. The words of this man are extremely dangerous.

  • عبد الله العمروسى

    2013-2-5

    Although they are weak, the Muslim Brotherhood have raised the slogan of legitimacy in the Parliament and not in the field (although the field has brought them to the parliament). They have also yielded to the Military Forces in the same way they did in the coup of Nasser against the King. However, today they have to pay the price of their mistakes. I wonder where the slogan of “Islam is the solution” is especially that Al Katatni has declared that they will not apply the Islamic Shariaa and after him Morsi has said in Germany that Egypt will not become a religious nation (i.e. Islamic). Thus, the weakness of Morsi and the poor performance of the Muslim Brotherhood have brought about chaos.

  • نازلى مندور

    2013-2-5

    The triple Front of demolition should stop lying, hypocrisy and fraud since the ousted President is funding them and the fugitive Shafiq is also funding them in order to restore corruption, destruction, sabotage and genocide in Egypt. Shafiq aims to restore the gangs to where they belong in order to pursue looting, fraud, excessive violence and bloodshed for which they are responsible. Yet, Allah can take revenge on you so that peace will prevail and the situation gets calm.

  • جميلة العدان

    2013-2-5

    We should thank Allah for showing the truth. I am really certain that no radio channel will show the truth since the thugs and the group of national ruin are guilty. Thank Allah for everything. They are conspiring to ruin Egypt but Allah will do what He likes.

  • كرم جابر

    2013-2-4

    I swear by God that the Minister of Interior is wrong. The police are only addressing the violent protestors, which is natural. The people are throwing stones, rocks and Molotov cocktails on the police. However, they expect them to stand idly. The protestors are also sabotaging the Presidential Palace. This is nonsense. Leave the Police alone. O ElBaradei and Amr Moussa, shame on you! Enough is enough. Egypt is not your private property. Have mercy on us! You have destroyed it!

  • ناردين عبد المنعم

    2013-2-4

    Egypt, the mother of the World, the carrier of human heritage and the land of the rich history of humanity, is collapsing because of groups of thugs who do not observe moral or religious values. The Security Forces must stand firmly and vigorously against them. I support all the acts of the Egyptian Security Forces. The latter must strike with an iron fist before it is too late. We might lose Egypt, the land of Arabism and humanity.

  • محمود عبد القادر

    2013-2-4

    We are the creatures of God and to Him we shall return. God is my only Helper against the new arrogant Pharaohs who are oppressing the Egyptian people. God is my only Helper against those who insult and humiliate the Egyptians. God is my only Helper against those who are not shocked by this scene. These people as well as those who are guiding them are not humans and have nothing to do with humanity. God is my only Helper against those who want to sabotage this nation. God is my only Helper against those who are responsible for the current situation. O Lord, punish the oppressors in the worldly life.

  • ماجد المحمدى

    2013-2-4

    Today Egypt is not the Egypt of Mubarak. In fact, any case of torture will further exacerbate the situation and millions of people will go out and face the torture of the Police. In addition, the wrath of millions of people will increase against Morsi, his gang and his group which are disguised behind religion .............

  • احمد عز

    2013-2-4

    Now that “Malta” has been destroyed, do you think that Egyptians are too stupid to be manipulated? In fact, I would like to address those who have not understood the case appropriately. Neither the opposition nor the Government since the issue has involved bloodshed and no one has retaliated. Thus, Egyptians themselves are going to take their rights back because the Police has already won the rivalry of the people and had to assume this. Morsi is again responsible for this given that he was supposed to support the people who elected him. Indeed, he was expected to fulfill many of his promises, primary amongst them is his usual promise of avenging the blood of the martyrs and non compromise concerning this issue. Yet, he has done nothing and all the offenders are free. In addition, he has lately shown enmity toward the judges and everyone has become the enemy of everyone. As for the Front of Salvation, Bacem Youssef claimed that they are lovers of microphones and they never get out of their offices only for a little space. I hope that I have the solutions so that I will express my opinion which I am writing via this respectable website. Unfortunately, I do not have any solution because those who have sought presidency are currently conflicting and involving the people into their clashes. Yet, the latter have become aware that you are exploiting them. Unfortunately, it is the first time that Egyptians are splitting as such between opponents and supporters. This has not happened even during the era of Mubarak and the revolution although there were a lot of supporters for him. In fact, many among you are used to prisons and detention and they do not care. On the other hand, many other people are excellent at speeches and know nothing but provoking the youth who dream of a good Egypt. However, Egyptians are aware and know how to get their rights peacefully like what happened in the Revolution of January.

  • تيسير المنفلوطى

    2013-2-4

    I have said this because I love your agent opponents or I hate you but not as an objection to your weakness and ineffectiveness. In your current situation, you are unable to achieve the demands of people. I also say painfully that we have missed the era of Mubarak, not because I love the ousted President, may Allah put him in Hell. President Morsi is weak and unable to take a decision to maintain the dignity of the State from saboteurs. In fact, he should leave and we will not feel sorry for him and I will never elect you anymore because President Morsi is an idiot who wants to lure his enemies while they want to overthrow him and collapse the State. Thus, he must go and we will not feel sorry for him. He should also know that his weakness helped the saboteurs succeed to decrease his popularity. Therefore, he must relieve us and leave power.

  • منصور حسن

    2013-2-4

    When a mob has gone out in the street barking in all directions, another one has gone out knowingly or unknowingly about the reason and did the same. In fact, they usually do not cause any harm. I would like to encourage our legitimate President to go ahead to serve Egypt and the entire nation. He should not care about the protests of these people.

  • مروان خورى

    2013-2-4

    We have to put an end to this creative chaos immediately and the violation of the State’s prestige and legitimacy from the part of barbaric people. Thus, we have to stop the media chaos which is adding more fuel to fire. People have gotten bored and disgusted with this mess.

  • احمد عبد الرسول

    2013-2-4

    Moussa has drawn my attention when he called for demonstrating in order to maintain the dignity of Egyptians!! In fact, he was chairman of the Arab League, which has destroyed the dignity of Arabs from the Atlantic to the Gulf, including the Egyptians. I hope he really repented for his past!! As for ElBaradei, I wish he would be satisfied with what he has done in Iraq.

  • منى المصطفى

    2013-2-4

    He said, either accept me or accept chaos. He implemented his threat at the hands of the saboteurs, who throw stones and Molotov against the police and institutions’ guards. They climb over the walls to attack those who perform their duty. They are not revolutionaries, but hired mercenaries who must be punished. The police must fight them and the masterminds must be brought to justice. Long live Egypt away from the chaos, and destruction. Long live Egypt under the divine security and protection.

  • شاهرمنصور

    2013-2-4

    You seek to rule the country though such words. Mursi failed and he must resign like any respectable president who respects his people. Egypt needs construction rather than turbulence caused by the Muslim Brotherhood. The construction would only take place at the hands of the revolutionaries, not those who tried to climb over the revolution. After the Port Said incident and the fall of 54 martyrs, will we build a democracy or not? if the answer is negative, then this would cause destruction, not the ruler Mursi, who is not worthy of Egypt.

  • فتاح نصيف

    2013-2-3

    Morsi, what about the heroes who released you on 1/28; but the ones who tried to release the prisoners from Port Said prison are thugs? Those who stoned the police on January 2011 were heroes, but those who stone them now are thugs, in your opinion. The Black Bloc group members are thugs, in your view, but those who besieged the Supreme Court are heroes? What do you call this??!!

  • مروان إبراهيم

    2013-2-3

    God alone is sufficient for me and He is the Best Disposer of affairs. I swear that I shed tears though I am not Egyptian. In fact, I am a Muslim, after all, and I am a human being, too. O people! There is no divine religion in the world which allows the torturing and humiliation of humans as such. They should not treat the man, in the video, as such even if he were accused of killing all mankind. The religion educated us and taught us to respect humans and to punish the offender within the jurisdictions of the Sharia. Indeed, Islam seeks to end the brutality of humans and the evil instincts. Islam came to educate us and protect us even from the evils in ourselves.

  • محمد عبد الله

    2013-2-3

    The Arabs are still in need of lessons in human rights. It seems that lynching, beatings and torture are normal practices for them. According to some comments, they even consider them essential duties! Strangely enough, women and men, profess that in public. What is viewed as a crime of violation of international law and human justice for all the peoples of the world might be normal and even a sign of civilization for the Arabs. Some miserable commentators here represent a sample.

  • شادي قصي

    2013-2-3

    Beat the tied man, then the free man will be afraid. They are assaulting the heroes of the revolution. There is something wrong. The counter-revolution forces are multiple. I hope that the arrested will remain in jail and that the authorities will confiscate all their properties. Of course, the police will “treat them well.” There is a proverb which puts it just right: “Beat the tied man…the free man will be afraid”.

  • راشد معاذ

    2013-2-3

    There is really a group of saboteurs who aim to destroy everything in Egypt namely the ministries and facilities, sowing chaos among the people so they would continue with the demonstrations and sit-ins and cause the collapse of the State as if the State and its establishments are owned by a particular political party. These saboteurs aim to show to the entire world that the ruling party in Egypt headed by Dr. Mohamed Morsi is not qualified to rule Egypt and that the majority of Egyptians refuse it although the President is legitimate and elected. In so doing and because of their barbaric acts, these saboteurs are harming all Egyptians making them backward people who do not deserve democracy. I also believe that these anarchist saboteurs are not like the true rebels but they are thugs and mercenaries. In fact, it is impossible to find a sensible person who would try to break into a public or private facility or throw Molotov cocktails on it. It is really something weird.

  • سلطان وسيم

    2013-2-3

    Is the murder of 10 of the Brotherhood in front of the Federal Palace something ordinary? Is it normal that Islam Massoud has been assassinated by some thugs in Damanhur when they have broken into the headquarters of the Muslim Brotherhood? Is burning and breaking into 28 headquarters of the Muslim Brotherhood something normal? Is it ordinary to break into Leader Ibrahim Mosque, attack the worshipers and blockade a patriarch? Is it normal to rape 23 girls in Tahrir Square? Is it normal that thugs have thrown Molotov on the Palace? Is it normal to attack the Police and burn two armored vehicles that cost three million pounds? Is it normal that they burnt the mosque which is in front of the Palace? Is it normal that they have broken into a mosque in Domiat and torn the Holy Books? Is it ordinary that they have shot live ammunition and Molotov on the Central Security Forces? Is it normal that they have dragged along and undressed a protester in front of the Federal Palace? This is not normal. I wonder where the rights are.

  • تامر بدر

    2013-2-3

    What is the cause of the lack clarity and contradiction of the presidential statements under the leadership of Morsi? Initially, the presidency declared that any attempt to attack the palace will be deterred strictly, however, he then apologized for a citizen who was disrobed in front of the cameras, who was still alive, and never gave mention to those who were killed because they were out of the screenshot. He depends on the police of the former president Hosni Mubarak and the ministers of the former regime. He himself was a member in the previous parliament and they use the most horrible methods. Hence, I do not realize the difference of the situation before and after the revolution.