Egyptian president mourns Port Said deaths

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Egyptian President Mohamed Morsi on Thursday (March 14th) expressed his sorrow over those killed in recent violence in Port Said, following a court verdict over a football riot there last year, AFP reported.

"We are sorry for the loss of lives," President Morsi said in a televised speech, expressing his "sorrow, and that of all Egyptians, each time that a drop of blood falls on Egyptian soil".

The president said an inquiry was under way to determine who was responsible for the violence.

More than 40 people have been killed in clashes between Port Said city residents and police and general unrest since death sentences were handed down on January 26th against 21 people, mainly fans of the Port Said club, in the football violence trial.

An Egyptian court confirmed the death sentences last Saturday and sentenced five others to life in prison, with 19 more receiving lesser jail terms and another 28 exonerated.

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    راشد معاذ

    2013-4-1

    O guys, save us! The poor helpless people are tired of all these demonstrations all the time…Is Morsi like Mubarak? Let's give him a chance and if he failed we replace him and bring another one; we must respect each other and God supports us for the sake of our country, God is our helper.

  • امينة شلباية

    2013-3-31

    I don’t see any difference between how Egypt was before the revolution and how it has become. I also don’t see any difference between Hosni Mubarak and Mohammed Mursy. For instance, Palestinians who possess travel documents are still not allowed to step a foot in Egyptian territories while Israelis are welcomed warmly in Egypt. I see that there is a corrupt, backward regime that is ruling Egypt.

  • ماجد المحمدى

    2013-3-31

    Mohammed Mursy is an educated and pious man, but the problem is in having a clergyman assume a political post. He also lacks political astuteness and we know that politics is a gift, science and management. Therefore, whoever that decides to exercise politics in the name of religion and rule an entire nation will bear greater responsibility. In political scenes, there are the good, the bad and the ugly. So, how could a pious man rule millions of people without wronging any of them?

  • تيسير المنفلوطى

    2013-3-31

    Let the people of Port Said and other provinces know that there is no difference between you on the one hand, and the police, army, and the legitimate government on the other. This is because you all belong to the same nation. Hence, everyone is responsible to preserve peace and stability, not only the police. Let us put an end to this farce, time being wasted, and deteriorating economic and livelihood conditions. I would like to advice all scrupulous folks who love Egypt and its people, want them be better and are fearful of God. Let them respect the law and tackle the traitors, the three-way destructive opposition, and their predecessors from former regime. Let them give priority to Egypt’s common interest. May God guide you.

  • ميريهان مجدى

    2013-3-30

    Wael Ghonim to the president: "You damaged our unity with your "unconstitutional" declaration and continuous breaking of your promises. The president "destroyed this unity through continuous breaking of his promises and divided the Egyptians by the unconstitutional declaration".

  • كامل أبو محروس

    2013-3-30

    "The regime must realize that Martyrs' blood shed in Port Said, Cairo and other governorates were basically demanding of retribution and won't get rest until getting it"

  • مروة عبد الرحمن

    2013-3-30

    Michael Mounir, head of Al Hayat Party, expressed his great sorrow that victims of revolution are filing claims before the court to drop the Egyptian nationality because President Mohamed Morsi abandoned his promises of treating disabilities. "Morsi is concerned only with his family and clan." Victims of revolution have been clearly ignored by the the current regime. Egyptians felt that their dignity was insulted in their home country. With losing hope, they submitted such a request.

  • سعيد حساسين

    2013-3-30

    O revolutionary people of Port Said, until when you will still seek impossible things. He who is tampering with your ears from Port Said is well known; he should leave out country. I am certain that there are some playing with fire in Port Said. This is because they know that Port Said is a vital economical hub for Egypt and its eastern gate and a crossing point to Suez Canal and a large commercial market. So what is happening in Port Said is a great worry for Egypt. There are people who want to make use of this worry and keep bloodshed all over Egypt until the presidency period of President Mohamed Morsi ends. Then they come to say those are Muslim Brotherhood and this is the Islamic regime. Again, people of Port Said should consider the nation's interest and raise it upon personal interests, if any. Even if there is someone who is wrong, let's talk, and if you are right, let's call him to account; if you have missed rights, you should take them. But if you are obstinate, then there won't be solutions. I think when Mr. president ordered the free zone to be back in Port Said again by studied the matter in the Consultative Council, then things are going in the right path by returning Port Said to its economic position. If people of Port Said want to investigate in what happened there during the last events sine the judgment was sentenced on January, 26th, they have the right doing so. But note that there can't be a dialogue in the midst of this push-pull policy. All have to listen to opinions of others so as to start together.

  • عمر عبد الرحمن

    2013-3-26

    O Mr. President! You did not care much about the killing of our soldiers in Ramadan when they were still fasting. The treacherous traitors targeted our troops. Thus, you made a fatal mistake. O Mr. President! You also failed to demolish the Gaza tunnels, only to subject Egyptian national security to imminent risk, which is another fatal mistake, Mr. President. Still worse, you released thousands of prisoners who were involved in terrorism and militancy. You granted them a presidential pardon. Thus, you failed to protect the security of Egypt. It’s another serious mistake, Mr. President. On top of that you granted Egyptian nationality to 13,000 Palestinians which exposed Sinai to uncalculated risks. This is another fatal mistake, O Mr. President. Excuse me, Mr. President, you have wronged Egypt.

  • نور حمدى

    2013-3-26

    I find the behavior of the Egyptian president very strange, because it was supposed that he would be the first one to go to Port Said to extend his condolences to the families of the martyrs and stand with them. Unfortunately, he is living in a coma and he does not know exactly how things would go with his people. He failed in making the reforms or rebuilding what was demolished. He also is unaware of the conditions of Egypt, and I really do not know how he became a president?

  • منى المصطفى

    2013-3-25

    The propagators of discord and chaos are still loose throughout the streets of Egypt. The government of Morsi must be strict towards those, they have no more excuse, they make riots and chaos and disorder by parties enemies to the Brotherhoods, they have no more pretexts and excuse for such disrupt and disorder in cities and streets; in fact they are remnants of the former regime of Mubarak and his corruption.

  • مازن احمد

    2013-3-25

    This will never work with Port Saed Morsi; this consolation without apologizing for your negligence or admitting it, is useless Mr. President and if you think that the people of Port Saed are idiots and can be deceived with a few millions that will never be paid or with a Duty Free Zone that is still under studies, without even consoling the martyrs after a month and a half of their death, you seem that you don't understand anything at all, either you understand or you go away. The people of Port Saed know the Brotherhood well and understand that they are a banned group and they make deals, and must have made deals with the Ultras and the price is our sons' blood. Moreover we don't accept your consolation and we don't want you either because who lies once, lies a million times and we don't want someone who doesn't value his people, who discriminates between the people for the number of votes Mr. Morsi.

  • منار سليمان

    2013-3-25

    Human made and changeable laws, secularists, remnants and all those work against the Islamic trend exert all efforts to oust the current regime despite being legal and elected. All those opponents of the regime are a minority compared to supporters of the Muslim Brotherhood and supporters of the Islamic trend. In fact those opponents were infuriated by the Muslim Brotherhood winning the presidency. They fight the regime with all means, forgetting that in case the regime is ousted, the country will enter a civil war between those fighting groups and disorder will prevail all over the country.

  • مهند المطيرى

    2013-3-25

    I wished that the Muslim Brotherhood couldn't participate in the competitions of choosing the president or even governors positions so as to prove for Egyptians that they are ascetics in temporal positions and their main aim behind serving their people is merely the satisfaction of God. But unfortunately, the great interest in holding senior and sovereign positions overwhelmed the social and noble aim and resulted in losing the Group popularity.

  • راشد معاذ

    2013-3-25

    The Egyptian Military is "very worried" about the increasing hostility efforts of Hamas, supported and coordinated by Iran, against Cairo...According to the magazine, the Egyptian delegation asked their help to deliver a message to the US president Barack Obama, during his current visit to Tel Aviv, stating that he and his administration were "too friendly" with the Muslim Brotherhood, and that Washington should be "more careful" of those not completely understood by the U.S. Administration, as expressed by the security delegation.

  • سطام ناصر

    2013-3-25

    The security delegation confirmed that President Morsi has been informed by those in charge of protecting the security of the country that Hamas represents a threat to Egypt's national security and the president now has two options: either Egypt's interest or "serving certain Ideology". The magazine indicated that these movements taking place within the Egyptian military are against Hamas, which is supported by Muslim Brotherhood. This indicates that there is an escalating tension between the Muslim Brotherhood and Egyptian security bodies.

  • سلطان وسيم

    2013-3-25

    According to high-level sources in the Muslim Brotherhood Group, the group has legalized its legal status pursuant to the new NGO Law under the declaration No. 644. The sources confirmed that the group has legalized its legal status a few days ago before the report issued by the State Commissioners Authority at the Administrative Judiciary Court of the State Council which recommended that a definitive judgment should be issued stating that the Muslim Brotherhood has no legal existence, and that it is currently illegal, because the Group didn't have a legal entity since its establishment.

  • حسام متعـب

    2013-3-25

    I know the right solutions for the current problem of Egypt, and this solution that I’m offering are the same as the ones that I signed in the 16 patents in one month, that is the past October in the National Institute of Patents in Paris. Firstly, Morsi must remain the president until the end of the legal period according to the constitution. Secondly, the army must intervene to save whatever could be saved and before it’s too late, and this intervention is not for control. It’s to help Morsi. The army must choose 100 experts from Egypt in every field: politics, health, economic, education, tourism, media, agriculture … etc. These experts must not have any affiliations to any party or any political view. Morsi shall choose one of them to become a minister according to his specialty, the other 99 will participate in the decisions of Morsi, this way Morsi will have 100 experts in every ministry.

  • حازم مؤيد

    2013-3-25

    Whoever cares about the interests of the country must support legitimacy and respect democracy, and by the way I don’t understand why the brotherhood is causing so much fear, is it fear from applying Sharia? From the day Morsi was made president all the secularists became concerned with him and then the remnants joined them, honestly that disgusts me.

  • تامر بدر

    2013-3-25

    I don’t and I won’t understand the needs of the Egyptian people, once they’re against Mubarak and now they’re against the Brotherhood, only God knows why. I just want to say to the Egyptian people that they’ve elected Morsi from the beginning, then why are they rejecting him? It’s the first time I see a people electing a president and after a year they make protests against him, give him a chance and don’t judge him, because I swear that you’ll never get someone better than Morsi. And may God bless Egypt and its people.

  • أيوب باهر

    2013-3-25

    May Morsi and his group ask themselves if they can walk in the streets and talk to the people and shake their hands without security and groups of the brotherhood to save him from the fury and from the assaults Is this also a conspiracy from the Salvation Front? Or is it that the brotherhood conspired on themselves just by being afraid of conspiracy?

  • إياد باسم

    2013-3-25

    There is no response from whom you’re calling even though he’s in a the top position in my country! How could he be alive and not hear? How could he be alive and not see? And how could he be alive and not feel? Since when does the Egyptian President respond only to the pressure of his group and tribe? The Egyptians are outside the equation of the president so he treats them with contempt and excessive arrogance that made us feel disgusted with all that is related to the presidency! The prosecutors asked to dismiss the hired Attorney General and no response! Demanded the whole people to sack the failed government and no response! The Egyptian presidency has an ear of clay and another of clay too! Hears nothing but itself and sees only its worldly interests in power and rule! Soon the squares will be filled.

  • أحمد ماجـد

    2013-3-25

    This is a conspiracy group. This dweller in the presidential palace does not look at the country only from the conspiring eye. These leaders of Brotherhood got used to lies, deceit and conspiracy and do not interpret anything but on a conspiracy theory. Morsi and his brothers lived and conspired in the basements of the group on the governance of the country and the revolution and the whole world. This is why they don’t understand, he and his brothers, anything that happens to them except as they knew and they have learned and practiced and lived upon their entire lives. That’s why Morsi fails to manage the country's affairs, and the most dangerous of what he does not understand is that he failed, because the Brotherhood because of their many lies where they suffer sometimes from involuntary lying, they are lying even to themselves, and all the mental activity of the brotherhood - which is very limited – is not able to find an explanation for the disastrous chaos in the country except that it is a conspiracy. Some of them say it’s allegedly from the enemies of the Revolution, while the proven fact is that the worst enemies of the revolution are the Muslim Brotherhood and their followers. Thus, their mental shortage and excessive lying makes them imagine that this nonsense will be bought by the people. The valiant city of Port Said surprised all parties in Egypt by its civil disobedience and its amazing determination.

  • عمار المنفلوطى

    2013-3-25

    I say to our brothers in Egypt to be more aware and be patient, because what is being plotted against Egypt is serious. Egypt is not any state it is at the forefront of the nation and the followers of America and Zionism and many other stakeholders are everywhere, there must be patience and the use of God’s help.

  • محمد عزت

    2013-3-25

    The ruling regime in Egypt is despotic and unaware of the needs of the people and all that is important to it is power and people may go(...), is the ruling of the Supreme Guide and Al Shatir, who has ruled Egypt which has lost its God given splendor and beauty, bless Mubarak's rule, when Egypt was a pearl in heaven and on earth.

  • عمر عبد الرحمن

    2013-3-25

    This is like rolling the dice on the future of the country and stubbornness and an escape forward .. You never lended your ear to the counselors around you and the advisors and even allies, so they left you all to remain alone hiding behind your tribe which has drowned you and will not save you from falling. You chose silence and opted for safety and became a professional in justification and talk in general about what we suffer and yell about. You came through elections in an exceptional moment where those who voted for you had no choice to escape the return of the old regime, but you squandered the opportunity that will not be repeated in the unification of Egyptians and achieving the goals of the revolution, weakened from facing what should have been confronted and you crossed the lines.

  • معوض إسماعيل

    2013-3-24

    The dagger that has been thrust into the heart of the revolution was the revolution’s “respect for law” and upholding the principles of constitution. Today, and after nearly two years of Mubarak’s ouster and toppling of his regime’s figures, we have realized a major flaw in the revolution process. This flaw is the fact that no revolutionary legitimacy has been established. Israel and the US have come up with some scenarios with respect to how Mubarak’s regime will end, but the revolution came in a stark contrast to their predictions. However, they have made relentless efforts in order to retain the existing judicial and constitutional framework and keep it intact. Here, I will not address the issues of killing the rebels, looting of public funds and other crimes that were committed by the regime without considering the consequences. But I will talk about the technical aspects of how things are run in Egypt through the Egyptian legal system.

  • ماجد المحمدى

    2013-3-24

    This was not the right time for the Muslim Brotherhood to take the reins of power alone. They should have realized this beforehand. The nation is crumbling and there is lack of capability to do anything. Also, people want something different than the phony statements that they hear, and they will not stay patient any longer than they did. Solution: the whole thing must be reviewed and everyone must be involved in power in the interest of the nation. This way, the public will calm down and the adversaries who are exploiting the public impasse for their partisan and factional interests will be silenced. The current atmosphere prevailing in Egypt is a source of fear and concern, and every honest Egyptian should play a positive role in order to avert the approaching wave of destruction in Egypt. You should take the neighboring countries as an example if you don’t fathom (what will happen).

  • منصور حسن

    2013-3-24

    Mr. President, where have you been from the beginning? We now no longer know when these things will end. Mr. President, since you know how to offer condolences properly, why you didn’t offer your condolence from the beginning? Is it safe to say that you waited until all other officials offered their condolences so that you can come finally and offer your condolences? In any case, thank you Mr. President; the people over there don’t even need your condolence.

  • بشرى الحربى

    2013-3-24

    Dude, don’t offer condolences and it would be better if you keep silent because you have nothing to say. You are the one who killed our people and what matters most to you is your family, kinsmen and Gaza. It seems that we don’t mean anything to you. Let me tell you something. I will tell you what Sheikh Sharawi told Mubarak in the past, but I will say it in my way. If you are our fate, then may god help you. But if we are your fate, then may god help you with what we will do to you.

  • مريم الاحمدى

    2013-3-24

    After all of this turmoil that resulted from the previous elections, it is desirable to hold new elections, provided that they are hold on the basis of democratic principles. The elections should not be rigged and the voters should not be lured with deeds of forgiveness. If people go to the ballot boxes under the fear of not being able to enter paradise and if they take oath on the Quran, the result is already known and thus there is no need for such elections. Either a fully free and fair election or no election at all.

  • مزيد محمد

    2013-3-24

    Mr. President, Muhammed Mursy, please step down. This is coming from an Egyptian citizen from the city of Port Said. The entire nation does not want you. If we elected you in the past out of fear from the remnants of the former regime, it is now clear that the remnants are better than the Islamists. Therefore, we apologize to Egypt for electing you. If you are now trying to offer condolences to the killed people, you should first clean your blood-tainted hands. Once you do that, you may come to Port Said city to offer your condolences to its people. If they accept your condolences, then you are no longer guilty. But if they don’t, you should step down from being Egypt’s president because you have took power in Egypt through hypocrisy. It seems that you were not the one who took a sacred oath that he will protect his people and the territorial integrity of their land. It seems that another person was taking the oath, or maybe you have changed after you were place under the curse of power. Your predecessor has also being afflicted with the curse of power and we have done away with that, and we will do the same with you.

  • سليمان عثمان

    2013-3-24

    Wow Mr. Hamdeen. You want people to overthrow Mursy so that you can seize power, which is something you are so desperate to do. Be sure that anyone who takes the reins in Egypt will not remain more than two days since that is the current trend in Egypt now and Egypt will never stabilize. Do you believe that you love this nation? That is absolutely not true. You actually love being in power more than you love Egypt. So, go ahead and become an actor or produce a movie together with your dear friend, the good-for-nothing Khaled Yusuf. You should realize that people cannot stand you because you are obsessed with power.

  • حازم مؤيد

    2013-3-24

    As soon as Dr. Morsi uttered the 56,734 number, the broadcast of the speech delayed, the lights in El-Ettihadyia, Mohamed Mahmoud and Maspero were switched off. It seems that this number indicated something. The Police and the Brotherhood supporters had planned to attack the free revolutionary youth. Fortunately, the will of Allah was against such attack. Without a previous plan, the honest people had left those areas. Thus, the planning of the Brotherhood was an utter failure.

  • نصر الدين محمد

    2013-3-24

    There is no need for the lamentation of the President given that we are aware of his precious time when he took the honorary doctorate and went to Pakistan to accept the nice bowl. Thus, people in Port Said will ask him not to make any lamentation or condolences since the President has set a barrier called revenge between him and the people in this province. Therefore, we want to avenge our martyrs and then we will accept anything.When Yemenis made the revolution, they were fed up with the oppression and tyranny, unable to lead a decent life and the lack of social justice. Thus, Yemenis will help the new Government in carrying out any new project. These projects will be funded by donor countries since they require a lot of money. In fact, we hope that these projects will be implemented since we are afraid that all the donations will be invested in service projects and infrastructure without granting interest in profitable development projects such as the fish resources. As far as I am concerned, this resource is very important for Yemen regarding the country’s considerable sea exposition. Indeed, most of the Yemeni borders lie on the ocean and Gulf and this would reassure us that Yemen can exploit the vast areas in producing fish and fish products which could change the economy of the country so that all the people and provinces, including Lahj and others, will benefit from it. Thus, we have to make a strong beginning so that the people will really feel that the country is changing. The latter should of course be accompanied by facing the terrorism that exists in Yemen in order to prevent it from pulling us backward whenever we advance through terrorist bombings and destruction.

  • نيفين عدلى

    2013-3-24

    You don't understand anything, first of all the whole world will listen to your speech, and if it is not criticized by us, it will be criticized by other countries, secondly, the editor who wrote the speech will learn from his mistakes this time in order not to repeat them next time, we should not bury our heads in sand like ostriches, you defend with ignorance.

  • يوسف العياط

    2013-3-24

    Generally, thank you, President, for your effort, we don't know what to say after all these incidents and tragedies. From the beginning, President, you should have tried to console the people of Port Said, not after this long time and through television.

  • منى المصطفى

    2013-3-24

    What can we expect from a liar who calls the other a liar?? Lying, misleading, causing sectarian strife and escaping difficult situations by wearing the garment of religion, accusing others is the worst way to defend oneself! Instead of playing football, it has become building a mosque, and the mosque as he claims is in Shubra, despite this he negates the presence of his two sons in Shubra, the mosque is being built secretly for security reasons (that's it…), he accused the Copts in his district of trying to make this quarrel, to destroy the mosque (that's it also...); knowing all this, he added while investigating him that he heard about the quarrels that happened from neighbors.

  • محمد الحربى

    2013-3-24

    The whole world is against you Mr. President, but don't be afraid because you will make it and you'll succeed, God willing. If the people of earth gathered to harm you and God didn't allow it or didn't write it, it will never hurt you and will never happen. I am always with you, but only among the righteous you'll find me with you.

  • فيكتور سلامة

    2013-3-23

    We all need to talk to President Mohamed Morsi because of what is happening now in Egypt and in Port Saed, in particular, because we see no need for all this to happen; we faced what happens if Port Saed and we wanted to bury our martyrs but we could not due to the current events and fights that took place during burying the murdered after the declaration of the judiciary verdict, but President Mohamed Morsi hasn't yet consoled the people of Port Saed, he didn't care to do his duty towards families of the martyrs, now after many weeks he consoles them and laments the martyrs, who is the father or mother that can accept this condolence!

  • حامد الشبراوى

    2013-3-23

    Not welcome! You caused distress and grief since we first saw you, you killed the people of Port Said, Morsi, even your consolation is superficial and we understand this language. When the Brotherhoods want to control something, they turn into poor weaklings and we reject this consolation in form and substance because it is mean and we don't want it because the revolution is still in the squares.

  • محمد عبد الله

    2013-3-23

    We realize that the Brotherhood are liars and hypocrites and seek power and their own interests first of all. They allow it to themselves and forbid it for others, but this is not the right way to deal with them.

  • حبيب نايف

    2013-3-23

    Your condolences are accepted Mr. President although I differ with you and your group, but pardon is with power, as in religion, and also for the sake of Egypt; so if you and your security remain stubborn, Port Saed will never see the light again; perhaps what happened to people of Port Saed is nothing less than pleasing that must be done so that Morsi himself remains on seat, it known that Ultras are Force to be reckoned with and their silence means that there are promises for them; but I don't like to be misunderstanding or thing wrongly, because this is sin; therefore, Mr. President, may God accept your condolence, and you swore that you will not betray God in us and if you betrayed or oppressed or neglected anyone of the people, God is above you and God is the best plotter. I hope people of Port Saed close the page of the past and look forward to the future and it may come.

  • حازم مؤيد

    2013-3-23

    O you loser Presidential candidate, as you like to be called by your misleading followers…Because all over the world, none calls himself so except here in Egypt, this is not a job or even a quality in any democratic or even backward country…Your Excellency was not heard or even your whisper was not heard against the ousted President or against his son, secretary of politics committee, or even his other son who looted Egypt, even the café owners had to share with him the little money they made, as said in the jokes of Egyptians…We didn't hear you voice against the Lady who used to appoint Ministers and governors and used to insult them openly…We didn't hear your voice when El Adly's butchers' were killing youth of opposition in prisons of state security of torture…Where were your Excellency and the other two persons while the rest of the followers of the ousted were smuggling abroad the billions which they saved in banks abroad?

  • تامر بدر

    2013-3-23

    It is essential to arrest all who called for burning Egypt, if one Islamist made this call, the whole world would be against him. May God take revenge on you; you don't know how many voted for him all over the republic?

  • إيهاب رشاد

    2013-3-23

    At these moments tens of women demonstrate in front of the Guidance Office, the Head Office of the Muslim Brotherhood, protesting the aggression on the activist Mervat Mossa, two days ago next to the location of the Head office. The participant cheered against the Brotherhood saying,' Down , down with the Brotherhood' and ' Down , down with terrorism' and Abdul Nasser said it before: 'the Brotherhood cannot be trusted'.

  • نورهان مروان

    2013-3-23

    "Amr Moussa" commented on the secret visit of Hamas delegation to the office of guidance saying," It is logical that the Hamas delegation visits the guidance office, not the Presidency for what is witnessed in Egypt because of the duplication of authority.

  • سمر مرسى

    2013-3-23

    I offer my thanks to President Mohamed Morsi of Egypt because he presented his condolence to people of Port Saed for their victims, so I don't wish the families to be angry, it is enough that President Morsi didn't ignore the condolence duty despite his busy time and despite the current incidents, the condolence is a duty but the people are against President Mohamed Morsi despite his busy schedule and the many issues of homeland; the Front National Salvation tries to interfere and tries to divide the people and President Mohamed Morsi, so we hope the people of Egypt understands this war which any enemy uses to corrupt Egypt.

  • سيف الدين على

    2013-3-23

    Who teaches you that tyrants are great, he steals your history…Who teaches you to kill in the name of jihad, he steals your blood and if you killed others, he steals your hand…Who teaches you the sanctions of love, he steals your love…Who teaches you to enter the mosques of the rich, he steals your prayers…Who teaches you that the other is an infidel, he steals your faith…Who teaches you that his blood, money, honor and territory are permissible, he steals your humanity…Who teaches lying in the name of legal tricks, he steals your honesty.

  • محمود عبد القادر

    2013-3-23

    God is our supporter and best helper and against Mohamed Morsi because he allowed himself to be manipulated like a piece of chess on the account of homeland. I ask him how many times you swore to rule for the benefit of all Egyptians! Why the guide didn't nominate himself for Presidency elections and would spare us of this situation, certainly he would have taken wrong decisions just like the ones he takes now. God is our supporter and best helper against any one that follows the Brotherhoods and follows their instructions in the name of religion; if they know religion then why is there injustice? Egypt is ours, not for the Brotherhoods only, that is, if I am a Brotherhood partisan and I want to object to something, I can't and have to stop, because they would say you are not Egyptian; this is wrong, you should not do this in the name of religion, God is our supporter and best helper.

  • هدى حمدى

    2013-3-23

    You are calling for a civil war and you don't care about the casualties, you are bloody and dishonest or religious, you trade in the name of religion and we will repel you all, O you dreamers. You dream to be kings of Egypt, far, far away from you, look at others who are in prisons now, if you understand.

  • مراد علاء

    2013-3-23

    Those people have much free time to watch low quality films. Indeed, their taste is not elevated. Thus, they like the films with trivial plots. Anyway, they felt that the coming Friday mass demonstration will eliminate them altogether. For this reason, they decided to change their propaganda in collaboration with their “obedient maid”, the Ministry of Social Security. They want to protect themselves through the loopholes, as if they respected the law.

  • منصور حسن

    2013-3-23

    President Mohamed Morsi extended his condolences to the families of the victims in Port Said. Those families want to tell him with a loud voice that God is our only Helper. You are not fit for the presidency. In fact, you are fit only to represent the Muslim Brotherhood. You are concerned only with the interests of this group. You are only the image of the Brotherhood. You are executing the orders of other members of the Brotherhood. Dear Mr. President! Why didn’t you compensate the martyrs’ families? Why didn’t you compensate the people of Port Said which witnessed serious acts of vandalism and devastation? Why didn’t you provide favorable conditions for business in Port Said? The condolences are not enough. You must preserve the rights of the martyrs. Why didn’t you join the masses so that you feel compassion towards them? You are concerned with your own business and the interests of the Muslim Brotherhood. We do not owe you any respect.

  • مروان خورى

    2013-3-23

    Frankly speaking, I neither belong to the Muslim Brotherhood nor to any other political trend but as an observer I find that Dr. Badi makes a lot of verbal mistakes and maybe he is not commensurate with the current stage. The latter includes many events and requires practical, executive and objective thought which could contribute to building the State institutions and to solving the problems of services to citizens.

  • سليمان الراسى

    2013-3-23

    We thought that the Muslim Brotherhood were patriotic and would grant a part from Sinai to the Palestinians. How could they do this? They do not want to bring those who have murdered our soldiers in Rafah to justice and accept that our soldiers are killed in Ramadan while they are fasting. How could they do such things and why do they pass Tahani constitution for Egyptians and restrict their freedoms after such a peaceful revolution?

  • جميلة العدان

    2013-3-23

    I dreamed that Egypt will be ruled, after the Muslim Brotherhood, by a patriotic man who refuses to sell a single inch of his nation for non-Egyptian citizens, a man who worries about Egypt from dangers and refuses to sell the blood of his compatriots for a break from Natroon prison. This man will also worry about the economy of Egypt and who is keen to ensure the dignity of Egyptians. I dreamed that this man will not urge Egyptians to buy their dignity in return for a bottle of oil and a sugar bag. He must be a ruler who refuses the slapping of any Egyptian woman and the torture of citizens next to the Federal Palace. When I woke up, I prayed Allah for the wellbeing of Egypt.

  • احمد السقا

    2013-3-23

    This person failed terribly in the presidential elections, so how he appoints himself as official spokesman for the people? How he speaks about the rule of the law, and then stands against the law and threatens the police and even instigates a civil war? Is this the democracy? Is this the freedom? Is this the love for the country? No, and thousand noes. This is the brutality itself and this is the deep hatred to this country. Stop tampering with the interests of Egypt and its people and do not speak on behalf of it as we are the real children of this country, and we love it and fear for it. We do not need any hatred destruction or feuds. All what we can say is to seek God's help against you. We seek God's help and support against those who cause turbulences and vandalize the country! No one guarantees to live for a single second and thus we must please God so that he is pleased with us.

  • عبد الله راجح

    2013-3-22

    He failed in the presidential elections, but he speaks in the name of Egypt. He should shut up his mouth because the people like him want to destroy the country.

  • عبد الله علوش

    2013-3-22

    Unfortunately, Dr. Katatni, the people do not believe such statements. The country is sinking and the people are tired and from now on there is no peaceful demonstrations. Do you know why? It is because of the high rates of unemployment and closure of the factories. What will a father who was working in a factory for making bricks and then found himself dismissed and expelled to the street without any job? How will he provide for his family and children? If he remained with them he would find himself fighting with them all the time, because he is unable to provide them with food or even bread. Do you think that when such people participate in the demonstrations, they will demonstrate peacefully? He is fighting and disputing with his family in his house. Therefore, how will he express his opinion peacefully? You can judge this Dr. Katatni! As for the security, do you not think that the unemployed person can steal or rob anyone in the road, especially if he found that he has no way of making ends meet? The state is big and we need real philosophers to solve its problems. I wish that the president would step down and allow the Egyptians to handle their own affairs. The people are bored and fed up with you.

  • مازن احمد

    2013-3-22

    We do not need anything from the president, even the condolences are not needed at all. All we we need today is to get the rights of the martyrs. We do not want to listen to promises. We need solutions and we want you to stop speaking uselessly. When you identify the perpetrators of this crime, then you can come to extend your deep condolences or do anything else.

  • محمود الشمرى

    2013-3-22

    Islam Al-katatni, the dissident member of the Muslim Brotherhood and the son of the uncle of Dr. Mohammad Saad Al-katatni, head of the Party of Freedom And Justice Party, said that he will lead tomorrow's demonstration starting from Sayyeda Aisha Mosque towards the Guidance Office in Nafoura Square, Mokattam, in objection to the "smack" that a girl received by the office’s guards during the events that took place there few days ago. He also added that the protest would denounce the abuses of journalists that took place on the same day. Islam El-katatni leads a demonstration in front of the “Irshad Office” tomorrow because a smack to a girl, confirming that the Muslim Brothers are real thugs.

  • فيكتور سلامة

    2013-3-22

    Lying and tendentious rumours damage the reputation of all journalists, as proved by the fact that when the residents of Sohag received the visit of Dr. Mohammed Mursi, President of the Republic, with rejection, protests and demonstrations in all streets of the governorate, the Muslim Brotherhood’s mass media published news contrary to reality. The writer described the Freedom and Justice Newspaper, as "funny", and that it is purchased by people to make them laugh and no more. Additionally, people watch the satellite channel of the Muslim Brotherhood “Egypt 25” when they want some fun and entertainment. "fear God and stop distortion of the Egyptian media,” she added.

  • فتاح نصيف

    2013-3-22

    Yesterday, Mursi spoke about the role of the Muslims in the procession of the knowledge and referred to Al-Biruni and his role in the discovery of the pulmonary circulation ... Stunningly, Egypt’s President does not know that Al-Biruni had nothing to do with pulmonary circulation. Any kid in the middle school knows that the discoverer of the pulmonary circulation is Ibn Al-Nafis.

  • جلال عبد الرحمن

    2013-3-22

    Egyptian President Muhammad Mursi is a symbol of all Egyptians and no honorable patriot who has dignity accepts his abuse. The dignity of the president is akin to the dignity of all the Egyptian people. No wise person accepts likening the status of the president to the status of the thug. Remember well that the history records what is happening now so please make our history white and do not follow the people with special agendas.

  • ستار خلف

    2013-3-22

    It is sorrowful to see an Egyptian announcer interviewing an Egyptian citizen and ask him about his comment on the performance of the police there? However, the Egyptian citizen asks him to repeat the question saying, what? The announcer repeats the question again astonishingly, and receives the same answer from the citizen. The most sorrowful thing is that when you speak about the bitter duplicity of the language in Egypt, you find that the academicians, and senior media processionals denying this.

  • منار سليمان

    2013-3-22

    If it was proved that Hamas is involved in killing the Egyptian soldiers, it will be a strong strike against the Muslim Brotherhood and Mursi, because Hamas is part of the international organization of the Muslim Brothers. Hence, this would mean that the international organization of the Muslim Brotherhood is involved in killing the soldiers. Personally, I wish that those who committed the events of Rafah were not Palestinians, as I know the manners of the Palestinians very well, particularly the residents of Gaza, who are very respectable who love Egypt.

  • مزيد محمد

    2013-3-22

    Since Morsi took rule of Egypt I feel as if Egypt is wearing a black veil…I feel it is not Egypt that we know. Always sad. Sure guys this is not the rule of Islam, Islam is mercy, light, joy and satisfaction because it the rule of God the Creator, the Almighty…Islam is enemy of liars.

  • مروان إبراهيم

    2013-3-22

    His Excellency the Secretary and many figures from Rescue Front and others always boast request to change the government because they know they will not exist in presence of this government; I ask all of them as well as those of Freedom and Justice one question, now we are in front of challenge which is holding the Parliamentary elections, then Shura elections, then Presidential elections, after that locality elections- do we have to change the Ministry before each election for the eyes of Rescue Front, this is farce, even catastrophe that those people are unaware of- please think about what you say.

  • كرم جابر

    2013-3-22

    "Amr Mossa" commented on the secret visit of Hamas delegation to the office of guidance saying," It is logical that Hamas delegation visits the guidance office, not the Presidency for what is witnessed in Egypt because of the duplicity of the authority.

  • طارق فواز

    2013-3-22

    I offer my thanks to President Mohamed Morsi of Egypt because he presented his condolence to people of Port Saed for their victims, so I don't wish the families to be angry, it is enough that President Morsi didn't ignore the condolence duty despite his busy time and despite the current incidents, the condolence is a duty but the people are against President Mohamed Morsi despite his busy schedule and the many issues of homeland; Front of National Salvation tries to interfere in that and tries to divide the people and President Mohamed Morsi, so we hope the people of Egypt understands this war which any enemy uses to corrupt Egypt.

  • سلطان وسيم

    2013-3-21

    The state of Morsi represented in the deal between elder of the town and the police leaderships sees that the prayers of Christians cause sectarian strife, consequently they must choose either to quit them or paint their churches with sound isolator and write their bible in secret ink. The state of Morsi hasn't yet tried or punished any suspect who were convicted with attacking places of worship and attempts to burn them, 8 persons were put in jail after they had been arrested around the place of an illegal group called<< Muslim Brotherhoods>> because he was holding gasoline and Molotov. The state of Morsi has become a menace to the state of Egypt.

  • خالد مازن

    2013-3-21

    Lt. General Abdul Rafii Darweesh, the strategic expert, said that Hamas is an organization following the group of " Muslim Brotherhood" and it is the Military wing. He said," Hamas takes the oath of allegiance to the Muslim Brotherhood Guide of Egypt"…"And within 10 years, the armed forces will consist of the Muslim Brotherhood after accepting a new batch in the army who are all sons of Brotherhood leaderships.

  • جواد ياسر

    2013-3-21

    Egyptians said their free word and elected their President in a democratic free way, the other losers, whether candidates or voters or opposition, went out of law and customs, therefore they must be repressed fiercely and eradicate their roots in order to keep the unity of Egypt and the hopes and dreams of the majority who said their word freely and they will defend it whatever it costs to keep it. The army and the police must support the biggest slide of people who elected the President with all contentment, not these angry malicious groups who are related to "octopus of the interior and foreign affairs" whoever they are.

  • جهاد يزيد

    2013-3-21

    You prove that you chew other's words and you don't see the failures of your government in all sectors, and certainly you don't read your opponents' programs and you only care about obeying your guide. What ruin your Brotherhoods practice on you, O you obedient submitting lambs led by one shepherd that does not care about homeland or the people. He only cares about his own interests and believe me he will not even care about your interests as well as others; when are you going to quit the herd?

  • إياد باسم

    2013-3-21

    You are calling for a civil war and you don't care about the casualties, you are bloody and dishonest or religious, you trade with the name religion and we will repel you all, O you dreamers, you dream to be kings of Egypt, but never, never, look at others before you who tried, and who are in prisons now, if you understand.

  • دينا الجيار

    2013-3-21

    There is something wrong with the country because everything is changing, including history, without us knowing. Isn’t that true? Even the so-called religious people turned out to have nothing to do with religion. Those who are knowledgeable in divine scripture but fail to put it to practices will be labeled as hypocrites. President Mursy, what do you have to say about all of these events or you came out only to perform prayers. The entire nation is on fire and the police forces killed us and then they want to go on a strike. Also, the judiciary is delivering the sentences as the judges please and there are some innocent people who are sentenced to death penalty. Apart from that, 40 people have died in Port Said and the Ultras have gathered in the streets and near the central bank before the verdict was made. So, do hear about these matters as we do? Where are you exactly? Aren’t we your family and relatives as you once said? I feel that I’m lost and sometimes I feel the country is rented out. I feel this is not our country and this is not how we Egyptians behave. I’m very concerned over Egypt, and even if we leave it, I will remain sad and I will continue to be very concerned for my country; a country whose president does not feel what is happening inside it.

  • نورهان مروان

    2013-3-21

    I believe that this president is absent-minded and does not feel anything. These things have been going on for over one and half months, so didn’t he realize this one month after the outbreak of crisis? Here he comes to address the martyrs and their families. Mursy, you should step down because you are not fit to be in power and it does not suit you. This is because you are overqualified to be a president because you could be a rocket scientist. Therefore, step down and hand power over to someone who is capable of overseeing the political scene. You have brought upon us distress and disquiet, and we now feel that the votes we gave you didn’t go to the right candidate. It is a laughable matter to see your interview now. Did the person in charge forgot to air the interview and left the cassette in office drawers and only remembered it now? Mursy, we are warning you for the last time. So, please go to NASA and work there since they need you and you need them. The Egyptians no longer want you. If you claim that you came to power through ballot boxes, then let me tell you that the same ballot boxes are demanding your ouster. If you want to know the truth, you should hold a referendum, and you will see many “no” votes at the very least.

  • عمر عبد الرحمن

    2013-3-21

    As a matter of fact, it is necessary to bring the real computer rebels who had good intentions to power, and not the politicians regardless of their affiliation. However, those politicians who began their political activities in unison with the revolution should be excluded. In any case, the best course of action is to adopt a peaceful reform approach. The rebels have committed several mistakes, including their disregard for the lessons learned from history that advised them against neglecting their revolution. The rebels should handover the administration only after they ensured the complete success of the revolution. Thereafter, democratic practices should have been adopted after entrenching electoral laws and all related necessary processes and after ensuring that the wrongdoers have had their comeuppance so that people may calm down. However, this mistake should be remedied with the same previous tactic and not with the help of the armed forces.

  • سمر مرسى

    2013-3-21

    Who are these people compared to the Egyptian people? I call upon Muslims who hate other Muslims and I would like to ask them to look into their own selves. If they do so, they will see that they need to change many things in their lives and that they should follow the path of god. When I was in college, Muslim Brotherhood students used to leave lectures during prayer times. At that time, I was not in the habit of performing prayers and my colleagues and I used to mock them for sure. However, deep down in our hearts, we knew that they were doing the right thing, but we were trying to conceal that out of arrogance. This is exactly what some of our fellow Muslims are doing.

  • عبد الله العمروسى

    2013-3-21

    Mursy is the worst president to take the reins in Egypt since the dawn of history. The only solution to emerge from the current crisis is for Mursy to step down and to let the armed forces take the reins till new presidential elections are hold, albeit this time without any interference from the Unites States and Israel.

  • جيسى محمد

    2013-3-21

    The daily events in Egypt are very sad. A quick glance at Egypt proves that the country is moving toward an appalling collapse in all aspects of life during this era of the Guidance office and their delegate in the Federal Palace. In fact, the state of institutions is agonizing under the total supervision of the guidance office. The guidance delegate is good at nothing in the Federal Palace but reading the daily instructions from the guidance office. These instructions aim to destroy all the corners of the State so that Egypt will live in destructive chaos rather than the caliphate system. It is really a dark era in the modern history of Egypt at all political life levels. In fact, Egyptians have been divided into a tribe and enemies. The tribe has been divided into two parts: the Muslim Brotherhood and the Salafists. In addition, the political situation is living under a large confusion concerning all the decisions and this reflects that the official who is responsible for the guidance office has impersonated the personality of Mr. Lotfi for an hour at the decision making and at canceling it. The security situation has worsened a great deal and Egypt has become a state of gangs and murder on religious and political identity has become common in Egypt. On the other hand, the guidance office has concentrated on oppressing the state of law in order to ensure its followers through appointing a special deputy and an angelic Minister of Defense and attracting a large number of weak people under the banner of judges for the sake of the Muslim Brotherhood.

  • كرم جابر v

    2013-3-21

    The reality proves that the incident is planned by the guidance office and provides an exact copy of the events in Gaza. In fact, the Muslim Brotherhood is trying to destroy all the forces to preserve their tribe. Indeed, the Police Department has been eradicated and become a rival of Egyptians. In addition, the National Security Department has become an obedient servant to the Muslim Brotherhood. The intelligence head department has become faithful to the Brotherhood’s delegate. The Armed Forces is the only department which the Mulsim Brotherhood is trying to eradicate. Thus, when this strong department falls, the Muslim Brotherhood will raise the slogan that those who are not with us are our enemies. Then, there will be a lot of bloodshed in Egypt and the Islamic trends will get more and more brutal. In addition, chaos and a black era will prevail in the country so that the Muslim Brotherhood will get in the marrow of the nation.

  • ناردين عبد المنعم

    2013-3-21

    When this strong department falls down, the Muslim Brotherhood will raise the slogan of those who are not with us are our enemies. Then, there will be a lot of bloodshed in Egypt and the Islamic trends will get more and more brutal. In addition, chaos and a black era will prevail in the country so that the Muslim Brotherhood will get in the marrow of the nation in order to sell Egypt and its strategic projects in the Gulf slave market of Qatar. The Muslim Brotherhood will seek to demolish another country in order to fulfill the caliphate rule but it will be established on ruins. I wonder whether the Brotherhood’s plan of destructive chaos will continue or a strong institution will save Egypt from its fateful destiny.

  • امال الابراهيمى

    2013-3-21

    I swear by Allah the Almighty that the Muslim Brotherhood led by Mohamed Morsi are afraid to visit Port Said in this period, even if they grant them not only the free duty zone but even the budget of Egypt. In fact, people in Port Said are aware that the current ruling regime under the leadership of Morsi has been responsible for the massacre which has claimed the lives of forty Port Said security members by live bullets. Thus, the entire region does not accept consolation from him. In fact, this illegitimate President should have shut as long as he is a man of religion. He should have understood that there is no consolation after three days especially that the accident took place one month and a half ago. In so doing, he is mocking Egyptians and the esteemed Port Said people who will not lose their rights and their martyrs’ rights.

  • هدى حمدى

    2013-3-21

    I wonder who will protect Egypt, O the Muslim Brotherhood, who is claiming Islam. They are evil and they are carrying out what Mubarak did not manage to do. They are destroying under the banner of religion until I personally began to feel that there are spies in the Muslim Brotherhood leadership who are working for Israel and America.

  • شاهين أبو شالة

    2013-3-21

    The founder and mentor of the Muslim Brotherhood Sheikh Hassan al-Banna, Allah's mercy be upon him admitted it. He said that they are neither Brothers nor Muslims. This statement summarizes the case of the banned group, especially that the mentor himself admitted it. The problem of the Arab peoples lies in the fact that the majority suffer from Alzheimer. They never learn from the mistakes of the past. This illness makes them less aware than the children who are able to avoid touching hot things once they experience their high temperature even for once. However, the grownups are used to plunge in the fire, although we know in advance that we would burn. This is stupid!

  • جيكا المصرى

    2013-3-21

    The implementation of the decision of the Attorney General includes the arrest of any citizen who joins any banned group, according to the law, publicly. The public prosecutor calls upon the members of the Muslim Brotherhood to surrender today to the nearest police or military police station. They must not resist the competent authorities in case they are arrested in the streets. Besides, they must resist any mass of citizens trying to arrest them. The citizens are supposed to inform the prosecutors, police departments and the public authorities about any of their neighbors, their relatives and co-workers belonging to this group which is banned by law.

  • عبد العزيز محمد

    2013-3-21

    You are against the revolution and your discord with the regime is deeply rooted! You are exclusionary and you hear only your own voices! You call for democracy, but you don't respect it, claiming that the people are ignorant! Who gave you permission to speak in the name of the people? Your history will be always black, and Doomsday is another thing! Naturally, you don't like to be reminded of Doomsday, because this is talk about religion, and according to your creed, politics has nothing to do with religion! O, you poor people! What will Almighty God judge you for on Doomsday? For your prayers, your fasting and pilgrimage? What about your lies, deception and other things you have done in the name of politics? Is it reasonable that you will not be held accountable for people's rights and for your attitudes towards them? What about this strife and the blood that flows every now and then, who is responsible for that? Do you think that only the people should be judged?

  • فارس معتـز

    2013-3-21

    This is a president with a criminal record who has escaped prison, which means he is the head of a criminal gang. No to Mursy, the Stepney tyre; No to the Brotherhood constitution; No to the Muslim Brotherhood; No to modeling the state to the Brotherhood model; No to Militias and intimidation; No to taking over the judiciary system; No to gangsters; No to liars. Down with revolution hijackers. Down with liars. Down with the traitorous Muslim Brotherhood. Down with deceivers. Down with double-faced individuals. Down with religion exploiters. Down with exploiters of the needy. Down with those who label others infidels. Down with the snakes in Egypt. Down with those who steal our nation. Down with religious gangs. Down with rebels murderers. Down with the third party. Down with enemies of humanity. Down with enemies of our nation. Down with enemies of freedom.

  • سلطان وسيم

    2013-3-21

    The Muslim Brotherhood and the terrorist groups are taking Egypt to an abyss. Let them know that their demise will be soon and they will go back to prisons since prisons are the right place for the Muslim Brotherhood and their followers. They should respect themselves and realize that they didn’t inherit this country from (their founder) Hassan El Banna or Sayyid Qutb.

  • باسل جمال

    2013-3-20

    There are some popular demands that no government could ever achieve, no matter how close they are to the people, unless the streets and its people calm down. I want to tell them to give President Mohamed Morsi a chance, and he will try to achieve your demands; not all of them, of course, because some of them are contrary to the opinion of the majority. From my point of view, Egypt has never had have a better president than this one, so don’t hinder his job. May God guide you.

  • احمد الشناوى

    2013-3-20

    Mr. President, where have you been all this time? Or is it because there’s no hope whatsoever for you to act in such a way, unless you find us just standing there in Egypt? Or is it because you became a strong beast after what happened in Port Said, and instead of giving your condolences to the people for their losses, you started threatening people? You really shouldn’t be the president after all, and those who put you up to the task were surely doing the Brotherhood’s dirty work.

  • نصر الدين محمد

    2013-3-20

    It’s the last chance for anyone who protested on the stage, and it’s obvious that the numbers are few, because they represent themselves, not the people. Even the media evaded this one because of its small size. There is no other way than waiting for the elections, hoping to start a new page in the history of Egypt and to celebrate its first step into the club of democracy, which we dreamed of in the days of Ismail Pasha and Prime Minister Mohamed Sharif. If someone wants to speak for the people, he should run for office and he will have the power to represent the people. However, the protests and chaos are just a waste of time.

  • غسان المصرى

    2013-3-20

    When will the elections in Egypt be fair, if not during the reign of Morsi and his government? The opposition knows that this President will never hold fraudulent elections, because he depends on Shar'ia ethics; but the biggest Satan is playing his part in the incidents of Egypt and others. God's justice will prevail.

  • عثمان الجمل

    2013-3-20

    I address all political parties, without making any distinction and dividing them into opposition and supporters, all those who love Egypt's sons: Love is the main weapon in building the homeland, not hostility and hatred for President Morsi and for the Islamic side, which speaks about Egypt as an Islamic nation. Love is the mother of brotherhood, that is, the principle pillar that we depend upon in our march towards the desired society. But we see that there are enemies of the nation from within, and an outside enemy depends upon them to ruin the Islamic national phenomena and to ruin the national progress by all means. They publish division and wave the slogans of the opportunist individualist. They call for opposition just for the sake of opposition, without providing useful solutions.

  • حسنى حسان

    2013-3-20

    They told the thief to swear; he said this is salvation. In America, when Clinton lied about his affair with Monica, he was judged- and here in Egypt, when the President lies and breaks his oath, he fasts for three days- This is nice, and it gives the worst impression of people who are like Morsi.

  • عبد العزيز محمد

    2013-3-20

    O Morsi, Port Saed will not be quiet till each dead person gets his rights. What does Morsi want exactly? I myself am ready to leave the country because of him and his group. Who gave orders to the police to kill people? Morsi, would it better to let Mubarak and El Adly rule, or do you allow yourself and your group to do the same thing? And did you forget that there was a revolution and you were one of the revolutionists? You also denounced the acts of Mubarak and El Adly. Has the seat of power changed you? You should leave, because you and El Iran and your supporters have been exposed. You are agents of America. The people of Port Saed, whom you call thugs and whom you regard as merely a handful, that is the Suez Canal, it is the oil fields, it is East Port Said, it is imports and exports, and if you sacrifice it for some kids who attend soccer matches, then you are ones who sell the country. Egyptians will never keep silent about your behaviors and your fighting, beating and hitting. We are waiting to see the end, O Brotherhood. Once, the Brotherhood members used to walk in the streets, looking around fearfully, but now they are militants and they help the police. They support the police now, whereas all their lives they were enemies. O you who have no brand or trademark! Are these the people of Port Saed, whom you supported when Mubarak closed the Duty Free Zone during that incident, and now you call them thugs? You called them names; I swear that whoever hides behind you is naked. You are not trustworthy, and we were wrong to vote for you. Shafeeq's fire is better than your paradise, because Morsi does not know anything and he moves without any strategy. I am against him, since he did not carry out his promises. Instead of putting those who stole from the Egyptians and killed them on trial, he reconciled with them for the sake of money. God damn the seat of power and the money, which changes Adam's sons.

  • مروه سلطان

    2013-3-20

    My opinion is that our Prophet used to trade with the Jews, so what about your Muslim brothers, who have lost their way?! I tell those who prefer to cooperate with the Jews and America, and consequently with Israel, rather than to cooperate with Iran or Iraq: your opinion has nothing to do with religion at all. Fear and beware of God and don't run after temporal interests.

  • احمد برغش

    2013-3-19

    All mosque preachers across Egypt must urge people to desist from discussing anything in the mosque other than worshipping and remembrance of god. They should urge them that they should stay away from backing the Muslim Brotherhood gang and their likes. In addition, they should urge people to work in order to develop the land and enjoy god’s bounties. Also, they must urge people to love one another, be merciful towards one another, and realize that the life of a Muslim person is more sacred than the holy Kaaba in Mecca. Invite people to the way of god through wisdom and gentle persuation. God bless you.

  • رعد حمودي

    2013-3-19

    The attack on Muslim Brotherhood’s headquarters cannot be justified under any circumstances. By doing so, you are effectively implementing the plans of the state of Israel by foiling the revolution and sabotaging the nascent democratic experiment. There will come a day in which your offspring will hold you to book for the destruction and devastation that you have inflicted on Egypt. You should start nation-building and hard work, other we will not even find a loaf of bread.

  • كاظم شبيب

    2013-3-19

    In one of her songs, Umm Kulthum says: “What love did you come to talk about”. She continues to say: “Did you know what is the meaning of love before now?” But we say to you Mr. President: “What obituary did you come to talk about? Did you know what is the meaning of obituary before now?”. Mr. President, for you to grasp the meaning of obituary, you should know that obituary must be conveyed within three days after the death or killing of the deceased individual. In addition, you must go to the bereaved family in their own home so that they may accept your condolences.

  • كاظم خلف

    2013-3-19

    The Muslim Brotherhood didn’t win the elections due to the lack of any Muslim Brotherhood candidates. This is a laughable claim, and it is saying that this proves the movie the made was true. In this movie, the Muslim Brotherhood claims that they lost the elections because there was no candidate from their side and that parties from the former regime were the only participants. My dear, are you trying to deceive people just like that? Secondly, those who agree with having their mothers and sisters demonstrate with someone like Ahmed Dumah or roam the streets are not real men. I live in one of the governorates, and I don’t know whether it is a normal thing for Cairenes and residents of other major city to let their female relatives go out on demonstrations till midnight and set stuff on fire or beat others. The situation is totally different than that in our area, and if that is the appropriate thing to do, then

  • لطيف شندل

    2013-3-19

    I have an innocent question. Let us assume that a lady from the Muslim Brotherhood provokes one journalist in front of an office owned by a newspaper, magazine, or the Press Association. In addition, let us assume that there are a number of Muslim Brotherhood activists accompanying this woman who are making drawings that are insulting to the media people, activists, and journalists. Let us also assume that one of the journalists starts beating this lady and its company, how would the media react to this event? I believe that the assailant will be treated as a hero and will tour on all TV stations in order to verbosely explain the part concerning the lady’s provocation. I swear to god I’m not a Muslim Brotherhood activists and I even criticize them all the time as well as their supporters. However, the truth must be told. I wish that the media would become impartial so that we are able to criticize and expose the shortcomings of the Muslim Brotherhood when it comes to administration and politics. This will make them realize their mistakes and will at least remedy them, and we will see how things will be two more years down the road. We will see the outcome of having a civilized, reasonable relationship with them and exchanging mutual constructive criticism between the two sides! However, these tactics and boring childish scenarios will compromise Egypt, and the ordinary Egyptians will be the ones at a loss. You are responsible for the lives of the people, and I swear you will be held to account before them.

  • عبد الرحمن الشهرى

    2013-3-19

    Who is the one that attacked the headquarters of the Muslim Brotherhood and attempted to set it on fire? Are the Muslim Brotherhood members the ones who approached the Communists and Nasserites? Or the opposite is true? I swear the Muslim Brother has the right to inflict punishment on every criminal person who dares to attack their headquarters and commit an act of trespassing. We have a question for anyone in their right minds. If the Muslim Brotherhood members were the ones who went to the Tahreer Square and did what the thugs did in front of the Muslim Brotherhood headquarters, would the Socialist Union Association respond in the same way? May God curse the liars.

  • حامد اللميع

    2013-3-19

    President Morsy, your condolences are accepted. May God keep you as our president because one really feels that you are one of us. So long as the president has made an obituary and talked in a nice way, then let bygones be bygones and let us not be on the lookout for the shortcomings of others. What is wrong with the president making an obituary and paying a visit to Port Said city? I wish that Port Said’s people will show some level of patriotism and will accept the president’s condolences to the families of the dead innocent victims. Also, whenever someone faces a problem, we should not point fingers at the president. Let us assume that a soldier witnesses the killing of a fellow soldier. This soldier will of course become infuriated and will kill the person who took the life of his colleague even if unintentionally. Hence, even if such soldier is at fault, it is impossible for us to blame the president for everything. Anyway, we thank you Mr. President for the obituary and I am one of the people who accept your condolences if Port Said’s people reject it.

  • فراس كاسر

    2013-3-19

    My brother, be patient. Be patient and then be more patient. You’ve borne tougher and thornier things! You should know that the dawn of relief is coming without doubt, whether people like it or not! As we know, the murkiest hours of night are those that precede sunrise! We feel that relief is near but they feel that it’s distant! According to the divine rules, the truth will never be outlived nor will it be defeated by falsehood, even if the latter is mightier and dominating. Criminals, hypocrites and traitors really exist everywhere and not only in Egypt. But they are terminally ill now, so may God help us.

  • طلال ما هر

    2013-3-19

    The prime goal of Mukattam events is to disturb president Morsy’s historic visit to the Upper Egypt and his historic meeting with the local community in Sohag. The president was welcomed by all groups of the society in Upper Egypt, and the two sides engaged subsequently in a serious and mature dialogue on Egypt’s development. The so called Salvation Front, better said destruction front, is now engaged in acts of thuggery and criminality in order to keep attention away from president Morsy’s accomplishment and it does so by attacking the headquarters of the Muslim Brotherhood. These scenarios get repeated again and again whenever president Morsy’s makes a certain accomplishment so that people may forget about these accomplishments and so that they may get caught up with the acts of thuggery done by the Salvation Front.

  • سمير وليد

    2013-3-19

    This is an illegitimate group and it founded the Freedom and Justice Party, which means that it is also illegitimate. The party nominated members to the Shura council and in the presidential elections, and those who won occupy positions illegitimately due to the fact that they came out from a group, which violates the law and rejects accommodating its position acceding to the law to conceal the sources of its funds and the nature of its activities that are run in the darkness like the drug dealers. The electoral campaign funds came from the group, whose sources of funding are unknown, which means that their electoral campaigns were illegitimate too. The activities of the group are not clear and it has an international agenda that suits its interests as an international organization. These traits contradict the necessary requirements of the national security and interests. We cannot trust the loyalty of the president, or parliamentarians who came from this group to their home, because their loyalty to the group and its objectives are too strong and have foreign extensions.

  • رائد نادر

    2013-3-19

    The officials of Cairo governorate must have granted the residents of Ramlat Bolaq, whose houses have been demolished, a certain period to solve the problem after putting a strong schedule to achieve this purpose. If the governorate could not provide the affected residents with housing units immediately, then the residents should not have been promised with immediate solution, along with setting a real date in the future. So that they be transparent and educate them on the solutions the governorate can provide so that we do not see them resort to blocking the road for such a minority demand.

  • باسل جمال

    2013-3-19

    The political movement in Egypt will not be affected by changing or keeping Qandil’s government. It requires changing the regime completely. The Muslim Brothers proved that they cannot lead Egypt to the next stage and they try to justify their failure irrationally. We want Egypt to be as strong as it was at the time of Mubarak.

  • أيوب باهر

    2013-3-19

    I would like to say to the opposition: You have become mere trumpets for those who try to blur the Arab Islamic identity while you are unaware. Wake up from your long sleep, may Allah unite your hearts so you may become brothers and this could be the beginning of a great Egypt.

  • مسعد سليمان

    2013-3-19

    Socialism collapsed without return and capitalism will also collapse taking the secularism with it forever. Most of the western states and the remnants of socialist regimes are headed by religious figures. So, do you want the sharia not to rule? If the Christian west expects this to be the century of Islam, is it possible for the secularists in Egypt and across the Arab world or the advocates of the nationalism to stop the Islamic rule? Islam must win and the events that we see are mere tests to the nation to distinguish what is good from what is evils.

  • أحمد ماجـد

    2013-3-19

    In the name of God the Most Merciful the ever Merciful. submission to the demands of the destruction front and the demands of the Front of the saboteurs, atheists and enemies of Islam as well as the slaves of Zionism and the Americans is a sign of weakness of the authorities, and it will not finish their demands, because the more they get a concession, they will continue the acts of thugs to get another one. What is this weakness and submission which plagued the authorities? The state must restore its respect and use the iron fist to submit the agents of Zionism and their thugs. There is no place for the endless concessions. Cut off the head of the Zionist snake is the most important mission. May God bless the people of Egypt.

  • إيهاب رشاد

    2013-3-19

    You succeed in the wrong time, because changing the government is impossible today. May God help you Mursi to continue destroying and complete the mission of your branch, the Destruction Brigades, which was behind Luxor’s Massacre in 1997. Mursi is the last creature we need today on top of the authority of Egypt. The solution is to leave because you will be held accountable for all the souls, which were killed on your direct or indirect orders. Leave.

  • غاده عبد الرازق

    2013-3-19

    We live at the time of fighting corruption and purification of Egypt from the thieves and the corrupt losers and their children. This is an expected reaction, but the thieves and the state that support them will never succeed. Egypt is a great state and the dwarves will never be able to defeat it. However, this needs patience because the thieves and their supporters will not be able to continue spending on the Molotov, raping, and hiring the street children and the thugs.

  • نورهان مروان

    2013-3-19

    The Murshid was in company of his family and when he was entering a restaurant, a young man called Karim saw him and said to him, “How you can eat while the country is collapsing?” he responded, “God did not oblige me to respond to you.” the young man indicated that he entered in a severe discussion with the Murshid but it was within the political disagreement and did not go beyond the proper limits. Karim said that the rule of the Muslim Brotherhood will not continue for a long period and that they will be prosecuted because of what is happening in the country. The security men interfered and demanded the young man to respect the Murshid as he is a public figure, but the young man denied this argument. He said that he is just a professor in the college, confirming that he did not go beyond the proper limits in his speech, and that the Murshid is like his father..

  • كمال حسين

    2013-3-19

    It’s the same faces that the brotherhood used to support in the era of the military council and who’s not against the military revolutionaries and the brotherhood is considered mercenaries, generally when it comes to the brotherhood it’s okay but for other it’s wrong, God forgives them and punish the others.

  • سليمان الراسى

    2013-3-19

    Glorious is God, when poor people go out on a protest they become bullies and when they surround the constitutional court and the media what do they become? People of the world, hypocrites, your government has failed, you were exposed, and the people, every one of them rejects you. May our free people stand against you and your groups and it’s a revolution until victory.

  • ايلين موسى

    2013-3-19

    I’d revert from Islam if this guy is not a joke. You should go preach in a mosque rather than bluffing on us with words we don’t understand and also picking the wrong timing to say what you say. It should be a priority for you to go to Port Said and ask for forgiveness from its people for the massacres committed with your consent and if you didn’t know about them than it’s a doubled calamity.

  • مازن احمد

    2013-3-19

    In the name of God the Most Merciful the ever Merciful. with all due respect to the doctor, may God bless him with more knowledge; the solution is to change the whole political system, because pluralism in its current form has reached a dead end, as proved by the global protest movements such as “Occupy!” The current parliamentary political system in Egypt must be directed into a direct system as is the case in Switzerland with some improvements. The current representative system serves the Zionist-Masonic interests. The states of the Arab Spring deal with prescriptions that make the case worse over time.

  • احمد برغش

    2013-3-19

    The fake advocates of the freedom and democracy do not want to believe the current situation and that there is an elected Islamic president. Hence, they lie endlessly. They want Egypt to be ruled by secularists forever. The remnants of the former regime, do not believe that after being the representatives of the forged majority, he would not be able even to vote. The opposition in Egypt wants to topple the state. Those who caused headache to us by calling for the fall of the rule of the army in the past, call now for military coup against the legitimacy. They do not know that the people will not allow them to do so ever.

  • فيكتور سلامة

    2013-3-19

    I have a suggestion to President Muhammad Mursi. Why he does not resign from the presidency and appoint the Murshid in his place as long as he complies with his orders and directions in everything? Mursi cannot sign a paper without the knowledge of the Murshid. What is the job of Mursi as long as the Murshid has been the real president of Egypt? He should relieve himself and make the people face to face with the Murshid. I am sure that the speech of Mursi was made on orders of the Murshid, and I am sure of this.

  • سلطان برجس

    2013-3-19

    I swear Mr. President that you should be thanked, because you are very concerned with what happens in the state and you travel here and there to find a better future for Egypt. You have never forgotten the victims of Port Said and their rights. You have also promised their families that their children’s rights will not be wasted and you extended your deep condolences to them. Do not listen to those who want to insult you or reject you, because you are a blessed man, and no one would appreciate you other than us.

  • وعد عبد الوهاب

    2013-3-19

    O people of Port Said, I appeal to you in the name of all the honorable and magnanimous Egyptians to extinguish the fire of turbulence. What happened has happened and president promised you that anyone who has a right would get it after the investigations. Hence, be patient and seek God’s reward. Be optimistic and expect many good things in the near future. All the souls that were killed and the martyrs who have fallen on the land of Egypt would be a price for our freedom and the freedom of our children and grandchildren. Respond to all the devils and say to them that you are the children of Egypt, that Egypt calls you, and that you will respond to it.

  • كاظم شبيب

    2013-3-19

    The situation in Egypt and the rest of the Arab Spring states looks like the story of the Companions of the Cave. Zeidan considered that we live in the time of the Autumn Coup. The fate of the Islamists‎ who climbed over the shoulders of the revolutions of the Arab Spring will be terrible.

  • إحسان بهية

    2013-3-19

    Do you not think that all this invalidates all the claims that accuse the patient and believing president of silence and lack of contact with the people? What do you want from him O virtuous media professional? Do you want him to go out in the streets and sit in the popular coffee shops to speak with the people, or make useless speeches that only seek to agitate the people with sick souls? Stop tampering with the future of the country. Stop spreading lies and instigating the great Egyptian army to confront the Islamists‎ in Egypt, Palestine and even in all the Muslim world. What if the president imposed the state of emergency and banned all the gatherings irrespective of the number? What if he used the iron fist against the saboteurs who look to spread fear among the people? We know in advance that you will weep and scream, accusing him of aggression and suppression. You will not be ever satisfied. May the cowards be deprived of sleep!

  • حمزة قاسم

    2013-3-18

    In Suez, Dr. Abdullah Abd Al-Hamid, the Salafist scholar and professor at Al-Azhar University, said that the swarm of locusts that attacked Egypt are among the soldiers of God, as Allah The Exalted Says (what means): {So We sent against them the flood and the locusts and the vermin and the frogs and the blood - a succession of clear signs. But they were arrogant and became a guilty folk.} When God sent the locusts against the people of pharaoh, they ate their doors and nails. God sends the locusts to test the people and neither the army nor the police can confront them. However, some Muslims came in the newspapers to say, “They defeated the locusts” rather than saying, “They resisted the locusts”. It seems like a sign of impoliteness with God, by claiming that they defeated his solders.

  • عبد الرحمن الشهرى

    2013-3-18

    The aggression of the presidency and the Muslim Brotherhood against the judicial authority and appointment of a general prosecutor who is a member of the Muslim Brotherhood. Can anyone negotiate over the national security issues of Egypt?

  • عبد اللطيف الصقر

    2013-3-18

    A videotaped scandal, the, “men of the Muslim Brotherhood” slap a “girl” on her cheek in front of the group’s headquarters. She fell down because of the strength of the slap. ”Manhood has many faces”, some people may see it as “insults”, others may see it “fights and impoliteness”, a third sees it as “smoking cigarettes since the early childhood”, but the “men of the Muslim Brotherhood” have another meaning of manhood. It is “beating the girls” and slapping them in front of the headquarter of the group in Al-Muqattam area. The astonishing thing is not the assault or the clash, but it is that one of the “men of the Muslim Brotherhood” showed off his bravery to a girl and slapped her on her face knocking her down.

  • حامد الشبراوى

    2013-3-18

    The train accidents in the time of Mubarak were a crime and Mubarak is responsible for them, but under the rule of Mursi, they say, “Was he the train’s driver?” The presidential convoys at the time of Mubarak were considered as extravagancy that wastes the money of the people and stops their interests. However, at the time of Mursi, it is greatness and good for the prestige of Egypt. Forgery of the elections at the time of Mubarak was prohibited and unjust, but the forgery under the rule of Mursi is lawful, O enemies of Allah. The demonstrations, strikes, and sit-ins during the time of Mubarak were a form of democracy and freedom, but under the rule of Mursi they are thuggery and vandalism. They hanged banners in all streets calling for boycotting US goods, but the Murshid goes to an American restaurant to eat there.

  • سمير المرسى

    2013-3-17

    O, Mr. Leader, strike while the iron is hot, because it is useless if it cools down… Those wretches are programmed and driven from abroad, and they are waiting for the opportunity to burn the country… They must be eradicated from the streets of Egypt quickly and decisively, and they must be removed to camps where they are rehabilitated and re-educated… May God support you and your soldiers in this mission, and protect Egypt and her loyal youth from all evils.

  • دينا محمد

    2013-3-17

    Where are we going, Morsi? I think what is happening is not normal and illogical, and no true Egyptians who love Egypt can do it. I think it is time for you to step down now, so that we can run our life and interests and so the country can survive; this is enough. The builder of Egypt was originally a confectioner, but the one who ruined Egypt is originally a member of the Brotherhood. Be strong with your miserable guide and leave; retribution, retribution, retribution!

  • الهام مطر

    2013-3-17

    The Army enjoys the credibility and respect of a very large percentage of the people. Even those who once shouted “Down with the military” didn't have enough experience with the democratic tradition, and the practical application of these experiences differs from reading about it in theory. Therefore, the military forces must be present on the security scene for a specific period with a professional scheme, until they put an end to this status of insecurity. The police will become stronger and will be redeemed on the basis of respecting human rights, because withdrawing the police from Port Said will encourage other governorates to ask for the same withdrawal. This is very dangerous, and it was not on account of the person who advised the president to offer this proposition for solving the security crisis, as happened before, and advised people to ignore the judiciary verdicts… If the president once feared the invitation of the army to engage in a national dialogue, today they are forced to do it, in order to keep security and to maintain the political scene. Therefore, they must correct all these mistakes as quickly as they can, by asking the military forces to sponsor true interests among all sides in the disagreements about the Constitution, the constitutional declaration, the law of elections and forming a “professional” government to set a clear plan for the future and the way to implement it.

  • على عمران

    2013-3-17

    In all honesty, Egypt is primarily undergoing an ethical, moral crisis, rather than an economic one. As it has been said, nations are built upon morals, and if their morals are gone, they are gone. You must realize that patience in disasters is rewarded by God, and God will not waste Egypt with its good, faithful people. God will not waste us as long as work is done sincerely in order to get through the fruitless legacy of corruption and darkness which we inherited, as well as the legacy of hypocrites and envious people. You must know that barking dogs don't hinder the clouds.

  • عبد الله راجح

    2013-3-17

    I pay tribute to our dear President Mohamed Morsi for his efforts to comfort the people. Despite his great concerns with various issues, he is traveling from one region to another to serve the interests of the people in all Governorates. Indeed, he is doing his best to serve the various regions on equal footing. The Egyptian people had never expected to experience such prosperity. However, the events in Port Said showed that the corrupt are still at large. Still worsen, they are ready to commit any crime to disintegrate the Egyptian people. Thankfully, the fair judiciary resolved the crisis. The President Mohamed Morsi has visited the families of the victims in Port Said to extend his condolences. In fact, he fulfilled the inevitable duty. The Egyptian people are supplicating Allah Almighty to help the President serve the interests of the Egyptian people. We also pray Allah to bless the Egyptian people who are expecting the President and the current Government to reconstruct their country.

  • عبد العزيز مساعد

    2013-3-17

    In the name of Allah the Compassionate, the Merciful, the perpetrator who caused the massacre of Port Said has not been sentenced yet. In fact, the major fans of Al Ahly know the offender and why they carried the damned slate and who paid for the appearance of secondhand clothes on the men’s slate. If you ask the major fan, you could reach the truth and the hidden parties of this major fan and his followers.

  • محمد الحربى

    2013-3-17

    Is it reasonable that they want the military rule once again? These are the ones who come out individually and collectively to meet the whoop of the crows of media, led by Al Ouksh in order to support the military rule and then to uphold fugitive Ahmed Shafiq as a President of the Republic. In fact, when these people have accepted democracy and ballot boxes have not favored the faithful magician Ahmed Shafiq as a President to the Republic, rancor and hatred have erupted from their hearts and they came out like snakes calling for the rule of the Military. What is this? Where are the wise men? Where are the principles? There are no principles but I would like to remind them hoping that they will benefit since Allah the Almighty said: (Now, as to the foam, it goes away as rubbish, but as to that which benefits men, it stays on the earth). They should also know that (the earth is Allah’s; He gives it as a heritage to whomsoever He pleases) and that the hands of the clock will never return. These people should also be aware that we possess legitimacy and not them… (And the wrongdoers will soon know to what place of return they shall return).

  • محمود الشمرى

    2013-3-17

    President Morsi delivered a speech on January 25, 2011 to the Police in which he claimed that he sympathizes with them. I wonder who broke into the prisons, attacked the Police, burnt the police stations, humiliated the Police and urged them to withdraw and disappeared completely after the assault against them. This is really strange, as if he is talking to absent-minded people.

  • وعد عبد الوهاب

    2013-3-17

    Mr. President you have failed in everything and all of your promises were broken because you don’t listen to your people, you listen only to the guidance office and Al Shater, they are inexperienced and inefficient and all that matters to them is empowerment and acquisitions and unfortunately they sabotaged the country economically, politically, and its security, the country is lost and the blame is on the president who’s doing nothing to stop the killing, the problem is politics and the Brotherhood is behind the brake of the Ministry of Interior because the current minister decided to listen to the guidance office due to his lack of experience and weakness, Mr. President if you have nothing ask the army to intervene.

  • محمد ثامر

    2013-3-17

    What is happening in Egypt is a real masquerade and President Morsi needs to be firm with people like those and hit them hard because they don’t understand any other language but violence stop talking about revolution and revolutionary people what is happening is mere clowning and kids’ games. The country is in danger and a bunch of homeless thugs are calling for a revolution because they found no one to stand in their face. Be firm Morsi and hit them, being good with them won’t help.

  • منار سليمان

    2013-3-17

    I used to respect Morsi but softness doesn’t work. Omar Ibn El Khattab was strong and was able to conquer the world. In such circumstances those who burned these offices should be executed. The people of Port Said are brave against the enemies, not against each other, and didn’t steal like the criminals and thugs of Cairo. May god be with Egypt. Al Saied people are honest and also the people of Port Said are honest. We respect and love you very much.

  • مروان إبراهيم

    2013-3-17

    The President won 51% of the votes which means that about half of the people did not elect him. However, we should accept the democratic mechanisms, Sirs. It is recognized that half of the people have not been satisfied with him since the beginning. But, does it mean that they should demonstrate in streets and affect the national interests? Unfortunately, it is clear that we are far still from being civilized people. Meanwhile, only God could save Egypt from the Egyptians themselves. They insist on the being like "the bear which killed its owner, believing it is saving his life".

  • سليمان عثمان

    2013-3-17

    Although, Sohag was one of the few Governorates where Morsi won 60% of the votes in the Presidential election and 80% voted for the new Constitution in the referendum. The people there are protesting now against the rule of the Muslim Brotherhood. Today, they raise their voices to say no to the “traders of religion”. Port Said is no longer the only Governorate to refuse the visits of Morsi. Those who try to fool us are in fact naive! Those who deal with us as if we were minors are actually a minor! Those who deal with us as if we were second-class citizens are actually...! Had I known that the revolution would lead to your succession to the presidency, I would not have come out of my house to protest! What is the difference between today and yesterday? Nothing, both are miserable.

  • فراس كاسر

    2013-3-17

    The condolences of the President Mohamed Morsi came too late. Only the heartless could bear the scene of the massacre against the youth of his own country without issuing a single statement of condemnation. Morsi did not bother to attend the funeral of the victims. He did not either shed tears upon the killing of those young people in Port Said. Today, he denounces everything. Therefore, he is not fit to be the father of all Egyptians. In fact, we need a Head of State that we could identify with. I really do not see any advantage in electing this guy. The people of Port Said were really saddened by the recent events in the Governorate. Ironically, the Presidents of the foreign countries issued statements of condemnation and condolences but Morsi took quite a long time to do so. He was very hesitant, too. The reaction of the Egyptian President was too late and too little. I wanted to tell him that he is not fit to be the President of this nation. We do not want him.

  • فارس معتـز

    2013-3-17

    Morsi’s today visit to Sohag was intended to show off his popularity before the national and the international communities, after the events in the other Governorates. However, the protests had crept into Sohag, the most important stronghold of the Brotherhood. Indeed, the largest majority of votes that the Brotherhood and the Islamic group had ever won were in Sohag. Nevertheless, the visit failed and the Popular Congress scheduled in the Stadium Sohag was cancelled, along with his visit to the University. His visit was marred by overwhelming public dissatisfaction… The former leaders of the National Party defended him.... The fact that the remnants of the National Party defended Morsi which enabled them to be ranked the first in the repealed Popular Congress proved that the Brotherhood does not make part of the Revolution.

  • طلال ما هر

    2013-3-17

    His visit was marred by overwhelming public dissatisfaction… The former leaders of the National Party defended him.... The fact that the remnants of the National Party defended Morsi which enabled them to be ranked the first in the repealed Popular Congress proved that the Brotherhood does not make part of the Revolution.

  • شادي قصي

    2013-3-17

    Frankly speaking, Egyptians have really exaggerated a bit. What tolerance, freedom and democracy are they talking about? This is the top of backwardness. Mubarak has left but nothing seems to comfort you. It is really a farce since you are carrying out demonstrations every day. You will die while you are still in demonstrations.

  • راشد معاذ

    2013-3-17

    A martyr has covered his soul with silk as a present to the country. An oppressed prisoner who is calling for freedom and never knelt for a jailor. Ahmed or Mina are all Egyptians who have only one God and dream. They are ready to be offerings so that their country will live. An era which has ended and your right will never be lost. You are in minds and hearts. How we will forget you while you are the most precious youth? You have taught the coward how he could become brave. You have fought the icons of oppression through a song and tunes. The more the jailor’s oppression and treachery increases, he is cowardly in front of your voice.

  • حبيب نايف

    2013-3-17

    The Commander in Chief of the Army is Morsi who is the State’s legitimate President. Morsi is much better than the military because he is stronger and firmer against criminals, thugs and the outlaws ... It is really surprising that Hosni Mubarak had been the Head of the State throughout thirty years where we did not hear about any significant opposition. Hallelujah! (God made the Sultan more powerful than the Quran). In the beginning of his term, Morsi was so negligent that he paved the way for the people with evil intentions. In fact, Egyptians are fully aware of the nature of those people. However, people tend to prefer the strong because they are capable of maintaining security. God is All-knowing. God bless our Prophet Muhammad, His family and His companions.

  • باسل جمال

    2013-3-17

    Of course, there must be violence, because those who died are Egyptians and they have families. Is it necessary to kill some members of the family of the killer to restore their rights? Where is our right? They policemen killed us in Port Said. The Egyptian police received orders to kill the people of Port Said and we will not leave them or the revenge of Port Said. If the president said that he wants to come to Port Said, then we do not need him. He wants to reconcile with us today because of the Suez Canal, which is the source of income of the Muslim Brothers. He did not even extend his condolences to the families of the martyrs. He said that he will treat us violently and used his finger to frighten us. We do not need reconciliation or anything. We only need the right of the people who died. After that, we can negotiate. We have warned you!

  • احمد الشناوى

    2013-3-17

    Both the army and the police are charged with the protection of the souls and the properties of the state. In such cases, the mission of maintaining peace should be assigned to the armed forces, because they are more aware of dealing with these missions. The youth of the group are ordinary citizens and they are civilians, i.e. they have no relationship with the maintenance of security. Will they be more trustworthy than the armed forces? I swear that this is not right, but all these statements came as test balloons to see whether the Egyptian people would remain silent in the face of these behaviors on the part of the Muslim Brotherhood or not. If this was accepted, then they will establish their own army and police tomorrow from their youth. They will infiltrate the army and all organizations and make their cadres control the higher offices and monopolize the leading positions in order to continue in power. If this happened, we will see the favoritism and the officials' positions in the state will be limited to their members. Those Islamists‎ crave authority and the important question is that: do they do this to serve the religion of Islam? Why do they not apply Islamic sharia to end the conflict? We ask God to protect you from the corruption and the commercials bargains.

  • عمار المنفلوطى

    2013-3-17

    Whoever knows Port Said and how this crisis was planned, would realize that Mursi managed it well and all his decisions were timely since the beginning of the crisis until today and that this would be added to his historic credit. As of those who say that that the president wants to restore the free commercial Zone that witnesses smuggling and fake importation cards, they are intruders to the city and the cause of the thuggery there. The people of Port Said demand their rights calmly.

  • ميريهان مجدى

    2013-3-17

    That Egypt witnesses a state of the political and economic curettage, referring to the fact that the Egyptians have lived under the former regime through a stage of massive curettage that scattered the capabilities of the Egyptian people. However, the Egyptians revolted. The new regime tries to repeat the same old scenario and seeks to target a group of the people, i.e. the businessmen to submit or be expelled outside their homeland.

  • سمر مرسى

    2013-3-16

    The people of Port Said love making a living and working hard. When the residents of Port Said go to their work, they say, “We rely on God and we ask our Sustainer to provide for us”. O people of Port Said, who would benefit from this condition of yours? Egypt loves you and you love Egypt. Do not respond to the corrupt people and those who want to destroy it.

  • نبيلة عبد العال

    2013-3-16

    O people of Port Said, I appeal to you in the name of all the honorable and magnanimous Egyptians to extinguish the fire of turbulences. What happened has happened and president promised you that anyone who has a right would get it after the investigations. Hence, be patient and seek God’s reward. Be optimistic and expect many good things in the near future. All the souls that were killed and the martyrs who have fallen on the land of Egypt would be a price for our freedom and the freedom of our children and grandchildren. Respond to all the devils and say to them that you are the children of Egypt, that Egypt calls you, and that you will respond to it.

  • ماجد المصرى

    2013-3-16

    I hope that the National Salvation Front would not bother itself and issue a statement every couple of days because the consent of the statement is known even before issuing it. They should not trouble us, as it became known that they want to withdraw and boycott and this is all what it wants to do. All what they want is to crow its leaders together on the TV screens at the stage like the popular weddings in the villages. I am not convinced with the Muslim Brotherhood and let them go to hell with the Front.

  • حامد فوزي

    2013-3-16

    Port Said has all of our respect, but they must look into their hearts, because Port Said must always have a real role in benefiting the country, not in fighting against it. I don’t see a planned case like the one which is going to set Port Said apart from all of Egypt, with the full blame on any individual who assaults any Egyptian institution. This means that Egypt could fall, and whoever loves Egypt must preserve it and its institutions. The weird thing is seeing people waiting outside for the judge’s verdict and putting a difficult pressure on all of the country’s institutions, like if they don’t like the verdict, the country could catch fire. I honestly think that if Port Said was mistaken in its civil disorder, we should blame the Ultras for these actions, and we can’t let it be. Dear sports fans and people of Port Said, Egypt’s value is much higher than this, and we have to understand that.

  • عبد المجيد حازم

    2013-3-16

    It’s weird that the Muslim Brotherhood never learns from the mistakes of others, and they don’t want to. Seventy years ago, the Soviets tried to spread totalitarian communist ideology, to break into the cultures of communities and individuals desperately, to infuse them with what was known as Soviet culture; but they failed and the communist idea died ideologically and realistically. And still the Brotherhood keeps going with the same thinking and the same way. You won’t be able to find anything good that has been achieved, either for them or for others, for more than eighty years. When a true, courageous leader fails to achieve people’s ambitions and to see light on the far horizon, he quits of his own free will, and the people will respect him and his name will be written in history.

  • حامد اللميع

    2013-3-16

    These people won’t calm down unless they get a tough dictator to tell them what to do. You can read history from the Pharaohs until now, and the only time when the people became a bunch of thugs was when they got a Muslim president with foreign funding.

  • محمد عبد الله

    2013-3-16

    The first president to appeal a court ruling is Morsi, who lost his legitimacy and asks us to respect the law. What should you do with the law when you want people to respect it? Start with yourself. Really, the Brotherhood phenomenon is strange and has a terrible case of schizophrenia.

  • فهد مصعب

    2013-3-16

    These groups seek nothing but power, and then they exclude all the opposition and don’t care about the consequences. We can take the ample example of Iran, Sudan and Gaza.

  • زياد مشاري

    2013-3-16

    The Police officers confirmed that their return to work came in response to the declarations of the religious currents to perform the role of the Police. Of course, such intentions pose a great danger on the position of both the Police and the community. The officers said that they will never allow the party to execute the law and show off their influence. The mistreatment of the Police was partly the cause of the Revolution. Today, the Police officers are joining the sit-inners as if they were rebels. It seems that they ignore the fact that their mistreatment and contempt of the Egyptian people led to the eruption of the Revolution. As soon as they heard about the composition of the popular committees, they rushed to work for fear of dismissal. They feared that the authorities might recruit the unemployed from law and commerce graduates who are waiting for an opportunity to join the Police. Even in developed countries, we have never heard about the disobedience of the Police. Still worse, they gathered to protest and refused the orders. We doubt that they are receiving money from the remnants of the former regime to topple the new President. This will not happen, God willing. They plot against God, but God is the best of planners.

  • سطام ناصر

    2013-3-16

    Qandil is in Juba and Ketatby is in Omdurman. Jolly good! Of course, the visit to Juba is meant to solve the problem of the Nile water. The Nile does not belong to southern Sudan only. It is shared by many African countries. Thus, the bilateral discussions about the water issue between South Sudan and Egypt are pointless as there are many states involved and who have already ratified an agreement concerning the water. Therefore, Egypt must abide by the provisions of the convention. Enough nonsense! Yesterday, the Sudanese Minister of Investment said in an interview broadcast on an Egyptian channel that Sudan supports Egypt in the water issue, without reservations. As for us, the people of the South we never negotiate.

  • حبيب نايف

    2013-3-16

    I feel that Port Said has been oppressed in the past, particularly during the era of Mubarak, in addition to the injustice which they are witnessing in their football matches versus Al-Ahly which was considered as the sport consort of the National Party in the era of the ousted president.

  • جهاد يزيد

    2013-3-16

    How arrogant the People of Port Said are! The President of Egypt has come to them and they have refused to meet him! I really doubt the credibility of the news. All Egyptians must obey the orders of the President as obedience to the commands of Allah: (Obey Allah, the Messenger and your rulers).

  • امل عثمان

    2013-3-16

    The speech of President Morsi to the people of Port Said is empty and full of slogans. In fact, he moved away from the demands of the people there. President Morsi has underestimated the people twice. The first was when he ignored their crisis since its beginning for one month and another time when he has not apologized directly to the Province.