Sunday 18 December 2011


An Egyptian protester takes a break during clashes with security forces in Cairo on December 17, 2011 as violence raged in the administrative heart of the capital with troops and police deploying in force after clashes with protesters against military rule killed at least nine people.

   “Anyone who isn’t confused really doesn’t understand the situation.”
Dr. Ashraf Ezzat
December 17, 2011
Egyptian demonstrators rebuild their protest tents which were dismantled by security forces in Cairo's Tahrir Square on December 17, 2011. 

A masked protester throws a gas canister towards Egyptian riot police, not seen, near the interior ministry during clashes in downtown Cairo, Egypt, on December 17, 2011. (AP Photo/Tara Todras-Whitehill)

Soldiers have stormed an anti-government protest camp in Cairo …Mubarak says he will not run for another term as president … violent clashes have killed at least seven people and injured more than 150 others- and still counting …Tahrir square is packed with millions of Egyptians

Tahrir square saga

…Protesters set cars alight and threw stones at military police in the Egyptian capital …what inspiring scenes we are getting here from Tahrir square … a wounded activist said that he had been arrested and beaten by soldiers at a sit-in near the parliamentary building earlier… the United States calls for a peaceful transition of power in Egypt 

 An Egyptian demonstrator runs with an injured child during clashes
with security forces on December 17, 2011.

… the military attacked protesters who have been camping outside the Cabinet headquarters in Cairo for the past three weeks, protesting against the newly appointed prime minister who served under Mubarak … Mubarak has stepped down after 18 days of huge protests … 

The renewed fighting in Cairo on Saturday came as Egypt's health ministry reported nine people were killed and more than 350 others injured since Friday when soldiers stormed an anti-military protest camp outside the parliament building, a short distance from Tahrir.

The troops responded by firing shots in the air and using water cannon, before throwing stones back at the protesters from the roof of the nearby parliament building … Egypt military council pledges to protect the revolution and hand over power to a civilian government in six months

Egypt military abducting dissidents who had to be dragged out of Tahrir sqaure

…This sit-in has been going on for weeks in protest against the military…Two churches set on fire and 27 killed by the military violent crackdown on thousands of protesters in Maspero, downtown Cairo… PM in press conference denies army attacked Egypt’s Occupy Cabinet

… Sounds of gunfire can be heard near the cabinet building. Protesters retreated. Some are falling from rubber bullet injuries. Men on motorcycles are rushing to carry the wounded to field hospitals

Activists chased out of Tahrir square

… It is happening in Israel. Italy, Spain, Yemen and the United States, it is World Wide Tahrir Square movement now … Protesters in Qasr al-Aini Street chant, “Kill Khaled and kill Mina, each of your bullets make us stronger.” They refer to Khaled Saeed, who was tortured to death by policemen last year …Egypt elections results show Islamists are winning … 
Egyptian army soldiers arrest a woman protester during clashes with military police near Cairo's downtown Tahrir Square, Friday, Dec. 16, 2011. Activists say the clashes began after soldiers severely beat a young man who was part of a sit-in outside the Cabinet building. (AP Photo/Str)

Egypt government will keep its promise not to use violence against protesters … Egypt’s Prime Minister says fighting since Friday between protesters and soldiers is an attack on the country’s revolution … 

Egypt’s Military Police sets Tahrir Square ablaze and forcefully pushes away protesters demonstrating outside the Cabinet on the first anniversary of the Arab spring …Egypt’s Prime Minister says fighting since Friday between protesters and soldiers is an attack on the country’s revolution… The army used live ammunition to disperse Tahrir protesters … Egypt PM described the demonstrators in front of Cabinet as “not the revolution’s youth.”

Tahrir square on fire

“restoring lost dignity and total regime change is what this revolution is all about” a political activist said…Minutes later, a full offensive was waged on the protesters, pushing them away from the cabinet and clearing and burning Tahrir Square …Israel eyeing reoccupaion of Sinai  

People pray in front of the coffin of Emad Effat, a senior official of Egypt's Dar al-Iftah who died in recent clashes, during his funeral at Al Azhar in Cairo December 17, 2011. Effat's wife Nashwa Abel-Fattah, told Reuters he died from a gunshot wound.

… a massacre is taking place in Tahrir square right now …a deal has been struck between the Muslim brothers and the military council behind closed doors … Groups of soldiers roaming square, Some people getting beaten randomly … Tents burning … Tahrir looks like a war zone … “we lost the square” one activist tweeted… president Mubarak is due to make a speech any minute now.

A revolution hijacked and raped. This picture is especially vile. 
One laughing, one stomping, one pulling up the woman's abayah.


  1. Hey Noor,...Egypt doesn't require intervention or sanctions, yet Syria does? That last pic not only offends me, it makes we want to go down to the local synagogue of satan and KICK SOME YIDDISH ASS!


  2. I hear you loud and clear about the intervention and sanctions. We know by now that America only intervenes when things are NOT as they want it and the complete destabilization of Egypt for sake of oncoming war is just what the buzztards of Israel and America want.

    Destabilization is the name of the game and they play it from both sides of the struggles that they have created in the first place.

    What you see in Egypt is exactly what they want to see in Syria and in both cases they play behind the scenes to bring it about.

    Israel wants the Sinai back and part of the Greater Israel that means part of Egypt as well. How else they gonna get it? Installing the repulsive Brotherhood whom the people do NOT want so that they can further create the "clash of civilizations".

  3. Oh and yes, that last shot really repulsed me almost as much as some of the bloody atrocities of Cast Lead because it showed the filth of the military at its finest.

    You KNOW they were publicly stripping her to humiliate her whilst getting their dirty jollies. The one about to stomp her, well... there is nothing to be said.... All I thought was... these guys must have learned their ways from the IDF....

  4. Gloire à Dieu Tout-Puissant

    Glory to God Almighty

    Allah subhanahu wa ta’ala

    May Almighty God, Dieu Tout-Puissant, Allah azza wa jal, strike down the terrorists who are all of the Freemasonic elite in the halls of power. May Almighty God fortify His people with courage and His Truth and free us all from bondage.


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