Skip to comments.'Thugs' attack Islamists outside Egypt's D.M.
Posted on 05/02/2012 4:42:47 PM PDT by Milagros
'Thugs' attack Islamists outside Egypt's Defense Ministry, killing 11 By NANCY A. YOUSSEF AND AMINA ISMAIL McClatchy Newspapers CAIRO -- In the deadliest outbreak of violence in weeks, at least 11 protesters were killed and at least 150 wounded early Wednesday outside the Defense Ministry in Cairo in clashes with civilian attackers, putting Egypt's presidential election and already-fragile democratic transition in further turmoil. Several Islamist presidential candidates announced Wednesday that they were suspending their campaigns - some for 48 hours and some indefinitely - in response to the violence and the military-run government's apparent unwillingness to stop it. Officials also canceled the first presidential debate, which had been scheduled for Thursday. Egypt's presidential election is May 23-24
(Ismail is a McClatchy Newspapers special correspondent. Special correspondent Mohannad Sabry contributed to this report.)
How dare you call anti-Islamists anti-Totalitarianists anti-Muslim-brotherhood as "thugs," what are the MB in your opinion? What are these Islanists thugs that call to eliminate Christians and Jews? "modearae good-guys," in your opinion? Do you or do you not know Slafists' hatred latest calls? Do you not know what Muslim Brothreood 'most important' "spiritial" leader Al-Qaradawi preaches the dehumainazation of non-Muslims as 'apes and pigs'?
My kind of “Thugs”
We will know the tide is turning when radical imams start appearing on lamp posts.
Please click the link.
The Republic you save may be your own.
Except for the 10% of people in Egypt (i.e. the REAL Egyptians) who are Coptic Orthodox Christians.
Except it seems that some of them, maybe a lot of them, don't want it.
Which is good news.
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