Yes a thousand times to protest law despite the relentless campaign against it by some so-called political activists who became a real burden for the Egyptian revolution. Some of those activists were used by the Muslim Brotherhood and other international organizations to create some mess in Egypt. Thus, the state should not give them great concern or listen to them. One of those enemies of the revolution is the founder of the April ..
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I may have personal remarks on the protest law, but fortunately I am not an official in the current ministry. That is why it astonishes me when an official in the government, whether a deputy Prime MiDr. Ihab Al Azazi
The political scene in Egypt is full of what I call "political prostitution" as everybody is trading on Egypt and doing their best to use it, or else to destroy it. It’s all about being in power even on the dead bodies of the poor as well
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Have Morsi supporters been blind to what Morsi DID do in power for the past year? This is not about taking sides, it's about looking at actual facts. Morsi did not achieve any promises he made, and the most upsetting REALITY is the moment Morsi took power, he promised to listen to the voice of the p