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Anti-govt. demos held in Egypt

Press TV – April 21, 2010
Egyptian activists shout anti-government slogans and hold posters that read in Arabic: “shoot us”.

Dozens of anti-government protesters have taken to the streets of the Egyptian capital Cairo to demand more political freedom.

The demonstrators slammed calls by politicians and officials loyal to President Hosni Mubarak to use force against anti-government protesters. They also called for an end to emergency rule that allows indefinite detentions of people under the pretext of national security.

A lawmaker earlier questioned the Interior Ministry for being soft on the protesters. He said anti-government protesters should be shot.

Amnesty International has condemned the MP’s outrageous remarks, saying that it was “a clear incitement to excessive force and potentially unlawful killing of protesters.”

Mubarak has been the President of Egypt since 1981.

April 21, 2010 - Posted by | Civil Liberties

1 Comment

  1. Last 2 days Cairo has been heavily bombarded with dense chemtrails starting with high altitude planes flying in straight lines across the entire sky to create a grid that spreads withing 20 minutes into a grey blanket of sludge.

    We have been told that the its “volcanic dust”. The sheeple are satisfied with that explanation. Hard evidence shows it being created from aerosol spraying.

    There is more than one way to silence the masses I suppose.

    Comment by sandcat | April 21, 2010

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