Saturday, June 25, 2005

Kefaya in Seoul in Solidarity with Egyptians

The world is standing with Egyptians who have dignity and honor. Dictators have no place in the world and will never have. The world understands the language of dignity and human rights NOT brutality, crackdown on civilians, fraudulent elections, and not a club of hired ignorant mercenaries around an unrepresented family of four freeloaders.

On 9 June, 2005, 11:00am, a diverse group of anti-war and human rights activists gathered in front of the Egytian Embassy in Seoul to demonstrate against Egyptian dictator Hosni Mubarak.

Peoples of the world are like the human body. A part can feel the pains when a part is suffering..


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At 11:52 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

This posting reminds me of the now historic call for 'proletarians in the world to unite'. Today's world, which is almost relinquished from Communism, witnessed the first call for solidarity for democracy on an increasingly global scale. When will the call be itself be 'enough'?


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