Monday, September 19, 2005

“Carnival of Revolutions with Commoner Sense

Just more commoner sense to the “Carnival of Revolutions”.

"Round the world in twenty-two steps. Here's this week's collection of developments in democracy, rights, and the revolutions that carry them forward. As always, we've got some progress, some regress, and some that are just a mess". Thanks and Good Job Tompain.


At 8:02 AM, Anonymous A7mad said...

Your "Pursuing the Syrian Dream" post is interesting, but Botrous Ghali was NOT with Sadat watching the parade at the time. He didn't attend that parade at all and was in Alexandria at the time. This is a well known historic fact that he himself talked about many times in recent interviews.
Thank you.

At 8:14 AM, Blogger Freedom for Egyptians said...

I wasn't there myself to verify but i got my infotmation from reliable sources on the internet. May be I need to check more.

But this is so interesting to me, and leads me to question why there are these conflicting reports on this guy?? Thanks for bringing it up.

At 9:40 AM, Anonymous A7mad said...

It is WELL-known that he was not there at the time, and u should question the credibility of the sources who say he was there.
U can refer to his own written book, Aljazeera's interviews with him, as well as other news archives..credible ones. : )

At 12:11 PM, Blogger Freedom for Egyptians said...

I believe you Ya Ahmad and thanks for correcting me. I appreciate it

At 1:33 PM, Anonymous A7mad said...

Thank you, but if u r truly convinced u should correct it in ur previous post so ur credibility is not affected. I like this blog and I am sure many people read it regularly so it's ur responsibility to ur readers that u don't misinform them. : )

At 1:35 PM, Anonymous A7mad said...

And of course feel free to delete my comments if u decide to correct the original post.
Thanks : )


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