Wednesday, September 14, 2005

Egypt's Minister of Culture is Given the Sack over Bani Suef Inferno

Egypt's minister of culture finally resigned or asked to resign under pressure. He should have shot himself dead after what had happened on Sept 5 in Bani Suef, south Cairo. It is SHAMEFUL SHAMEFUL SHAMEFUL! There is no freedom without human dignity.

That was this minister's statement upon his resignation:" "I felt that I have caused some embarrassment to the regime that I respect very much (so) I presented my resignation to President Mubarak and I bear the political responsibility." You did not cause embarrassment, YOUR ARE A KILLER....The world has be to reminded that Egyptians are living under oppressive regime with no accountability.

Mr- ex-minister, I think you need to be brought to court. You ministry must be subject to strict auditing to tell us how did you kill more than 40 Egyptians because you did not spend the money on ensuring their safety. We need to know where did you spend the money? Where was the money that was supposed to be spent on the theaters' safety and could have saved our innocent people.

YOUR ARE KILLER, AND YOU MUST BE BROUGHT TO JUSTICE...YOUR RESIGNATION MEANS NOTHING ....WE NEED JUSTICE....JUSTICE.....Let the world see the real face of the Egyptian regime....a group of killers.

Your resignation will not bring back our beloveds we lost, justice will bring us hope that this will never happen again!!

Quick question, what about the Minister of the Interior? Public safety is his responsibility!!

Visit this link, dedicated to the victims of September 5th in Bani Suef. A call for solidarity on Sept 16 at the Press Syndicate in Cairo at 8 PM. Here are the names of the victims who will never be forgotten.


At 3:04 AM, Blogger ritzy said...

inflammatory speach, to say the least!

my take in a minute,

/ ritzy

At 8:31 PM, Blogger Egyptian Person said...

There are at least 3 ministries that are directly involved in what happened: Culture (emergency exits - the location belonged to them), Interior (fire, security), and Health (failure to deal with the situation in local hospitals).

At 9:09 AM, Blogger Freedom for Egyptians said...

You are right ritzy, it is inflammatory. When it involves innocent human lives, I cannot be enjoying this apathy that many do.

I agree egyptian person that the minister of health is involved. I would rather have mentioned the government, because the minstry of social affairs must be involved to release insurance,pensions and compensations which god knows when.

We have an indifferent government towards the suffereings of the people.


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