Sunday, December 18, 2005

Regime is Killing Egyptian Opposition Politician Ayman Nour

Opposition Leader’s wife, Gamela Ismail, said today that opposition politician Ayman Nour was taken to a prison hospital after his health deteriorated on the eighth day of a hunger strike in protest at being detained on forgery charges.

“Nour, a runner up in September's presidential election, is a diabetic and doctors said the hunger strike could lead to a coma and eventually death as his blood becomes more acidic, compromising his vital organs.”

“Ismail said doctors were insisting they correct the imbalance in Nour's blood with fluids administered intravenously. She said he intended to continue to refuse to eat, but is considering the fluid replacement.”

This is the destiny of many people who declare their opposition to the regime. Most of the so-called opposition parties and the Muslim Brotherhood have done deals with the regime so they are immune.


At 12:38 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Poor Noor! or maybe poor Mubarak!!! You seem to have a problem with the Muslim Brotherhood! You and I and everybody knows that there are a lot(more than 600) still in prison for doing nothing! and few days ago they denied El Aryan to fly out of Cairo!
What Deal???!!! Why are you lying? and for what?

At 10:32 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

I agree with anon...The Muslim Brotherhood - which I do not agree with most of what they preach - did pay and are still paying a big price. Dr. Essam was in jail 6 months ago. I am a liberal but I do not agree of arrestong any humanbing even if he/she is from the Muslim Brotherhood! and the "DEAL" you mentioned between them and the regime is a naive proposition!


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