Growing tension between the Egyptian regime and the Judges....
Universal Declaration of Human Rights-Article 1.
"All human beings are born free and equal in dignity and rights.They are endowed with reason and conscience and should act towards one another in a spirit of brotherhood."
Support Our Free Honorable Egyptian Judges
I am proud to be an Egyptian because there are other free Egyptians who do not want to resign to slavery and oppression.
I am with you and Thank you.
Read another statement by the Egyptian judges on the fraud of referendum day May 25.
P.S. The image is taken from the Economist
Last November, the U.N atomic watchdog has discovered plutonium particles near an Egyptian nuclear facility and is trying to determine if they are evidence of a secret weapons program or simply the byproduct of peaceful research.
Universal Declaration of Human Rights: Article 21.(1) Everyone has the right to take part in the government of his country, directly or through freely chosen representatives.
Reporters without Borders is pleading for imprisoned Libyan internet writer Abdel Razak Al Mansouri’s freedom. Reporters Without Borders wrote to Seif al-Islam Gaddafi, the president of the Gaddafi Foundation, asking him to intercede on behalf of imprisoned cyber-dissident Abdel Razak Al Mansouri and seek his release. The efforts of RSF are very much appreciated, but it sounds to me as very humiliating. Looks like Middle Eastern citizens are owned by their leaders who can grant them their FREEDOM. Where does this happen in the world? Why are we owned? Because we did not choose! ALAS! I want to choose, I do not want to be owned to be granted my freedom.
· I do not want to be depicted as serving tea to some peasants as the image of the so-called ruling National Party candidate shows in his national newspaper. May I? My family did not educate me to be figured as serving tea, excuse me!
· Middle Easterners trust American media. In view of the bias corrupt Arab media, Radio Sawa and Al-hurra TV channel, which the latter means "the free" in Arabic, must win. I am not surprised, because the free and freedom must win. CONGRATULATIONS!. Read Gateway Pundit's blog on same topic.
P.S. Second image is from Cairo Magazine: thugs of the regime beating demonstrators in Egypt.
I am back from my very much needed vacation. I urge everyone to take the chance to renew the energy. One won’t realize how breaks are important until he/she gets one.
Dear Friends and visitors, I will be off until next week. The blogger and blog need some summer rest. See you all next week, I will miss you! Don't forget to visit me again after the break.
Licking Boots after Mistakes: Egypt-Algeria relationships are soured and Libyan leader Moamar Kadhafi interferes by hosting a summit between President Mubarak and Algerian President Abdelaziz Bouteflika in Sirte. Read. Have a look on my previous blog on same topic.
Yes, I am the future. I believe in that.
I cannot resist giving our blessed Egyptian mass media some good time whenever possible. I just cannot resist the temptation to sing the praises and acknowledge how lucky we are. Egyptian media are so smart and need to be challenged all the time.
THEY ARE GOING BACK TO THEIR HOMES WITH NO JOBS SUFFERING COMPLETE HUMILIATION.Read the Arabic story from the newspaper's link
“Police brutality against peaceful protestors is becoming the norm again in Egypt,” said Joe Stork, deputy director of Human Rights Watch’s Middle East division. “What we saw in Cairo on Saturday night reflected a high-level decision not just to prevent a demonstration, but also to physically punish those daring to protest President Mubarak’s candidacy.”