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Egypt Return Overcome Buttcrack, 24 Killed

by joelda84 on 10/10/11 at 12:23 am

CAIRO – The fire seemed to fill the capital city of Egypt, Cairo in the latest unrest since the fall of Hosni Mubarak. 24 people were reported killed in this incident.

CAIRO – The fire seemed to fill the capital city of Egypt, Cairo in the latest unrest since the fall of Hosni Mubarak. 24 people were reported killed in this incident.

The riots that occurred Sunday night, the place during the peaceful protest that made Egypt’s Christian citizens. They were protesting the attacks on Egypt’s Christian citizens are showing increased after Mubarak stepped down from the presidency.

Approximately 1,000 troops were deployed to guard government protests centered near the River Nile. Not long after the riots of the opponents of the protesters are not clear origin. Moving on from the River Nile, this unrest was spreading to the region Tahrir Square.

Party with another group of protesters throwing rocks and other objects that can be used as ammunition for them. On the other hand, military vehicles moved off the protesters and fired warning shots into the air.

The protesters also set fire to fight with the direction of military vehicles, buses and private cars that are not far from the protest site.

After midnight, a group of unidentified origin of mass, attacking a car that allegedly contains all the Christians of Egypt. In some areas not visible police or soldiers who intend to stop the mass group.

Egypt’s Christian citizens whose population is only 10 percent of Egypt’s 80 million citizens, blame the military authorities who allowed the attack on Christians. Indeed, Egyptian Coptic Christians today are concerned with showing off the power of the ultraconservative Islamic groups in Egypt.

Prime Minister Essam Sharaf Egypt is asking the citizens to stop these riots. “This incident brings Egypt to move backwards, instead of stepping forward for the establishment of a modern state that is filled with stability,” Sharaf said as quoted by the Associated Press on Monday (10/10/2011).

“I ask the people of Egypt, both Muslims and Christians. Women and children, youth and elders to remain united,” said Sharaf.

The protesters said the action took place peacefully, with the intention of doing the sit on the national television building. But, when they perform an action, when suddenly a group of people pelted them with stones.

“The protest was actually carried out peacefully. We want to do a sit-in, as usual. But suddenly there are people who attacked us and military vehicles moving towards us and ran approximately 10 people from us,” said Essam Khalili protesters.

This statement is justified by Muslims who are not far from the protest site. “I saw people’s heads smashed military vehicles destroyed. When Muslims see the blood of the protesters, they joined with the Christians to fight the military,” explained Ahmed Yahia.

According to the Egyptian Health Ministry official Hisham Sheiha, approximately 24 people were reportedly killed in this incident. Today, while the Egyptian cabinet directly perform an emergency meeting to talking about a situation that was in progress.

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