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Friday, December 23, 2011

Egyptians Rally After Days Of Deadly Clashes

CAIRO - Several thousand Egyptians rallied in Cairo's central Tahrir Square Friday to denounce violence against protesters, especially outraged by images of women protesters dragged by their hair, beaten and kicked by troops.
The rally marked a week after deadly clashes erupted near Tahrir Square between protesters and the military, which took power after longtime President Hosni Mubarak was ousted in a popular uprising in February. Seventeen protesters were killed over the past week.
Last week's violence erupted when military forces guarding the Cabinet building near the square tried to forcibly disperse a 3-week-old sit-in demanding that the ruling generals hand over power to a civilian authority.

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

I'll be 70 years old soon , during my entire life I've heard nothing but unrest and war in these muslim nations.
The whole continent of Africa is at unrest at any given time. Is this a culture thing or what? I think so.
I have had a great deal of sympathy for African Americans in the past , but , maybe we did them a favor .