الأحد، 27 يناير، 2013

Egypt’s Revolution Devours Its Children

Brothers in arms once upon a revolution, those who toppled former Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak are now foes, bitter ones. It's known that revolutions devour their children; it's Egypt this time that proved it right.
Streets and squares of Cairo are never empty. Friday gatherings at Tahrir Square became a weekly ritual just as the Friday prayers. Hence the revolution never stopped as people are never satisfied, what's obvious is that Egypt's days aren’t the best.
Indeed they aren’t. Dyed with red were Egypt's days, many were killed in Cairo and Port Said, some during anti-regime demonstrations and others after a court handed down death sentences to almost two dozen local fans involved in a deadly fight at a soccer game last year.


Read more: http://www.al-monitor.com/pulse/originals/2013/01/port-said-dead-egyptian-revolution-anniversary.html#ixzz2JDuevz5O

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