Will Egypt get stolen funds back?

Thief and thug characters

Unfortunately, large part of Egyptian people admire personalities of thieves and thugs . They're shown in film bug as beautiful people, kind and good humans. They also passionate and love, and sometimes actors are delight persons and of high sense of humer. Films show them as victims and some old circumstances have led them to become thieves and thugs.
Part of people in Egypt are sympathized with a movie called: Mubarak is a thief who needs us to sympathize with him because he stole us and made us feel safe and comfort.

 The purpose of recovering of the looted money is to support the economy and to help the development of industry, agriculture, and providing greater employment opportunities and health care services and better education. It is important to have honest people to oversee the state's resources and guidance to the public interest should be calculated too.

What is the role of revolution here?

Revolution youth are moving forward in the natural way, slowly but surely, to establish a pioneering experiment in the revolutions of the major humanitarian, and pave the way for a model state proud Egyptians, and dreams of the Arabs, and respected by the whole world.

History is witness that after every revolution, there are reprisals, often bloody, Drain era symbols ousted one by one, and send them to the guillotine or gallows or death squads, indicating that it is rarely prosecuted and the rule of former leader, died in prison.

Egyptian Revolution joined to the exception ideal: Former President Hosni Mubarak and his two sons, Alaa and Gamal under arrest pending investigation into the murder and corruption, and the people sing this achievement remarkable, and no one can prevent justice from taking its course, or to deprive the judiciary of achieving Old Dream and the establishment of a new promise.

And considered that it was just a fleeting moment in the context of the revolution, which does not want to take revenge, but only to restore rights to their owners, that punishes the shedding of blood of the rebels, and to recover funds stolen, then a prison, and is the most important lesson that never be forgotten by any Egyptian ruler or even by the smallest public official, and the index, which is not overlooked by the rest of the Arab rulers and officials, there is a day to the regime and on the account, it will not be leaving after today.  

 

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HSchneider 5 years ago from Parsippany, New Jersey

I sincerely hope the Egyptian people are able to recoup all or most of the stolen funds. There are so many poor people and these funds could do a lot of good. I am glad to see that Mubarak is going to be judged for his misconduct.


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kafsoa 5 years ago Author

I hope too HSchneider, there are many poor people who work the whole day and can't get even enough money for one single meal for their family.


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J.S.Matthew 5 years ago from Massachusetts, USA

Wow. Very powerful words. Great Job! I wish all the best for all those who suffered.

JSMatthew~


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kafsoa 5 years ago Author

Thank you J.S.Matthew


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J.S.Matthew 5 years ago from Massachusetts, USA

You are most welcome!

JS~


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kafsoa 5 years ago Author

By the way, you're a very nice person JS


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J.S.Matthew 5 years ago from Massachusetts, USA

Thank you-I am trying everyday! It is easier in life to be nice when you spend a lot of time reading great articles on HubPages! I like that I can pick what I want to read-it's not like the news where they just feed it to you. I am very selective. I don't have time for things that bring me down. Knowing that others are trying to make a difference and spread truth makes me feel good and feel like I am part of a community. Thanks again!

JSMatthew~


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kafsoa 5 years ago Author

It's a real pleasure that my hub is one of the hubs you've chosen to read! Thank you JS :)


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Cameron Dean 5 years ago from New York

Even if the Egyptians don’t get anything back at least there’s a chance to start anew. Hopefully with a new government made up of individuals that care about their country and their people.


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PierAllegro 5 years ago from Toronto, Canada

The problem with Mubarak is that he never left the country and he actually stepped down. This prevents any foreign institution to seize or even check his accounts. I disagee with Cameron, sorry, 'the chance of starting anew' will be so much more difficult with Egypt being poor. It is goind to be vulnrable to fundamentalism and terrorism whcu often unsues as a direct result of poverty and people's frustaration. Thank you for sharing your views kafsoa. Egypt is a great country and deserves to a new start. It is our responsibility to ensure that the country start is possible.


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kafsoa 5 years ago Author

You both are right, Egypt is a rich country not a poor one as it's known. It really has many resources that help it retain it's position back, but Egyptians mustn't leave their fund for theives like Mubarak and others who left people suffering hunger, diseases, and they missed being respected humans in their countries. But believe me, those people are not the type of people who switch into terrorists, because terrorism is always egaged with weakness. only weak people work in dark. Egyptians are powerfull people even the poor people in Egypt have dignity that prevented them from succumbing to humiliation. Thank you guys for stopping by and reading this hub :)



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rihamah 5 years ago

Thanks a lot kafsoa for this great hub. I think it is the responsibility of Egyptians and every honest human - that can - to help Egypt get back its stolen money because this would make a huge difference that would help us Egyptians build our new and democratic country. And as an Egyptian let me tell you that Egyptians will never forget about their stolen money and will do all that is in their power to get it back.

Egyptians would appreciate very much the people and countries that will help them to achieve this goal. Time will never go back to those black days when Egyptians were oppressed.

Thanks again for this honest and great hub.


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kafsoa 5 years ago Author

You're most welcomed Rihamah. It's our duty to support our country as much as we can. I couldn't share in revolution for some reasons, but at least I can write every where :)

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