How do you Egyptian protest agains Mubarak?
Egyptian people are demanding their president to step down the power, so how do you see guys. I see they have right to say that because he has been ruling this country for thirty years. He is like Arab kings, no election, no vote, no right and no justice.
Maybe Egypt is where America was when it cut its ties to England. I don't know because my knowledge of Egypt is lacking in that regard. If the people are unhappy as a mass, then Mubarak has a problem. On the other hand, hopeffully the people are not a victim of some more sinister forces who want control of the the country and its assets. I suspect there is more at work here than just social unrest...there is an organizing factor. One needs to follow it much like you follow the money in a situation of greed and find out who is driving the unrest...then the question will be much more transparent. If Egypt is to move to democracy, it will not be throw riots. There are better ways. WB
As an American who is tired of my country embarrassing itself for the sake of Israel, I say the US should back the protesters in Cairo and Alexandria one-hundred percent. The only reason the Obama administration wont call for Mubarak to step down is because of Egypt's peace treaty with Israel. Israel only cares about itself and calls us ignorant because they feel people from the West couldn't possibly understand their affairs. They couldn't be more wrong!
When I was posting this question there was peaceful protest but the things became worst because it was first day that we saw pro-Mubarak protesters. I really didn't like when I saw some protesters hurting our Reporters because of their good job that they are doing. Reporters like Anderson Cooper are broadcasting lively what is going on there, they are supporting freedom of speech and democracy. We, Americans don't have to support that regime, either our government or civilians.
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