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Khayr   

According to Rupert Murdoch, the majority of the media is owned by his kin folk.

So needless to say, all over the news today was the ambush of "unarmed" egyptian police and their deaths by

Militants. That was plastered all over the net, radio and print media.

 

You know Sisi and company have charcoal burned many muslims, most notably

Those fro al fath mosque. 35 burned souls by Sisi and his goons and they say Peaceful protesting is the way to go.

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Naxar Nugaaleed;974068 wrote:
Indeed Justice is served, releasing a ailing 90 year old who spent his life serving his country.

Is there something wrong with you Naxar? You actually support the release of the infamous Hosni Mubarak? Can you not see that he was a despot and a corrupt Dictator? Where is your Imaan left?

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Mubarak was appointed Vice President of Egypt in 1975 and assumed the presidency on 14 October 1981, following the assassination of President Anwar Sadat. His almost thirty-year presidency made him Egypt's longest-serving ruler since Muhammad Ali Pasha.[4] Before he entered politics, Mubarak was a career officer in the Egyptian Air Force, serving as its commander from 1972 to 1975 and rising to the rank of air chief marshal.

 

Mubarak stepped down after 18 days of demonstrations during the 2011 Egyptian revolution[5] when, on 11 February 2011, Vice President Omar Suleiman announced that Mubarak had resigned as president and transferred authority to the Supreme Council of the Armed Forces.[6][7] On 13 April, a prosecutor ordered Mubarak and both his sons to be detained for 15 days of questioning about allegations of corruption and abuse of power.[8] He was then ordered to stand trial on charges of negligence for not giving orders to stop the killing of peaceful protestors during the revolution.[9] These trials officially began on 3 August 2011.[10] Egypt’s military prosecutors then also proclaimed that they were investigating Mubarak's role in the assassination of his predecessor Anwar Sadat

 

the persecution of Hosni was a show trial and undignified in its treatment of ailing 90 year old man who spent his life serving Egypt. The real question why do some us always gravitate towards anarchy and chaos. We as Somalis of all people should know better.

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Khayr   

You know am wondering how Mubarak stepped down without his goons committing mass murder.

Was he set for a retirement already? It seems that the army is making up sometime now for blood they didn't spill in 2011.

Even though for as long as one could remember, the Egyptian government

Has always been into killing its own people. Its a favorite pass time hobby for them.

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Siyaasi   

Breaking news

Morsy detained and Mubarak to be freed

 

Egypt's Prosecution Orders Morsi's 15-day Detention for Presidential Palace Violence

2013-08-19 23:24:38 Xinhua

 

Egypt prosecution ordered ousted president Mohamed Morsi for 15 days in prison pending investigations over inciting violence at Ithadyah (presidential place) last year, official news agency MENA reported Monday.

 

On Dec. 5, 2012, Egypt saw violent clashes between Morsi's Islamist supporters and his opponents after he issued a controversial constitutional declaration in November of the same year, whereby he entitled himself with all the country's authorities.

 

Morsi is accused of participating in detaining and torturing citizens, inciting the killing of protesters and publishing false news to influence the judicial authorities, the report said.

 

The new detention order will be enforced after the expiration of Morsi's detention in other cases, related to spying with Hamas movement for hostile acts against the nation.

 

http://english.cri.cn/6966/2013/08/19/2701s782967.htm

 

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Egypt's Ex-Dictator Mubarak 'To Be Freed'

 

Deposed dictator Hosni Mubarak is expecting to be freed from jail after being cleared of corruption charges, his lawyer claims.

 

Mubarak was toppled from power in February 2011 following an uprising and has been held by authorities since.

 

He has made numerous appearances at Cairo's courthouse since on charges relating to the death of protesters during the revolution and of corruption.

 

However, according to his lawyer Fareed El Deeb, judicial authorities ordered that 85-year-old Mubarak should be released on one of the remaining corruption charges against him.

 

He said that the only legal grounds for the former leader's detention would be another corruption case, which is expected to be concluded later this week.

 

He said: "All we have left is a simple administrative procedure that should take no more than 48 hours. He should be freed by the end of the week."

 

Mubarak still faces charges of complicity in the murder of protesters during the 2011 revolution. His trial has been adjourned until August 25.

 

The development came after Egyptian authorities disclosed that suspected militants had attacked two police minibuses with rocket-propelled grenades, killing 24 officers in Sinai.

 

The ambush, condemned by Egypt's interior ministry as the work of "armed terrorist groups", took place as the two vehicles were driving through a village near the border town of Rafah in the volatile Sinai Peninsula.

 

 

http://news.sky.com/story/1130302/egypts-ex-dictator-mubarak-to-be-freed

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Che -Guevara;974122 wrote:
Naxar. All of people, I am surprised it is you who is defending a dictator.

I'm not surprised at all saaxib. This is coming from Naxar, a man who's secularist inclinations are in full-view to anyone in this forum. He previously said that Islam should be pushed back and suppressed, and should be restricted to "only the 4 corners of the mosque, and nothing else"....

 

I wouldn't be surprised that he supported Mubarak, a secularist dictator who was well-known for suppressing Islamists. Naxar is willing to side with Dictators as long as he agrees with their ideologies.

 

He has zero principles

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Carafaat   

DoctorKenney;974136 wrote:
I'm not surprised at all saaxib. This is coming from Naxar, a man who's secularist inclinations are in full-view to anyone in this forum. He previously said that Islam should be pushed back and suppressed, and should be restricted to "only the 4 corners of the mosque, and nothing else"....

 

I wouldn't be surprised that he supported Mubarak, a secularist dictator who was
well-known
for suppressing Islamists. Naxar is willing to side with Dictators as long as he agrees with their ideologies.

 

He has zero principles

 

As if someone can be only muslim during the prayer in the mosque. Secularist are showing they true face.

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Khayr   

Carafaat;974160 wrote:
As if someone can be only muslim during the prayer in the mosque. Secularist are showing they true face.

In actuality, the "blind and deaf islam" aka prayer islam, is what a lot of secular ulama preach from the minbar too.

Heck, Sisi has fatwas telling him that all ikhawanis are kuffar and can be killed.

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Che -Guevara;974122 wrote:
Naxar. All of people, I am surprised it is you who is defending a dictator.

Honestly, in the grip of this "Arab Spring", we have lost sight of the big Picture. Does any one doubt that Hosni is a man who gave his entire live to Egypt, be it in the military or the government? Or that his an ailing old statesman. Unlike Asad, he stepped down within weeks of these "protest" his only reward being hauled into court in a stretcher. what does anyone gain from that? The dignified thing to have done after he stepped down would have been to thank and let him retire in peace for his last few years.

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DoctorKenney;974136 wrote:
I'm not surprised at all saaxib. This is coming from Naxar, a man who's secularist inclinations are in full-view to anyone in this forum. He previously said that Islam should be pushed back and suppressed, and should be restricted to "only the 4 corners of the mosque, and nothing else"....

 

I wouldn't be surprised that he supported Mubarak, a secularist dictator who was
well-known
for suppressing Islamists. Naxar is willing to side with Dictators as long as he agrees with their ideologies.

 

He has zero principles

Yaa Doctor, yes I am a "secularist". lets be clear though, there is no suppression in a secular society, you are left to your own devices unlike a theocratic one Might I suggest though that logic and even Islam are also "secularist", does not Islam say there is no compulsion in religion and to each his own religion? all that is beside the point though, did even see Mubarak as a Secularist but my "support" (I prefer understanding rather then support) has nothing to do with that but everything to do with the undignified treatment of a ailing old man who devoted his whole life to his country.

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Carafaat   

Naxar Nugaaleed;974168 wrote:
Yaa Doctor,
yes I am a "secularist". lets be clear though, there is no suppression in a secular society,
you are left to your own devices unlike a theocratic one Might I suggest though that logic and even Islam are also "secularist", does not Islam say there is no compulsion in religion and to each his own religion? all that is beside the point though, did even see Mubarak as a Secularist but my "support" (I prefer understanding rather then support) has nothing to do with that but everything to do with the undignified treatment of a ailing old man who devoted his whole life to his country.

In your eyes the Egyptian military coupe and dictatorship killing and arresting thousands isnt suppression. But the democratic elected government of Morsi is suppression. :D

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