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Egypt Army Delivers Ultimatum to Tahrir Protesters

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Egypt's military delivered an ultimatum on Monday to dozens of committed protesters in Tahrir Square, nerve center of a movement that toppled Hosni Mubarak, to leave and let life return to normal or face arrest.

Soldiers had scuffled with demonstrators the day before as they reopened the central Cairo square to traffic. Some protesters insisted on staying, determined to see through their demands for civilian rule and a free, democratic system.


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Comment by Powell Gammill
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Looks to me like they have successfully gotten the Negroes back on the plantation.  Now they are getting ready to mop up the few who didn't get the memo.  The Neocons are breathing a sigh of relief.  They may not even have to install their El Baradi puppet whose pleasant life was interrupted by Mubarak's failure to control the mob.

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Egypt's Army Promises Democracy, but Its Roots in the Old Order Run Deep,8599,2048855,00.html#ixzz1DwUBGQP3


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