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Egypt warns sit-ins as weekend death toll climbs

• AP
.... Egypt's interior minister on Sunday pledged to deal decisively with any attempts to destabilize the country, a thinly veiled warning to supporters of ousted President Mohammed Morsi occupying two squares in Cairo in a month-long stand-off with the security forces.

The warning came as authorities said that the death toll in weekend clashes between Mohammed Morsi's Islamist backers and security forces near one of those sit-ins had reached 72, in the deadliest single outbreak of violence since the July 3 military coup. ...

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Comment by Ed Price
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From the article: "Interior Minister Mohammed Ibrahim warned security forces would deal decisively with any attempts to destabilize the country."

"Country?" If it's anything like the United States, it's more like "prison." Why? Even though in the U.S., THEY don't tell you exactly which pair of socks you are required to wear today, you better pay your taxes, you better obey the stupid driving laws, you better better use only Government approved medicine, you better not ingest any uncontrolled hallucinogen, you better love the TSA and Homeland Security, you better let the dictatorship reign... otherwise you are attempting to disrupt the prison country.

It's interesting that in some ways the Egyptian people might have more freedom than Americans.
 


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