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Egypt army breaks up protest in Cairo's Tahrir Square

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posted on Aug, 1 2011 @ 03:32 PM
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Egypt army breaks up protest in Cairo's Tahrir Square


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CAIRO (Reuters) - The Egyptian army moved into Cairo's Tahrir Square on Monday and cleared away a few hundred protesters who remained camped there after the main groups suspended a three-week demonstration held to advance demands for faster democratic reforms.

There was little sign of violence, though witnesses said some shots were fired in the air, as army vehicles and troops acted to end the public show of displeasure with the military high command handling a transition toward free elections.

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posted on Aug, 1 2011 @ 03:32 PM
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No, this is not some old news story.. this is happening now. I posted a while ago about the anger growing in Tahrir square and now it seems like it is getting to the point that the army is going in to break up the protest. I find it ironic that during the 'first' revolution, the army was allowing the protesters to ride on the tanks and were the 'friends' of the protesters. NOW, the ruling government is the army. So of course, they are not going to tolerate the people protesting against them. I feel bad for Egyptians... they have struggled for a new government, had injuries and deaths and when it seemed as though they succeeded, they are back to square one, and most likely even worse off now than they were before! The 'new boss' is in cahoots with the US/NATO/NWO and so now that they are in their pocket again, they sure as hell aren't going to let the 'first' revolution go to waste! Anyways, just more evidence of the NWO working their agenda again, right in front of our eyes and yet the majority will not and most likely never will admit to this happening until they themselves are affected! GRRR

Thoughts peeps?

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edit on 8/1/2011 by Nspekta because: cause i can't spell



posted on Aug, 1 2011 @ 04:12 PM
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This is nothing new, they started arresting people as soon as Mubarak was gone.
The anarchists are not needed any longer, the change has been effected and it is time for them to hide in fear again or rot in dungeons.



posted on Aug, 1 2011 @ 04:19 PM
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they have struggled for a new government, had injuries and deaths and when it seemed as though they succeeded, they are back to square one, and most likely even worse off now than they were before! The 'new boss' is in cahoots with the US/NATO/NWO and so now that they are in their pocket again, they sure as hell aren't going to let the 'first' revolution go to waste! Anyways, just more evidence of the NWO working their agenda again, right in front of our eyes and yet the majority will not and most likely never will admit to this happening until they themselves are affected! GRRR


Not surprised, the us was behind the Egyptian uprising, expect the same to happen in libya, its already starting in east libya.



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