Monday, October 10, 2011


Cairo, October 2011.

On 10 October 2011, we learn that at least 24 people have been killed in Cairo.

At least three of the dead are said to be soldiers.

Christians, protesting about an attack on a church in Aswan in Upper Egypt, have clashed with military police.

Army vehicles have been set alight.

Agent provocateurs may be at work.

Reportedly, the CIA and its friends want the Christians in Egypt, 10% of the population, to form a separate state in Upper Egypt, a state that would help control the Nile.

Cairo, October 2011

"This is a dark day in the military's history. This is betrayal, a conspiracy, murder," Magdy el-Serafy wrote on Twitter. (Egypt cabinet to meet over violence that kills 24‎)

"What happened in front of the state TV building is exactly what happened on Jan. 25," wrote Muslim activist Asmaa Mahfouz.

"What happened today is unprecedented in Egypt. 17 corpses crushed by military tanks," Hossam Bahgat, human rights activist tweeted from hospital. "I saw bodies missing hands and legs, heads twisted away or plastered to the ground."

Protesters also took to the streets in Alexandria.

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