Monday, August 13, 2007

This is way too much

How can any human being have so much cruelty in his heart to torture a 13 year old kid to death.

This makes me want to throw up.

When I started blogging a year ago, I thought it would be a way of letting out some steam and having a laugh, but the news is becoming more and more depressing. I don't want to blog anymore.

Thanks to all of you who dropped by to read my shit.


Thursday, August 09, 2007

Good News

According to "Al Masri Alyoum", the police officer suspected of killing Nasr Ahmed Abdallah will be arrested.

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Copts Arrested

Egyptian police have detained two Egyptian Christians for their work on the Web site of a Christian Arab group based in Canada.

OK... I doubt that the Egyptian authorities will take advise from me, but I'll volunteer it anyway:

Dear Authorities,

Such actions are not in your interest. They can backfire in many ways such as:

- You will harm your reputation and the reputation of the whole government.
- Human rights organizations will jump at your throats.
- You will give ammunition for opposition and opponents to attack you.
- You will generate more international pressure on your government.
- You will get alot of negative press coverage around the world.
- Copts in Egypt and abroad will feel threatened.

And what will you gain?

Nothing... Believe me.


Another one bites the dust

Egypt's prosecutor general on Wednesday ordered the arrest of three police officers on charges of murder for their involvement in the death of a man who died after plunging from a four-story balcony. The man's family said he was thrown to his death by a group of police officers who burst into his apartment early Tuesday morning, but police said that he jumped.


Friday, August 03, 2007


Egyptian bloggers made a huge fuss over the famous sodomizing case. Fair enough. Shukran to all blogers and blogerettes who spoke out against it.

But this case is much worse. I wonder how much outrage this will stir. I wonder if anyone will be prosecuted and if justice will be served. Rest in peace Nasr Ahmed Abdallah.

This comes just a few days after police officers in Siwa doused a man with alcohol and then set him on fire to extract a confession.

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