Taking to the Streets of Cairo [Video]; Betrayal, Suspected Collaboration with Israel Riles Arab Street

Egypt's long history of oppression. Shown here are Egyptian police with wooden batons and shields blocking the road in April 2002 that leads from Cairo University to the Israeli embassy in Cairo, Egypt

Egypt said today it would ban demonstrations and detain protesters, seeking to draw a line under unprecedented protests against President Hosni Mubarak’s rule. Activists called on Egyptians to take to the streets again today to end Mubarak’s 30-year rule after a “Day of Wrath” of anti-government protests across Egypt in which three protesters and one policeman were killed. (Dziadosz, Saleh, Reuters) “It will be – and is – an outrage for the Palestinians to learn how their representatives have turned their backs on them,” said Robert Fisk.


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