(2) Scenes of clashes in Tahrir Square

Iran TV: 1000 killed or injured in Tahrir Square, by Israelie Jews Commandos A crowd of thousands rushed to speakers and projection television screens to listen to their president address the unrest that has swept over the nation in the past eight days. They weren’t happy with what they heard and told an Al Jazeera web producer they would remain in the square until Mubarak leaves. Protestors were scattered and some were trampled underfoot. Battle for Egypt Pro Iran Islamist vs Green Freedom Seekers of Egypt Thousands of supporters and opponents of President Hosni Mubarak battled in Cairo’s main square, raining stones, bottles and firebombs on each other in scenes of uncontrolled violence as soldiers stood by without intervening. Government backers galloped in on horses and camels, only to be dragged to the ground and beaten bloody. All the unrest has also led to heightened tensions along the Egypt-Gaza border. Both Israel and Hamas, which controls Gaza, have been watching the situation closely, the border has been closed since Friday. More than a million protesters flooded into central Cairo, turning Tahrir Square in the Egyptian capital, into a sea of humanity as massive protests against President Hosni Mubarak swept across Middle East’s most populous nation. Packed shoulder to shoulder in and around the famed Tahrir Square, the mass of people on Tuesday held aloft posters denouncing the president, and chanted slogans “Go Mubarak Go” and “Leave! Leave! Leave!” Similar
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Iran TV: 1500 killed or injured in Tahrir Square, by Israelie Jews Commandos A crowd of thousands rushed to speakers and projection television screens to listen to their president address the unrest that has swept over the nation in the past eight days. They weren’t happy with what they heard and told an Al Jazeera web producer they would remain in the square until Mubarak leaves. Protestors were scattered and some were trampled underfoot. Battle for Egypt Pro Iran Islamist vs Green Freedom Seekers of Egypt Thousands of supporters and opponents of President Hosni Mubarak battled in Cairo’s main square, raining stones, bottles and firebombs on each other in scenes of uncontrolled violence as soldiers stood by without intervening. Government backers galloped in on horses and camels, only to be dragged to the ground and beaten bloody. All the unrest has also led to heightened tensions along the Egypt-Gaza border. Both Israel and Hamas, which controls Gaza, have been watching the situation closely, the border has been closed since Friday. More than a million protesters flooded into central Cairo, turning Tahrir Square in the Egyptian capital, into a sea of humanity as massive protests against President Hosni Mubarak swept across Middle East’s most populous nation. Packed shoulder to shoulder in and around the famed Tahrir Square, the mass of people on Tuesday held aloft posters denouncing the president, and chanted slogans “Go Mubarak Go” and “Leave! Leave! Leave!” Similar
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26 Replies to “(2) Scenes of clashes in Tahrir Square”

  1. The people of Arab World are rising up because their governments have been puppets of the US Military-Industrial Complex and its apartheid Zionist military outpost of ethnic cleansing in occupied Palestine, established through mass expulsion of the native population in 1948. The balance of power has changed — following historical earthquake of 2006 in South Lebanon – where Israeli armor after suffering unsustainable damage in its failed invasion had its tail between legs and running south.

  2. The people of Arab World are rising up because their governments have been puppets of the US Military-Industrial Complex and its apartheid Zionist military outpost of ethnic cleansing in occupied Palestine, established through mass expulsion of the native population in 1948. The balance of power has changed — following historical earthquake of 2006 in South Lebanon – where Israeli armor after suffering unsustainable damage in its failed invasion had its tail between legs and running south.

  3. Look this Friday. Look at Egypt. SEE how people all over Egypt pour out of mosques into th streets, around the residence of Mubarak, the biggest puppet of apartheid Zionist outpost of ethnic cleansing. Eslam pirooz ast!

  4. I’m American, but when I see something like this it makes me sad to live in a country where people DON’T stand up for what they believe, in this country, something like this could never happen because of how fucking stupid and gullible Americans are. If our government ever does something wrong, Americans will just hide in their houses and whine about it. I admire the fortitude and courage of these protesters, for standing up for themselves.

  5. The people of Arab World are rising up because their governments have been puppets of the US Military-Industrial Complex and its apartheid Zionist military outpost of ethnic cleansing in occupied Palestine, established through mass expulsion of the native population in 1948. The balance of power has changed — following historical earthquake of 2006 in South Lebanon – where Israeli armor after suffering unsustainable damage in its failed invasion had its tail between legs and running south.

  6. @dwp3000 Why are us Americans stupid?? Most of us want ya’ll to NOT have a dictator and to have your freedom and democacy!!

  7. @CobraVertx true, but with simple logic, Mubarak can learn from this protest and assemble a better army force in 7 month that can shut all people up next time if he decides to run for presidency again…

  8. @WuffyWolffoot
    The USA is dependant on the Suez Canal for transportation of oil from the middle east. That’s the only reason people are concentrating. The US needs Egypt to be stable for the security of the Canal.

  9. What they are doing in egypt could make or break the freedom experienced here in america, It takes a global scope to understand this. But if egypt’s people get what it wants “Freedom”, this could change everything. If not, and a dictator is reestablished, then doom and gloom is spelled for any other freedom seeker in any other country, you must understand we are all earthlings.

  10. @CobraVertx the election system will still be rigged….theyre protesting for COMPLETE REFORM…..him not running again does not mean a change in government….he will still be indirectly in power

  11. >>> Look at this! The diplomatic car that ran over 20 people in cairo 28th-Jan-2011 !

    >>> THIS IS IMPORTANT! LOOK PLEASE /watch?v=-0fiSxneQbo <<<< THUMPS UP SO THAT EVERYONE SEE IT !!! THANKS !

  12. @CobraVertx why would Mubarak step down now when he has been President of Egypt for like 20 years, why would he suddenly end his run. It doesn’t make sense. He would stay in office.

  13. Carpet bomb this fucking country just get it over with save them from them. . . .
    and do it fast jersey shore is on tonight dont want to miss it. . . .

  14. let them fight it out!!! America does not need to get involved! They are big boys they can do it themselves!

  15. How come you pussies don’t have guns? You can’t change any government without them.

  16. Stop waiting your time watching this noob stuff.. Now watch somthin worth your time!
    /watch?v=ptQ8xHOtHIo

  17. i think Mubarek (and his family) seeks political asylum. US must accept it. its the most peaceful conclusion.

  18. It is none of the USA’s business and when BHO tells the Egyptian Government that it must listen to the needs of it’s citizens, I have to laugh. BHO passed his Obamacare when the vast majority did not want it and along with the bailouts, TSA and illegal immigration, our government goes against IT’s own citizens. We are the biggest hypocrites in the world and this is one of the reason we are hated by so many. Where were we when Iran’s citizens where marching in the streets?

  19. There is serious informations that the regime of Mubarek is planning a massacre of ANTI-MUBAREK protesters. All media in Egypt where asked to quit there place, and the PRO-MUBAREK PROTESTERS are bitting any person with camera

  20. 70% of Egyptians say they want to live under sharia law.

    In other words, “it’s just a radical fringe”, is nothing but a lie.

  21. When the Tea Party held up signs with “No to Obamacare” on them, liberals called them a violent, out of control mob.
    When the muslim brotherhood sets fire to a city, and murder policeman in Egypt – liberals call them “good people” “protesting the policies of their president”

    The hypocrisy is staggering.

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