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    Re: Riots erupt in Egypt as protesters demand end to Mubarak regime

    Quote Originally Posted by Serenity View Post
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    if i was uninformed i would do weird **** like make up 95 posts debating Obama's Birth Certificate. some people apparently think that a person can become President of arguably the most powerful country in the world, without anyone looking into their background.
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    Re: Riots erupt in Egypt as protesters demand end to Mubarak regime

    Egypt shuts down Al Jazeera bureau - Middle East - Al Jazeera English

    The Egyptian authorities are revoking the Al Jazeera Network's licence to broadcast from the country, and will be shutting down its bureau office in Cairo, state television has said.

    "The information minister [Anas al-Fikki] ordered ... suspension of operations of Al Jazeera, cancelling of its licences and withdrawing accreditation to all its staff as of today," a statement on the official Mena news agency said on Sunday.

    In a statement, Al Jazeera said it strongly denounces and condemns the closure of its bureau in Cairo by the Egyptian government. The network received notification from the Egyptian authorities on Sunday morning.

    "Al Jazeera has received widespread global acclaim for their coverage on the ground across the length and breadth of Egypt," the statement said.

    An Al Jazeera spokesman said that the company would continue its strong coverage regardless.
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    Re: Riots erupt in Egypt as protesters demand end to Mubarak regime

    it seems like that tyrant mubarek and his regime are in its most desperate moments as time is running out on his dictatorship, he is ready to do anything to hold on, things are going to get real dirty

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    Re: "Beginning of the end" for Egypt's Mubarak, as son and wife flee

    Quote Originally Posted by uthman7c View Post
    It's unlikely anything will change in Egypt. Merely demonstrating in the streets and looting is not a revolution.

    Score the victory for Mubarak
    Are you kidding? There is absolutely no way Mubarak survives this. I give him less than 24 hours before he flees the country.
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    Re: "Beginning of the end" for Egypt's Mubarak, as son and wife flee

    Quote Originally Posted by Kandahar View Post
    Are you kidding? There is absolutely no way Mubarak survives this. I give him less than 24 hours before he flees the country.
    Then what? What part are the Muslim Brotherhood playing now and will play in the future? Still waiting for someone to point to a revolution in the region that didn't eventually lead to the creation of a repressive Islamic regime?

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    Re: "Beginning of the end" for Egypt's Mubarak, as son and wife flee

    Quote Originally Posted by Conservative View Post
    Then what? What part are the Muslim Brotherhood playing now and will play in the future? Still waiting for someone to point to a revolution in the region that didn't eventually lead to the creation of a repressive Islamic regime?
    I'm still waiting for a pro-democratic revolution to succeed.

    What one must understand is that the Revolution is Iran was a anti-shah revolution, not a pro democratic revolution.

    But please continue...

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    Re: Riots erupt in Egypt as protesters demand end to Mubarak regime

    Quote Originally Posted by Grant View Post
    You're watching way too much BBC.

    The Americans helped the French also against invaders. So too with the Brits, Belch, and so on. Does that make the Americans responsible for British terrorists?

    Terrorists are responsible for their actions, not the Americans.

    What craziness!
    Irrelevant. Funding terrorism and then saying you are not responsible for there actions is a scapegoat and its pathetic.
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    Re: "Beginning of the end" for Egypt's Mubarak, as son and wife flee

    Quote Originally Posted by Conservative View Post
    Then what? What part are the Muslim Brotherhood playing now and will play in the future? Still waiting for someone to point to a revolution in the region that didn't eventually lead to the creation of a repressive Islamic regime?
    your screen name and your political lean basically tells the whole story of how you feel, its set in stone, let me guess you think george bush was the greatest president, saddam did really have nukes and iraq was invaded to give iraq's democracy too. your just going to sound like a repititive one tracked mind biased poster who adds nothing of value to the forum. but please proceed wasting your energy typing

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    Re: "Beginning of the end" for Egypt's Mubarak, as son and wife flee

    Quote Originally Posted by Jetboogieman View Post
    I'm still waiting for a pro-democratic revolution to succeed.

    What one must understand is that the Revolution is Iran was a anti-shah revolution, not a pro democratic revolution.

    But please continue...
    I agree and that is the point,
    I'm still waiting for a pro-democratic revolution to succeed.

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    Re: "Beginning of the end" for Egypt's Mubarak, as son and wife flee

    Quote Originally Posted by Conservative View Post
    I agree and that is the point,
    The current protests are pro-democratic and appear to be succeeding.

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