In keeping with my last posts here are some tweets from those trying to create change in Egypt:
Its police and MB militias vs the revolutionaries now. Just as during Mubarak days, police always assisted the regime’s thugs.
— The Big Pharaoh (@TheBigPharaoh) December 6, 2012
All of the MB media and many salafi sheikhs are claiming that the clashes and demos are all christians opposed to Sharia. Despicable.
— السيد مانكي (@Sandmonkey) December 6, 2012
BREAKING: #Egypt‘s head of Television Sector resigns in protest of the way the country is being run.
— Rasha Abdulla (@RashaAbdulla) December 6, 2012
The Muslim Brotherhood protesters are terrifying the people of Heliopolis they go to cafes tell them to turn off news channels
— Zeinobia (@Zeinobia) December 6, 2012
@sandmonkey are u there? All news websites are down on the internet and the providers said this will be for two hours. Why do u think??
— Seif Moussa (@Seifo1978) December 5, 2012
— Marie-France Lakah (@mflakah) December 6, 2012
RT @sarahngb Islamist channel Al Nas are asking people to go out to the streets & blatantly inciting violence against anti-Morsi protestors.
— نشرة القاهرة (@cairowire) December 5, 2012
The MB buses keep arriving with people and weapons, one caught! SUPpORT !!!!!!! twitter.com/A__Ezzat/statu…
— Ahmed Ezzat (@A__Ezzat) December 5, 2012
and one tweet from a person named Melinda Carter who asks a great question:
— Melinda Carter (@MelindaACarter) December 5, 2012
I’d love an answer and the people in Egypt risking their lives fighting the Muslim Brotherhood would too.
BTW here is a handy dandy map of some of yesterday’s marches