Has power gotten to his head?
Please watch the video and photos below and see what the Morsi police are doing to the peaceful demonstrators? There is a lot of warnings that the people who are in the sit-in in Tahrir until the “deceleration of the constitution” is denounced and cancelled, will be stormed by the police very soon. Last night at dawn some of the demonstrators got shot by snipers. The tear-gas and resulting smoke all around Tahrir square and beyond is blinding people.
The European Union warned Morsi of cancelling financial aid if he doesn’t denounce his grab of power. The German minister of foreign affairs called on Morsi to stop the blood shed in his country, the same way he did in Gaza.
We need the US to take a stiffer action. Because the US administration did not openly voice its dismay towards Morsi’s absolute power grab, and stop his police from killing, kidnapping, and torturing demonstrators, Egyptians believe the US gave Morsi the green light to do whatever he pleases with his people. This is because the US is content with Morsi’s latest deliverable and leverage on Hamas. Morsi has leverage on Hamas because both are of the same origin and ideology, an ideology which uses any means even killing and assassinations to reach their goals.
Americans I want to share this with you. I know you very well. I have lived among you for the last 17 years and know what a great nation you are. I know how you value democracy, human rights and principles. Stand by the Egyptians and let your representatives act. Warn Morsi that his actions and continuous killing of his people will result in stopping your generous aid.
Please watch the video.
- Chaos in Cairo Over Morsi Power Grab (foxnews.com)
- Demonstrators pledge to fight Morsi power grab (abc.net.au)
- Egypt unrest flares over Morsi’s move to broaden his power (latimes.com)
- Egyptֹ’s top judges slam Morsy decree (thehindu.com)
- Egyptian democrats take to streets against Morsi’s power-grab (morningstaronline.co.uk)
- Egypt Opposition United Against Morsy’s New Powers (wibw.com)
- Morsy’s decree raises international concern (dailynewsegypt.com)
- Judiciary slams Morsi’s ‘unprecedented attack’ (abc.net.au)