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Autumn Rage- Egypt’s Autumn Rage

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rajrouj

I am a college professor and a world citizen. I love all people, and strongly believe that all people are the same, regardless gender, race, color, religion, ethnicity, history, geography, culture, language, intellect, background or wealth. I am against inequality in all forms and shapes, firmly a pro women issues, fight against violence and harassment to women, everywhere, at home, at work, and on the streets. I want to see all peoples of this world become one. Perhaps through communicating with each other we can achieve this.

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http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WtA2FG4rOIA&feature=youtu.be&a

The above video is taken at 4:00 PM before three major and massive marches reach Tahrir

And still the security forces are gassing the people

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PkA7fInSvfU

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PkA7fInSvfU

All Egyptians took to the streets chanting. I will transcribe them so you feel the rhyme in the chants. Here is the key, all letters are pronounced the same as in English, the only ones that are different are the following:[ حـ] = [H] a guttural sound beyond the English [H] , [عـ] =[ ‘] is another guttural sound like a glottal stop but with friction, [ظـ ] = [Z ]an emphatic English /z/ the pronunciation of an English /z /but with the back of the tongue is retracted.[ صــ] = [S] another emphatic of the English sound /s/.

ارحل، ارحل، ارحل

[ir.Hal, ir.Hal,ir.Hal,]

“Leave, Leave, Leave”

الهتاف في ميدان الاربعين: يا جماعه يا محظوره احنا الاصل وانتو الصوره… #السويس

[ya gama’a ya maHZoura iHna l-aSl w-entuS-Suura]

Chanting in Arbi’iin square in in Suez “O you banned group, we are the original and your are the copy”

اسمع صوت الشعب نبقي عبيدك صعب

[isma’ Soot-iSh Shaa’b, nib’a ‘abiidek Sa’b]

Listen to the voice of the people, to be your slave is hard

لن نسمح بمبارك تاني

[Lan nasmaH bimubaarak taani]

We won’t allow another Mubarak again

يا مرسي خاف اهل الزمالك سابو كوفي بين ورايحين عل تحرير

[ya Morsi khaaf ahl il-zamalik, saabu coffee bean we-rayHiin ‘at-taHriir]

O Morsi fear Zamalek people, they left Coffee Bean and coming to Tahrir

(Zamalek is an upscale neighborhood in Cairo)

والله العظيم لو الحشود دى اتحركت للاتحادية ….. مرسى هيصلى الفجر برة مصر النهاردة

I swear if these crowds moved to El ItiHadiyya palace (Presidential palace), Morsi will perform dawn prayers outside of Egypt.

دستور ما دستورشي، المرشد مايحكمشي

[dustoor ma distorshi, il murshid ma yoHkumshi]

Constitution, or no constitution, the supreme guide not to rule.

الست فتاكات @nadiaalaa Please Vote “No Way” now for Mohamed Morsy as 2012 best person by Time Magazine…. http://fb.me/1EeZgHMQu

Rosemary Sabet
@Ikhwanweb: “We support peaceful protests & strong opposition; low protesters turnout today indicates lack of support among Egyptians unlike #Jan25.”
Who the hell do they think they are kidding? Footage of the massive crowds inTahrir are on all the news programmes!
Rosemary Sabet
@Ikhwanweb: “We support peaceful protests & strong opposition; low protesters turnout today indicates lack of support among Egyptians unlike #Jan25.”
Who the hell do they think they are kidding? Footage of the massive crowds inTahrir are on all the news programmes!

Above some of the tweets and Facebook Status demonstrating how angry the Egyptians are. Please let the US Media know. US Media you are under the wrong impression that free Egyptians will put up with Morsi for 4 years. No way, Egyptians are free people. We want the world to know!

This picture is taken at 5:00 pm and the mentioned marches have not reached Tahrir yet.

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And at 7:00 pm

 

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