Police, protesters clash in Egypt’s Tahrir Square

They’re not “protesters”.

They’re Muslim Brotherhood members demanding Egypt’s military turn over the reigns to a ‘civilian government’.

The ‘civilian government’ in question: The Muslim Brotherhood.

CAIRO – Clashes erupted between riot police and protesters in Cairo’s Tahrir square on Saturday after police dispersed a sit-in by demonstrators demanding the ruling military transfer power swiftly to a civilian government.

Men with long beards and women in veils had dominated Friday’s rally that appeared to be the biggest Islamist challenge to military rule since the largely secular uprising that toppled autocratic president Hosni Mubarak in February.

Starting to see a pattern yet ?

See what pattern ?

November 25th 2011:  “Friday Of The Single Demand”

What’s that ?

It’s a national gathering to show the world who’s going to win.

Win what ?

Egypt’s elections take place in less than two weeks.

Elections for what ?

Wake up.

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Kenny Solomon
Israel Survival Updates

Everything I need to know about Islam I learned at the age of 13 on September 5th 1972.

10…… 9…… 8…… 7…………
Tool up…… It’s coming…… You know…… “It”.

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