“I never voted because I was never sure it was for real.”

“This time, I hope it is, but I am not positive.”

Those are the words of Mrs. Shahira Ahmed of Cairo.

“If you have waited for 30 years, can’t you wait now for another hour?” an army officer yelled at hundreds of restless women at one polling center in Cairo.

“The Muslim Brotherhood are the people who have stood by us when times were difficult,” said Ragya el-Said, a 47-year-old lawyer in Alexandria, a stronghold for the Brotherhood. “We have a lot of confidence in them.”

Unless things break wide open with ‘problems’, it’s now prudent to wait for official results before posting and commenting further on the Egyptian elections.

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Kenny Solomon
Israel Survival Updates

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One Response to “I never voted because I was never sure it was for real.”

  1. Andreas K. says:

    They will get one hell of a rude wakeup call.

Have at it....... But please be respectful and no f'n cussin' neither, ya heah ?...... Also please back up all claims of fact in your comments with links (yes, they will be verified before comment posting approved).

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