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Rantings of a Sandmonkey

Be forewarned: The writer of this blog is an extremely cynical, snarky, pro-US, secular, libertarian, disgruntled sandmonkey. If this is your cup of tea, please enjoy your stay here. If not, please sod off

Thursday, June 02, 2005

"Black Wendsday" Protest Pictures

The following are pictures taken at Yesterday's "Black Wendsday" Protest. (Hattip the Arabist and Baheyya).

A picture showing the size of the Black Wendsday Protest.

Egyptian women activist flashes an Arabic slogan " The honor of our female colleagues is the country's honor, and we will not tolerate violation of our country's honor "

Egyptian Journalist Nawal Ali, who was one of the women attacked at the refrendum, flashes a poster showing Egypt's interior Minister Habib el-Adly with the words "fire him" during a rally outside Journalists union on Black Wendsday.

This protester has a picture of the Mubarak Family with the words "Tyrannical Family" written on it and a piece of paper above it that says "No to Mubarak".

More pictures available here and here!


At 6/02/2005 05:52:00 PM, Blogger Dalulla said...

It is very sad that this is happening here. I sincerely love this country, but as all countries now, we citizens suffer the selfishness of our presidents and leaders, we suffer from many other aspects too. I have written what i think of change, feel free to read it on my blog. It sums up what i have to say regarding real change. It aint easy, but worth a try! I don't speak in a political language, but i think what i worte may serves the purpose well in a different way, and i have a gut feeling it would work if a large percentage of people try it. I still have hope regardless of all the negative air around! and i will continue to have hope as long as i breathe (i just hope i breath long enough hehehe). I know there is good out there, we just need to stimulate its widespread amongst us, then we can be a real power as citizens...

At 6/04/2005 10:59:00 AM, Blogger Twosret said...


I find it strange that non of your usual commentators linked to this topic or posted a comment. Isn't that the peaceful kind of protest that they should encourage?

This is not an attack for those who can't wait to pick a fight :) this is just an observation or may be a disapointment.

Mr. Ghostie might need to interview those lawyers.


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