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Walk like an Egyptian


Attention! Attention! All ‘Pudlickins on deck! Egyptian ingrates wise to world Kikery, refusing to supplicate to Semitic overlords! This is not a drill! Man your prattle stations!

Cairo holds massive anti-Israel rally
Wed Apr 27, 2011 5:45PM
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An Egyptian protester holds a cardboard bearing the Arabic writing ‘No collaboration with Israeli after the revolution, down with Israel’ during a demonstration in front of the Israeli embassy in Cairo on April 27.
Thousands of Egyptian Protesters have gathered in front of the Israeli embassy in the capital Cairo demanding an end to ties with the Tel Aviv regime.

The demonstration originated from the nearby Cairo University.

The protesters demanded that the Egyptian government abruptly sever all ties with Israel.

The protesters have also called for a freeze on all gas exports to Tel Aviv.

They have threatened to continue massive protest rallies if the current government does not move to cut off ties with the Israeli regime.

The new development is the latest in a series of major protest rallies that led to the downfall of the decades-long ruler Hosni Mubarak.

Under the US-backed Mubarak regime, Egypt consistently served Israeli interests and objectives by helping to impose a total blockade on the impoverished Gaza strip after the democratically elected Hamas government took control of the territory in 2007. The crippling blockade on the territory has triggered a humanitarian crisis.

A major Egyptian political party, the Muslim Brotherhood (MB), has recently demanded that the country’s Supreme Council of the Armed Forces takes immediate measures in breaking the siege of Gaza.

Egypt’s political parties say the Gaza blockade serves American and Israeli objectives in the region and threatens regional stability and independence.

Meanwhile, Israeli officials have been repeatedly threatening to launch a fresh major offensive against Gaza.

The Israelis boast that the next Gaza onslaught could be even more destructive than the previous one at the turn of 2009, which killed over 1,400 Palestinians, most of them civilians, including many women and children.

JR/MB

  1. May 1, 2011 at 10:10 pm

    I wouldn’t give you an oily nickle for any muslims or jews, but at least Egypt has realized “the chains are on” and they are not putting up with it.

    I couldn’t resist SR. ;^)

  2. srdavidson
    May 2, 2011 at 10:20 pm

    Haha, nice one Otter, though I imagine your comment is a “mystery” to most.

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