Monday, April 03, 2006

What reformers in the Middle East go through.

Freedom for Egyptians describes a very depressing incident that gives you idea of what those who wish to change the status-quo in the region go through day in and day out. I wish I could tell you that incidents like this are rare and isolated. But in truth, its just another day in the life of a moderate in the Middle East.

The Egyptian liberal Al Wafd party headquarters in Dokki was stormed yesterday by the 71 year old disposed leader and last September presidential runner Nomaan Gomaa with 60 armed thugs and gang members.

Gomaa who was dethroned last January by the reformists of Al Wafd leaderships on allegations of hidden agenda and conspiring with the current regime of Egypt under President Hosni Mubarak that does not spare a moment to stifle liberal reformers for the best interest of the ruling National Democratic party and the Muslim Brotherhood.


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2 Comments:

At Monday, 03 April, 2006, Blogger Winston said...

some times I think this reform thing in the middle east is a wrong term.

The whole laws, regulations and gov'tal structure is corrupt, unhealthy and outdated.

Reform is not gonna work, I believe there should be BIG CHANGES and building every thing from the scratch!

 
At Friday, 16 July, 2010, Anonymous Anonymous said...

借錢 借貸 票貼

 

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