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CAIRO | Wed Feb 2, 2011 9:45pm EST
(Reuters) - One protester was killed in Cairo on Thursday when supporters loyal to President Hosni Mubarak opened fire at anti-government demonstrators demanding Mubarak to step down, Al Arabiya TV quoted a doctor at the scene.
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irabenarone wrote:
We are seeing the iron fist that has oppressed the Egyptian people for thirty years. If the regime does not stand down, it is clear that we must make of them a pariah regime, like that of South Africa before President Mandela. Boycott Egyptian cotton and other products; divest of Egyptian securities; end foreign aid.
Feb 02, 2011 9:44pm EST  --  Report as abuse
beancube2101 wrote:
CIA tell them to do tricks that the Thailand govt used. CIA’s obsession is not simply religious, they are more evil than those dictators.
Feb 02, 2011 9:50pm EST  --  Report as abuse
marisa70394 wrote:
Mubarak is really a dictator. What use does he have to hang on to power like a child holding on to his candy. He’s done, and he should leave. The longer he tries to hang on, the more foolish he looks. Perhaps he feels he’ll be thrown in jail. That will happen if he gets thrown out.
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