aishaandozzy:

Lord knows what is going on in Egypt but I feel like the Egyptian people aren’t even giving Morsi a chance. Like change doesn’t come about overnight and you can’t always kick up a big fuss… and the opposition are some devils advocate shit-stirring from the sidelines.

Protest peacefully maybe?

I feel like the middle east has become this region of madness.

Whatever happened to sabr?

Yes, except Morsi has already shown to be an inadequate leader. He refuses to make amendments to the constitution which doesn’t protect the Egyptian Coptics or anyone that isn’t Muslim for that matter. Also, there’s no guarantee that men and women, despite faiths, will be equal. There’s also major speculation that he has his people rigging the elections.

Protesting peacefully sounds great, but you can’t do so when your rights have been denied over and over- theirs a point when sabr runs out. Egyptians are sick and tired of the political turmoil they’ve experienced, from Mubarak and now to Morsi.

This article (http://www.firstpost.com/world/protesters-surge-around-egypts-presidential-palace-550064.html) has a great quote from a protester:

“We are so tired, by God,” said Mohamed Ali, a labourer. “I did not vote for Mursi nor anyone else. I only care about bringing food to my family, but I haven’t had work for a week.”

(Source: destinyhadachild)

Tahrir Square Now

cundtcake:

This is happening right now.

Get your shit together US media.

(via ceborgia)

(Source: ourafrica, via idreamof-teri-maa)

igorkresic:

PROTESTER WEARING A GAS MASK OUTSIDE CAIRO’S INTERIOR MINISTRY 

igorkresic:

PROTESTER WEARING A GAS MASK OUTSIDE CAIRO’S INTERIOR MINISTRY 

sanajaved:

Taken with Instagram at عامود الصواري

sanajaved:

Taken with Instagram at عامود الصواري

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