What’s a poor mustard to do once he’s been in contact with his inner Mohamed at the mosque? KGS

By Marwa Awad and Tom Perry

CAIRO — Tens of thousands of Egyptians demanding an end to military rule converged on Cairo’s Tahrir square on Friday in what activists say will be the biggest day yet in a week of demonstrations in which 41 people have been killed.

The military men who took over after people power toppled President Hosni Mubarak on February 11 are themselves under fire from protesters who accuse them of clinging to power, leading to street battles that look like a replay of February’s unrest.

The ruling army council named Kamal Ganzouri, 78, who served as prime minister under Mubarak from 1996 to 1999, to head a national salvation government. Prime Minister Essam Sharaf’s cabinet had resigned this week amid the protests.


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  1. Meanwhile… not ONE muslim took to the streets to protest against the murder of the Copts… oh wait, yes I remember ONE lady in hijab here in Canada who was protesting with us! I felt like giving her a hug and then advising her on ditching her terrorist faith!!

  2. Injured Libyans in Danish ward say thank you with racism and particular demand

    Refuse female interpretors
    Demand to smoke in the hospital
    Say thank you to personnel by racist comments

    In order to fight the problems, Libyan authorities have been required to come to the Odense hospital and explain to the Libyans how things are done in Denmark, like isolating a person with mysterious bacteria

    Altogether 50 injured Libyans have been flown to Danish hospitals, in Odense and in Århus

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