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Violent demonstrations rock Egypt

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Tigrai Online Nov. 24, 2012

Thousands of demonstrators in Cairo Egypt on Friday 22, 2012
Thousands of demonstrators flooded to Cairo's Tahrir Square and in all the biggest cities on Friday, while Egyptian security forces chase them and fire tear gas at protesters.

Angry youths hurled rocks at security forces and burned a police truck as thousands gathered in central Cairo to protest at Egyptian President Mohamed Mursi's decision to grab sweeping new powers.

Police fired tear gas near Tahrir Square, heart of the 2011 uprising that toppled Hosni Mubarak at the height of the Arab Spring. Thousands demanded that Mursi should quit and accused him of launching a "coup".

There were also violent protests in Alexandria, Port Said and Suez.

The Egyptians are tasting their own poisonous medicine these days. What they planned and try to implement for Ethiopia is coming right back to them. Maybe the arc of the Covenant is protecting our beloved God fearing people.

Our enemies want the destruction of our country, they are wishing starvation, bloodshed and mayhem for our people, however the opposite is happening. Ethiopia is getting out of the darkness which had been draping over it for centuries.

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