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There are 33 comments on the TheBlaze.com story from Jun 30, 2013, titled Throngs of Foreigners Trying to Flee Egypt Descend on Cairo Airport, Now Guarded by Egyptian Mili.... In it, TheBlaze.com reports that:

Foreign nationals fled Egypt in droves over the weekend, concerned with potential violence as thousands of Egyptians took to the streets calling on President Mohammed Morsi to relinquish power.

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“M.A....Rise”

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#21 Jul 4, 2013
FaithUSA wrote:
<quoted text>That didn't even make sense. I have blonde hair....if that's what you mean. But I know you have kinky black pube-hair on your head, Muhammad. You all do. LOL!
is brown blonde???? you have problem with my hair?

chrissy you didnt see me, but i saw you LOL

“M.A....Rise”

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#22 Jul 4, 2013
sara wrote:
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Oh my goodness!'Morsi supporters are more' are you kidding me? You know for a fact the there were over 30 million protesting and only a couple of thousand were pro Morsi, why are you lying?
You used to support Mubarak in the old days too, before the revolution! I honestly do not know where you get your information from :(
I never supported mubarak, i was only defending him as an egyptian against jewish posters who were insulting him

I was completely against him and his regime and still, Now regime of mubarak back to power.....Egyptian revolution is killed

unfortunately, mubarak media now practise its baised work against morsi

Morsi was stupid leader for allowing them, he wasted our great hope to see advanced egypt

Egypt will remain that weak and crap as usual

“M.A....Rise”

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#23 Jul 4, 2013
Lamer wrote:
And morsi supporters burning down churches and exchanging fire with the police. Send them to jail.
Hows the Morsi administration working out for you not lad?
Morsi administration are all arrested by gangs of mubarak,only morsi still protected by army forces He still bet that street backs him to power again

they didnt give them any chance for democracy so if it turned violent, they have to right too

Morsi is elected by 52% of egyptians.

Morsi's constitution is elected by 64% of egyptians.

Morsi actually won two times by egyptians through elections
IL Principe

HÝrning, Denmark

#24 Jul 4, 2013
Egyptian_lad wrote:
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Morsi administration are all arrested by gangs of mubarak,only morsi still protected by army forces He still bet that street backs him to power again
they didnt give them any chance for democracy so if it turned violent, they have to right too
Morsi is elected by 52% of egyptians.
Morsi's constitution is elected by 64% of egyptians.
Morsi actually won two times by egyptians through elections
But how many voted? The truth is quite simple. Morsi is a cu..nt. Mubarak is a cu...nt. You are a cu..nt.
IL Principe

HÝrning, Denmark

#25 Jul 4, 2013
Egyptian_lad wrote:
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Morsi administration are all arrested by gangs of mubarak,only morsi still protected by army forces He still bet that street backs him to power again
they didnt give them any chance for democracy so if it turned violent, they have to right too
Morsi is elected by 52% of egyptians.
Morsi's constitution is elected by 64% of egyptians.
Morsi actually won two times by egyptians through elections
There will NEVER be democracy in the Muddle East. Your posts shows quite clearly that you don't have a clue about democracy.

Democracy isn't about having the majority in parliament you dumb fcuking fanatic. Democracy is much more than that and Morsi didn't give a flying fcuk about democracy if he as an elected president tells his citizens to go to a private war.

He's another Hitler. Another Mubarak. Another Saddam Hussein, Another Osama Bin Laden.
danetoo

Madrid, Spain

#26 Jul 4, 2013
Egyptian_lad wrote:
<quoted text> I never supported mubarak, i was only defending him as an egyptian against jewish posters who were insulting him
I was completely against him and his regime and still, Now regime of mubarak back to power.....Egyptian revolution is killed
unfortunately, mubarak media now practise its baised work against morsi
Morsi was stupid leader for allowing them, he wasted our great hope to see advanced egypt
Egypt will remain that weak and crap as usual
Egyptian "revolution" ...

was a step back to the dark ages .. Egypt would have tinto another Iran, Afghanistan ... with Morsi at the helm ...

Just shows how incredibly uneducated people are that they'd want a religious party to lead them ..

As they say ...you get the government and rulers you deserve.

I don't know whether the present lot are any better .. but can't get much worse than Morsi !!
danetoo

Madrid, Spain

#27 Jul 4, 2013
IL Principe wrote:
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There will NEVER be democracy in the Muddle East. Your posts shows quite clearly that you don't have a clue about democracy.
Democracy isn't about having the majority in parliament you dumb fcuking fanatic. Democracy is much more than that and Morsi didn't give a flying fcuk about democracy if he as an elected president tells his citizens to go to a private war.
He's another Hitler. Another Mubarak. Another Saddam Hussein, Another Osama Bin Laden.
exactly ...
sara

Dagenham, UK

#28 Jul 6, 2013
Egyptian_lad wrote:
<quoted text>Im not kidding, this is the fact

No 30 millions protests, its great lie from egyptian media and zionist media.....they want to fire morsi by any mean

Morsi's supporters are more, The army cheated on world too, he showed images and films for morsi's supporters as they are opponents

they are cowards, its full military coup against the first elected president in egypt history

Morsi didn't shut down any tv channels or media but they now shut down all media that supports morsi, they will shut down internet too probably tonight

Millions in streets still give support to morsi, its finished
No, Morsi just arrested people that didn't agree with him! Many programmes were taken off air that is why he put a minister in charge of media!

Ill wait for a month and you too will agree that Morsi was shit!
sara

Dagenham, UK

#29 Jul 6, 2013
Egyptian_lad wrote:
<quoted text>I never supported mubarak, i was only defending him as an egyptian against jewish posters who were insulting him

I was completely against him and his regime and still, Now regime of mubarak back to power.....Egyptian revolution is killed

unfortunately, mubarak media now practise its baised work against morsi

Morsi was stupid leader for allowing them, he wasted our great hope to see advanced egypt

Egypt will remain that weak and crap as usual
You did support Mubarak! I am not going to bother to dig up old posts but did!

I have loads of family in Egypt EL, I know the true reflection of the majority of people protesting, you can lie as much as you want!

People wanted a true president, a president for ALL the people, his only aims were to put his cronies in charge, who had no education and were backward thinking! What did he expect to happen? The governor of Luxor (Who Morsi put there) was the leader of a terrorist group who massacred the tourists, was yet again a stupid decision on his part! He didn't condemn the killing of 4 shia's and the Islamists were calling for jihad against them! He was putting Christians in prison for teaching about all faiths, yet Abu Islam got a suspended sentence for burning a bible!! The only thing he was concerned about was police being allowed to have beards and banning porn, the people on the street are more concerned with feeding their families and having freedom to practise their faith and justice for all.

I truly hope that Egypt can have a president that cares for his people, first and foremost and religion should never play a part!
sara

Dagenham, UK

#31 Jul 6, 2013
muslimamomma wrote:
<quoted text>you're very wrong. Anti-morsi demonstrators were contained in tahrir square. There were no more than two million. Pro-democracy Egyptians far far outnumber that. They are rising in staggering numbers across the entire country, nit just tagrir square. Don't believe the first thing you read.....investigate.
Why don't you investigate? Do you have people there? They were at Tahir square and the road all the way down to the palace :)

Pro Morsi were a few thousand if that and they were in Nasr square, maybe you should read some other news outlets instead of the MB propaganda or maybe your husbands view :)

I always find it funny when people and their husbands who live in the west and have all the privileges that go along with that want their families/friends to live under MB and have no freedoms :(

Since: Mar 11

Hod Hasharon, Israel

#32 Jul 6, 2013
tsk tsk tsk....
sara

Dagenham, UK

#33 Jul 6, 2013
Ps I find it incredible that you call pro Morsi supporters, pro democracy, an oxymoron if ever I heard one!
The Patriot

Paris, France

#34 Jul 6, 2013
sara wrote:
Ps I find it incredible that you call pro Morsi supporters, pro democracy, an oxymoron if ever I heard one!
So true ! But it's an old trick of the people who manage to get their leader 'democratically' elected... so he can abolish democracy ! The nazis in 1933 called themselves pro-democracy too, unfortunately

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