Honoring Those Who Died in Egypt’s Protests

Feb. 13, 2011 Honoring Those Who Died in Egypt’s Protests and a website memorial has been established to put faces and names to those who were killed in the 18 days of protests in Egypt.

The memorial website is called: 1ooo Memories and many of the faces of of young men and women who fought for their rights to protest their government for basic human rights.

Hosni Mubarak has to live with 300 deaths he caused directly by defying the will of Egyptian people, his own people.

For 18 days he fought the demands for his removal from office and his greed for remaining in power was stronger than his humanity as a man.  He was a coward who needed an army to protect him from his own people.

Hosni Mubarak is considered a snake, a coward, lower than a man and one of the most brutal of modern day rulers.  Approximately 1,000 or more were injured by his hands and this memorial will stand as well as graves for the dead as a testament to his inhumane brutal span of 30 years as an oppressor of human rights and dignity.

The dead will be remembered for their honor, their sacrifices and their love of country.

These innocents were either shot at, beaten, run over by vehicles, hit on the head, bled to death and suffered horribly at the hands of Hosni Mubarak’s thugs and secret police.  These thugs did not have the guts to say who they were working for as they would walk up to a person innocently at first and then do a surprise attack by punching and hitting them once they were in range.

These thugs attacked international reporters from around the world, peace activists, members of the Egyptian opposition parties and anyone they felt like beating up.  The activists who were jailed, and who’s offices were ransacked fell victim to these brutal attacks by a desperate dictator handing on to the shreds of power.

Mubarak had no longer the respect he beat into people, he lost face and he was no longer their President however he is still on Egypt’s soil in a luxury palace in Sharm el-Sheikh on the Red Sea. Mubarak had choices and he chose the worst one that would take lives with him as he said he would die on Egyptian soil, he took the blood of 300 people before his own death.

1000 Memories Website Honoring the 300 Dead in Egypt Protests Feb. 2011

1000 Memories Website Honoring the 300 Dead in Egypt Protests Feb. 2011

Much like other dictators of the world, Mubarak stole a lot of money from Egypt, and the protesters are calling for the return of their assets that Mubarak siphoned away for over thirty years.

So far, only the Banks of Switzerland have frozen Mubarak’s personal bank accounts, the USA, UK, France, Germany, Dubai, Saudi Arabia and other countries have not come forth or volunteered any information on Mubarak’s stolen money.

A full investigation is presumed to be underway to bring Mubarak to justice and to recover the stolen money in the world’s banks and return the funds to Egypt’s new government.

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Sites that linked to this article:  1000 Memories Sally Zahran Memorial Page

Memorial of Egypt’s Heroes

Memorial of Sally Zahran and all those who died for the freedom of Egypt under the brutal dictator Hosni Mubarak.

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