While the Egyptians experienced more misery and misery on the ninth anniversary of the massacre of Rabaa Al-Adawiya and Al-Nahda, questions are raised about what Egypt witnessed over the course of 9 years of events and what the country has reached as an indirect result of the massacre, and what the Egyptian people have pushed and paid since the dispersal until today.
And as the Egyptians woke up at dawn on August 14, 2013, to the impact of a human massacre described by Human Rights Watch as “crimes against humanity, and the most serious illegal mass killing incidents in modern Egyptian history. He attacked a young man and his mother with a white weapon in Damietta Governorate, to the extent that the victim and his mother’s hand was amputated in front of people’s eyes, causing them to suffer disabilities and cut hands.”
The night of the fall of Egypt
Nine years before the Damietta disaster, army and police forces, armed with all their weapons and equipment, stormed the sit-in headquarters of the supporters of the martyr President Mohamed Morsi, which lasted from June 30, 2013 until August 14, 2013 in Rabaa al-Adawiya squares east of Cairo and al-Nahda squares west of Cairo.
Those forces committed the most heinous massacres of killing, sniping and burning against thousands of protesters who rejected the coup of the butcher Sisi on July 3, 2013. Estimates of the number of dead, according to the report of the Egyptian Ministry of Health, amounted to 670 dead and about 4400 injured.
However, the estimates of the field hospital in Rab’a and al-Nahda, the estimates of the Muslim Brotherhood and some human rights organizations indicate that the death toll is more than 4,000 protestors.
With every horrific incident in Egyptian society that appears affected by acts of bullying, Egyptians evoke the memory of the dispersal of the Rabaa sit-ins and the bloody renaissance, and the controversy is renewed about the relationship of the spread of these types of strange and cruel crimes to the spread of violent behavior and bullying of the army, police and judiciary, whether with executions or extrajudicial killings as in Sinai Finally, corrupt bribe judges killed their concubines, as happened with Judge Ayman Hajjaj and media victim Shaima Jamal.
Observers believe that thugs, such as the criminal “Ibrahim Al-Khayat”, the perpetrator of the Kafr al-Batekh incident in Damietta, are accustomed to the shocking and bloody scenes mixed with acts of thuggery, violence and murder, carried out by the Ministry of the Interior and the army in the dispersal of the Rabaa and Al-Nahda sit-ins, then moved to reality little by little in repeated scenes.
Mazen Shabana, the victim’s brother, says, “I demand a speedy trial for the thug “Ibrahim Al-Khayyat” who tried to slaughter my brother “Mohammed Shabana” in front of people and cut his neck with a sharp instrument and cut him in the neck 10 cm and cut the tendons of his hands and then continued while he was lying on the ground and when my mother tried to defend He completed it by cutting off her left hand.
Activist Muhammad Suleiman says, “Whoever says that this bullying is apparent because of the zaribah films is still wrong. Bullying has existed since the Mubarak days. These films are only to remain justified or will be sanctioned for the mind. In reality, an unclean army project wants to make a gang for itself under the name that the films are what you made in order to find out.” “.
The biggest thug
Since the dispersal, the butcher Sisi – the biggest thug – has shed the blood of the people by killing what he wants without account or supervision, and he has issued death sentences, so the lives of Egyptians have turned into uninterrupted funerals, and since the coup the people have not known the taste of joy, everyone who opposes him is accused and criminal, the Egyptian politician Tariq Morsi, He says that “the dispersal of Rab’a is not just a memorial or annual weeping, but in fact it is a moral crime, a sin and a crime that requires a curse and punishment.”
He added, “The dispersal was not just souls that were killed or body parts scattered, although lives and human life were greater and for the sake of sacred things, but it was a collapse of the wall of patriotism and a breaking of the barrier of brotherhood between the components of the people, and a fall of the values of mercy, humanity, justice and duty.”
“Some may view what happened in Rab’a as victory or victory on one side and defeat and defeat on the other, and some may treat it as a political conflict that can be accepted within the framework of the scramble for power, the ideological scramble, or even sectarianism,” according to Morsi.
And he continues, “But after 8 years of this tragedy, we can see that the blood that was shed in Rab’a turns every day into a curse and revenge that affects everyone who accepts it and transcends it.”
“In fact, the seriousness of this historical crime is that blood curses affect everyone, and that the homeland as a homeland and its residents represented in the people of Egypt suffer at all levels and with the utmost cruelty.”
The former Egyptian parliamentarian wonders, “Isn’t Egypt the state being detracted from its prestige and pride? Rather, even its geographic area in the south and north, isn’t Egypt the state standing today on the brink of perishing by starvation and thirst after it was about to lose the lifeline of Egyptians?”
He continues, “Doesn’t the Egyptian people suffer from high prices, lack of blessing, conflict, failure, moral deterioration, social, cultural, health and economic downfall, and all aspects of life?”
“Has anyone escaped from the Egyptian people from the oppression of power? Is anyone saved from the causes of oppression, hardship of life, bullying and bad morals? Morsi completes his questions.
And he added, “It is the punishment of heaven that affects everyone, and it will not be lifted except by responding to grievances, lifting the sword of injustice from the oppressed, standing against the oppressor, and redressing the weak.”
And he concludes, “and all of them are value scales that we must realize today or tomorrow before the flood burns us all.”
The Damietta crime and the pictures circulating about it of the thug Ibrahim Al-Khayat sparked great anger among the users of social networking sites, who demanded that the perpetrator be prosecuted, and that the most severe punishment be inflicted on him, to deter those who practice bullying, and they do not know that bullying is an inherent part of the policy of the military gang.
Source: بوابة الحرية والعدالة by fj-p.com.
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