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I am really shocked by the mob killing of four Shia Muslims in Egypt. The silence of president Morsi on such brutal killing adds another layer of failure of this president and his Freedom and Justice Party (the political arm of the Muslim brotherhood) in the governing of Egypt.

On Jan. 25, 2011, Egyptian people of all religions, sects, ages, colors and professions succeeded in bringing down Hosni Mubarak after 30 years of iron-fisted rule. Ever since Morsi came to power, Egypt suffered many problems, economic, security, safety on the streets, high unemployment and discrimination of different forms. The killing of these four Shia goes against the teaching of Islam and all other religions. Egypt’s grand Mufti condemned this brutal action.

It is important that Egypt remove this president or start another revolution. On the first anniversary of Morsi’s rule, on June 30, Egyptians are planning to go back on the streets to request that Morsi steps down. Morsi’s government is planning to stop all trains and public transportation to prevent people from joining in this gathering. I hope our country will support the Egyptian people in their second revolution and not support Morsi.

Hamza El-Nakhal
Davis

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  • zabaJune 29, 2013 - 10:52 pm

    Hamza: Thank you for your words: I am really shocked by the mob killing of four Shia Muslims in Egypt. Islam has chalked up 270 million deaths over 1400 years of history and you are shocked by four deaths? Be assured Morsi is not. Any kaffir (non muzlim- I'm a proud one myself) that studies islam knows you are simply fulfilling the-most-perfect-man mohammed's instruction that all muzlims have 'his' permission to lie in order to promote islam. It is, as you know, called takiya. You are constantly promoting islam. Fellow citizens: Arm yourselves with knowledge about islam; do the research, draw your own conclusions using critical thinking. See islam 101 at jihadwatch.org and/or the excellent informational tabs on thereligionofpeace.com.

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