A) No - they should be arrested B) Yes - they should keep protesting until they win C) What are you talking about?
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Norah, I'd like to understand your view and experience of this better. I don't get how something can be boring and dangerous at the same time, lol. Do you mean that you would prefer to live under the security of a military dictatorship? What do you see as the dangers posed by nonviolent political protest? What about the risks of state repression and economic stagnation? What has your and your family's experience been of the changes that have happened so far?
I don't mean bored as in bored.. i mean.. i'm tired of them.. they're useless and it's just making the country more dangerous to live in..now adays .. revolutions aren't helping the country.. all they do is burn down buildings and kill soldiers and civilians.. do you really think it's worth all that? today over 40 people were killed.. and like 200 injured.. everyday lots of people die and some get serious injuries.. in the end they won't get what they want ._.
Sorry to be so late getting back to this. If I was as certain as you that these demonstrations couldn't win what the Egyptian people want, I would agree with you that it's not worth all the losses. But I do think they can be effective at preventing the military from retaining the lion's share of political power even after elections, as they have stated their intention to do. Democracy has not been won anywhere without awful sacrifices.
B- if their new government is not doing a good job, then they should start another revolution, citizens should have a voice, and they clearly dont want military leaders to run the country, but the military leaders refuse to step down or change the constitution
Legal rights? This is a revolution!
If we were willing to exercise our legal rights, we wouldn't revolt in the 1st place. How are you supposed to care about laws when you are in the process of changing them?
I am sorry Non-Egyptians are so stupid XP
None of the above.
They are obviously not acting within their legal rights. When a government and its laws become tyrannical it should be opposed. There is a long history of civil disobedience opposing egregious laws.
will you cant judge, if you lived in one of those countries you will understand how they feel and understand why they revolted in the first place, its a big deal
I'm bored of freaking revolutions.. they're just messing up the country.. and making it more dangerous to live in ._.
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lol well im libyan, are you egyptian? or just live there?
Sweetheart.. i live in egypt..