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Canadian artist and counter-jihad and freedom of speech activist as well as devout Schrödinger's catholic

3 Replies to “BBC Reporter Jeremy Bowen Shot In The Head In Egypt”

  1. ‘Heavily armed Islamists attacked us’: Cairo residents

    Eyewitnesses the violence that erupted in Cairo’s Manial neighborhood that killed at least seven tells their testimony

    “The Brotherhood attacked the area with all kinds of weapons,” said resident Mohammed Yehya, who lost three of his friends in the mayhem.

    Inhabitants of the Nile island of Manial reported seeing dozens of bearded Islamists armed with machineguns, machetes and sticks on Friday night before the deadly clashes broke out.

    Snipers were spotted on rooftops, and medics told AFP they treated some residents of the normally quiet middle-class neighbourhood for bullet wounds with a downward trajectory.

    Residents say the attack began just minutes afer the Brotherhood’s supreme guide, Mohammed Badie, gave a fiery speech to Morsi supporters camped out in Cairo’s Nasr City, which was broadcast live on television.

    “The attack came minutes after Badie’s speech. They treated us like infidels. They were chanting ‘Allahu akbar’ as they were shooting us,” said Ahmed Fattouh.

    “The clashes started at 7:30 pm and continued until three in the morning. Their ammunition just didn’t run out. They are trying to terrorise us and take over the country,” said Khaled Tawfik.


    video – CAIRO – Clashes in Manial :

  2. So will the BBC wise up?

    I think I might know someone at the BBC second hand. Maybe I can find out what they think or what maybe going on in parts of the BBC.

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