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An Account from Egypt


One of the many accounts coming in from #Egypt

"I attended many janazahs today of some of the most vibrant youth you will ever see. I heard the screams of anguish of the mothers from deep within their souls at the loss of their sons, daughters, husbands, fathers and mothers. The masjids were filled and the people continued to protest in the streets.

I cried today more than when my own daughter passed away. I cry for those who died in the most violent of manners and I cry because I wasn't of those that Allah swt picked. I also cry for a country that has forgotten Allah swt. For citizens who are subhuman. Who are blind to the truth and who rejoice at the misery of others, not respectful enough to stay silent.

I never understood these ayahs in Surat al Baqarah as I do today. Verses 7 to 18. I will write the last 2 verses: Their example is that of one who kindled a fire, but when it illuminated what was around him, Allah took away their light and left them in darkness so they could not see. Deaf, dumb and blind -so they will not return to the right path.

I spent the afternoon in Masjid al Iman speaking to reporters and videotaping the dead. The masjid was full of bodies that couldn't be buried because FAMILIES WERE REFUSING TO SAY THEIR LOVED ONES HAD COMMITTED SUICIDE SO THE GOVERNMENT DIDN'T HAVE TO ADMIT THAT THEY HAD MASSACRED OVER 2600 PEOPLE.

All of you who defend the army and the police and make excuses are complacent in these events. I spoke to a woman today that could barely talk. I asked her what happened and she told me they killed them all. I said who. THEY HAD PUT THE KIDS AND YOUNG GIRLS TO SAFETY IN THE SECOND FLOOR OF THE MASJID AND THEN WHEN SHE WENT TO GET THEM THE ARMY AND POLICE HAD FIRE BOMBED THE MASJID BURNING THEM ALIVE.

What kind of Muslim burns down a masjid, let alone kills innocent children? May all of those who took part in these events either passively or actively, including anyone that supports them, may they feel the misery that these families felt. That is what they deserve."

- Rania Lawendy
Vision Without Glasses


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