Thursday, June 01, 2006

Our friend Mubarak

The outrage over how the criminals in Abu Ghraib were treated was justifiable; the left’s obsession over what was an anomaly in order to discredit the war effort and Bush was not. What is not an anomaly but rather a common practice is the treatment journalist and demonstrators receive at the hands of our friends the Egyptians. Read first hand how blogger Mohamed el-Sharqawi was kidnapped, beaten and sexually abused. Blogger Alaa has been in prison for 25 days now for his peaceful protest. Today more demonstrators are being arrested. This is a regime that we support to the tune of 5 billion dollars a year. Where’s the outrage for this? Here's some more love from the state run Egyptian media. Egyptian TV promotes anti-American hatred


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