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Cairo - IN PHOTOS: Violent Clashes In Egypt As Morsi Defends New Powers

Published on: November 23, 2012 01:58 PM
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Egyptian supporters and opponents of President Mohamed Morsi throw stone at anti-riot securrity forces during clashes following a rally over Morsi decrees, in tahrir square, Cairo, Egypt, 23 November 2012.  Supporters and opponents of President Mohamed Morsi rallied across Egypt on 23 November, one day after the Islamist leader passed decrees giving himself sweeping new powers. As Morsi was speaking on 23 November, police clashed with protesters near Tahrir Square where thousands of his opponents converged, demanding a reversal of the constitutional declaration.  EPA/KHALED ELFIQIEgyptian supporters and opponents of President Mohamed Morsi throw stone at anti-riot securrity forces during clashes following a rally over Morsi decrees, in tahrir square, Cairo, Egypt, 23 November 2012.  Supporters and opponents of President Mohamed Morsi rallied across Egypt on 23 November, one day after the Islamist leader passed decrees giving himself sweeping new powers. As Morsi was speaking on 23 November, police clashed with protesters near Tahrir Square where thousands of his opponents converged, demanding a reversal of the constitutional declaration.  EPA/KHALED ELFIQI

Cairo - Thousands of opponents of Egypt’s Islamist president clashed with his supporters in cities across the country Friday, burning several offices of the Muslim Brotherhood, in the most violent and widespread protests since Mohammed Morsi came to power, sparked by his move to grant himself sweeping powers.

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The violence reflected the increasingly dangerous polarization in Egypt over what course it will take nearly two years after the fall of autocrat Hosni Mubarak.

Critics of Morsi accused him of seizing dictatorial powers with his decrees a day earlier that make him immune to judicial oversight and give him authority to take any steps against “threats to the revolution”. On Friday, the president spoke before a crowd of his supporters massed in front of his palace and said his edits were necessary to stop a “minority” that was trying to block the goals of the revolution.

An Egyptian protects himself as other hurl stone at secutiry forces during clashes with security forces,in tahrir square, Cairo, Egypt, 23 November 2012.  Supporters and opponents of President Mohamed Morsi rallied across Egypt on 23 November, one day after the Islamist leader passed decrees giving himself sweeping new powers. As Morsi was speaking on 23 November, police clashed with protesters near Tahrir Square where thousands of his opponents converged, demanding a reversal of the constitutional declaration. (Credit: EPA)An Egyptian protects himself as other hurl stone at secutiry forces during clashes with security forces,in tahrir square, Cairo, Egypt, 23 November 2012.  Supporters and opponents of President Mohamed Morsi rallied across Egypt on 23 November, one day after the Islamist leader passed decrees giving himself sweeping new powers. As Morsi was speaking on 23 November, police clashed with protesters near Tahrir Square where thousands of his opponents converged, demanding a reversal of the constitutional declaration. (Credit: EPA)
Egyptian affected by tear gas run away from  during clashes with security forces,in tahrir square , Cairo, Egypt, 23 November 2012. Supporters and opponents of President Mohamed Morsi rallied across Egypt on 23 November, one day after the Islamist leader passed decrees giving himself sweeping new powers. As Morsi was speaking on 23 November, police clashed with protesters near Tahrir Square where thousands of his opponents converged, demanding a reversal of the constitutional declaration. (Credit: EPA)Egyptian affected by tear gas run away from during clashes with security forces,in tahrir square , Cairo, Egypt, 23 November 2012. Supporters and opponents of President Mohamed Morsi rallied across Egypt on 23 November, one day after the Islamist leader passed decrees giving himself sweeping new powers. As Morsi was speaking on 23 November, police clashed with protesters near Tahrir Square where thousands of his opponents converged, demanding a reversal of the constitutional declaration. (Credit: EPA)
An Egyptian protester holds a cross and a copy of the holy Koran, during a rally over Morsi decrees,in tahrir square, Cairo, Egypt, 23 November 2012. Opposition planned a mass rally to protest constitutional changes ordered by the Islamist President Morsi. Egyptian President Mohammed Morsi said on 23 November that a decree granting him sweeping powers was not designed to 'settle scores' with the opposition, but to ensure national stability. (Credit: EPA)An Egyptian protester holds a cross and a copy of the holy Koran, during a rally over Morsi decrees,in tahrir square, Cairo, Egypt, 23 November 2012. Opposition planned a mass rally to protest constitutional changes ordered by the Islamist President Morsi. Egyptian President Mohammed Morsi said on 23 November that a decree granting him sweeping powers was not designed to ‘settle scores’ with the opposition, but to ensure national stability. (Credit: EPA)
Egyptian President Morsi (C) waves to his supporters, as he delivers a speech, next to the Presidential Palace, in Cairo, Egypt, 23 November 2012. Thousands of Pro-Government prostesters gathered near the Presidential Palace as opposition planned a mass rally to protest constitutional changes ordered by the Islamist President Morsi.  Egyptian President Morsi said on 23 November that a decree granting him sweeping powers was not designed to 'settle scores' with the opposition, but to ensure national stability. (Credit: EPA)Egyptian President Morsi (C) waves to his supporters, as he delivers a speech, next to the Presidential Palace, in Cairo, Egypt, 23 November 2012. Thousands of Pro-Government prostesters gathered near the Presidential Palace as opposition planned a mass rally to protest constitutional changes ordered by the Islamist President Morsi.  Egyptian President Morsi said on 23 November that a decree granting him sweeping powers was not designed to ‘settle scores’ with the opposition, but to ensure national stability. (Credit: EPA)
Egyptian protesters shout slogans against President Morsi, during a rally over Morsi decrees,in tahrir square, Cairo, Egypt, 23 November 2012. Opposition planned a mass rally to protest constitutional changes ordered by the Islamist President Morsi. Egyptian President Mohammed Morsi said on 23 November that a decree granting him sweeping powers was not designed to 'settle scores' with the opposition, but to ensure national stability (Credit: EPA)Egyptian protesters shout slogans against President Morsi, during a rally over Morsi decrees,in tahrir square, Cairo, Egypt, 23 November 2012. Opposition planned a mass rally to protest constitutional changes ordered by the Islamist President Morsi. Egyptian President Mohammed Morsi said on 23 November that a decree granting him sweeping powers was not designed to ‘settle scores’ with the opposition, but to ensure national stability (Credit: EPA)
Egyptian Anti-riot security forces (not pictured) use water canon against supporters and opponents of President Mohamed Morsi,  during clashes following a rally over Morsi decrees,in tahrir square, Cairo, Egypt, 23 November 2012. Supporters and opponents of President Mohamed Morsi rallied across Egypt on 23 November, one day after the Islamist leader passed decrees giving himself sweeping new powers. As Morsi was speaking on 23 November, police clashed with protesters near Tahrir Square where thousands of his opponents converged, demanding a reversal of the constitutional declaration. (Credit: EPA)Egyptian Anti-riot security forces (not pictured) use water canon against supporters and opponents of President Mohamed Morsi,  during clashes following a rally over Morsi decrees,in tahrir square, Cairo, Egypt, 23 November 2012. Supporters and opponents of President Mohamed Morsi rallied across Egypt on 23 November, one day after the Islamist leader passed decrees giving himself sweeping new powers. As Morsi was speaking on 23 November, police clashed with protesters near Tahrir Square where thousands of his opponents converged, demanding a reversal of the constitutional declaration. (Credit: EPA)
Egyptian supporters and opponents of President Mohamed Morsi throw stone at anti-riot securrity forces during clashes following a rally over Morsi decrees, in tahrir square, Cairo, Egypt, 23 November 2012.  Supporters and opponents of President Mohamed Morsi rallied across Egypt on 23 November, one day after the Islamist leader passed decrees giving himself sweeping new powers. As Morsi was speaking on 23 November, police clashed with protesters near Tahrir Square where thousands of his opponents converged, demanding a reversal of the constitutional declaration. (Credit: EPA)Egyptian supporters and opponents of President Mohamed Morsi throw stone at anti-riot securrity forces during clashes following a rally over Morsi decrees, in tahrir square, Cairo, Egypt, 23 November 2012.  Supporters and opponents of President Mohamed Morsi rallied across Egypt on 23 November, one day after the Islamist leader passed decrees giving himself sweeping new powers. As Morsi was speaking on 23 November, police clashed with protesters near Tahrir Square where thousands of his opponents converged, demanding a reversal of the constitutional declaration. (Credit: EPA)
Egyptian protesters shout slogans against President Morsi, during a rally over Morsi decrees, in tahrir square, Cairo, Egypt, 23 November 2012. Opposition planned a mass rally to protest constitutional changes ordered by the Islamist President Morsi. Egyptian President Mohammed Morsi said on 23 November that a decree granting him sweeping powers was not designed to 'settle scores' with the opposition, but to ensure national stability. (Credit: EPA)Egyptian protesters shout slogans against President Morsi, during a rally over Morsi decrees, in tahrir square, Cairo, Egypt, 23 November 2012. Opposition planned a mass rally to protest constitutional changes ordered by the Islamist President Morsi. Egyptian President Mohammed Morsi said on 23 November that a decree granting him sweeping powers was not designed to ‘settle scores’ with the opposition, but to ensure national stability. (Credit: EPA)
Egyptian protesters shout slogans against President Morsi, during a rally over Morsi decrees, in tahrir square, Cairo, Egypt, 23 November 2012. Opposition planned a mass rally to protest constitutional changes ordered by the Islamist President Morsi. Egyptian President Mohammed Morsi said on 23 November that a decree granting him sweeping powers was not designed to 'settle scores' with the opposition, but to ensure national stability. (Credit: EPA)Egyptian protesters shout slogans against President Morsi, during a rally over Morsi decrees, in tahrir square, Cairo, Egypt, 23 November 2012. Opposition planned a mass rally to protest constitutional changes ordered by the Islamist President Morsi. Egyptian President Mohammed Morsi said on 23 November that a decree granting him sweeping powers was not designed to ‘settle scores’ with the opposition, but to ensure national stability. (Credit: EPA)
Egyptian supporters and opponents of President Mohamed Morsi run away from tear gas fired by anti-riot securrity forces (not pictured) during clashes following a rally over Morsi decrees,in tahrir square, Cairo, Egypt, 23 November 2012. Opposition planned a mass rally to protest constitutional changes ordered by the Islamist President Morsi. Egyptian President Mohammed Morsi said on 23 November that a decree granting him sweeping powers was not designed to 'settle scores' with the opposition, but to ensure national stability. (Credit: EPA)Egyptian supporters and opponents of President Mohamed Morsi run away from tear gas fired by anti-riot securrity forces (not pictured) during clashes following a rally over Morsi decrees,in tahrir square, Cairo, Egypt, 23 November 2012. Opposition planned a mass rally to protest constitutional changes ordered by the Islamist President Morsi. Egyptian President Mohammed Morsi said on 23 November that a decree granting him sweeping powers was not designed to ‘settle scores’ with the opposition, but to ensure national stability. (Credit: EPA)
Egyptian protesters shout against President Mohamed Morsi, during a rally over Morsi decrees,in tahrir square, Cairo, Egypt, 23 November 2012. Opposition planned a mass rally to protest constitutional changes ordered by the Islamist President Morsi. Egyptian President Mohammed Morsi said on 23 November that a decree granting him sweeping powers was not designed to 'settle scores' with the opposition, but to ensure national stability. (Credit: EPA)Egyptian protesters shout against President Mohamed Morsi, during a rally over Morsi decrees,in tahrir square, Cairo, Egypt, 23 November 2012. Opposition planned a mass rally to protest constitutional changes ordered by the Islamist President Morsi. Egyptian President Mohammed Morsi said on 23 November that a decree granting him sweeping powers was not designed to ‘settle scores’ with the opposition, but to ensure national stability. (Credit: EPA)
Egyptian protesters opposed to president Mohammed Morsi take cover during clashes near Tahrir Square in Cairo, Egypt, Friday, Nov. 23, 2012. Opponents and supporters of Mohammed Morsi clashed across Egypt on Friday, the day after the president granted himself sweeping new powers that critics fear can allow him to be a virtual dictator.(AP Photo/Mohammed Asad) (Credit: ASSOCIATED PRESS)Egyptian protesters opposed to president Mohammed Morsi take cover during clashes near Tahrir Square in Cairo, Egypt, Friday, Nov. 23, 2012. Opponents and supporters of Mohammed Morsi clashed across Egypt on Friday, the day after the president granted himself sweeping new powers that critics fear can allow him to be a virtual dictator.(AP Photo/Mohammed Asad) (Credit: ASSOCIATED PRESS)
Protesters storm an office of Egyptian President Mohammed Morsi's Muslim Brotherhood Freedom and Justice party and set fires in the Mediterranean port city of Alexandria, Egypt, Friday, Nov. 23, 2012. State TV says Morsi opponents also set fire to his party's offices in the Suez Canal cities of Suez, Port Said and Ismailia. Opponents and supporters of  Morsi clashed across Egypt on Friday, the day after the president granted himself sweeping new powers that critics fear can allow him to be a virtual dictator. (Credit: ASSOCIATED PRESS)Protesters storm an office of Egyptian President Mohammed Morsi’s Muslim Brotherhood Freedom and Justice party and set fires in the Mediterranean port city of Alexandria, Egypt, Friday, Nov. 23, 2012. State TV says Morsi opponents also set fire to his party’s offices in the Suez Canal cities of Suez, Port Said and Ismailia. Opponents and supporters of Morsi clashed across Egypt on Friday, the day after the president granted himself sweeping new powers that critics fear can allow him to be a virtual dictator. (Credit: ASSOCIATED PRESS)
Egyptian protesters opposed to president Mohammed Morsi try to breach a building used by Morsi supporters during clashes near Tahrir Square in Cairo, Egypt, Friday, Nov. 23, 2012. Opponents and supporters of Mohammed Morsi clashed across Egypt on Friday, the day after the president granted himself sweeping new powers that critics fear can allow him to be a virtual dictator.(AP Photo/Mohammed Asad) (Credit: ASSOCIATED PRESS)Egyptian protesters opposed to president Mohammed Morsi try to breach a building used by Morsi supporters during clashes near Tahrir Square in Cairo, Egypt, Friday, Nov. 23, 2012. Opponents and supporters of Mohammed Morsi clashed across Egypt on Friday, the day after the president granted himself sweeping new powers that critics fear can allow him to be a virtual dictator.(AP Photo/Mohammed Asad) (Credit: ASSOCIATED PRESS)
Protesters hurl stones during clashes between supporters and opponents of President Mohammed Morsi in Alexandria, Egypt, Friday, Nov. 23, 2012. Opponents and supporters of Mohammed Morsi clashed across Egypt on Friday, the day after the president granted himself sweeping new powers that critics fear can allow him to be a virtual dictator. Thousands from the two camps threw stones and chunks of marble at each other outside a mosque in the Mediterranean city of Alexandria after Friday Muslim prayers.(AP Photo/Tarek Fawzy) (Credit: ASSOCIATED PRESS)Protesters hurl stones during clashes between supporters and opponents of President Mohammed Morsi in Alexandria, Egypt, Friday, Nov. 23, 2012. Opponents and supporters of Mohammed Morsi clashed across Egypt on Friday, the day after the president granted himself sweeping new powers that critics fear can allow him to be a virtual dictator. Thousands from the two camps threw stones and chunks of marble at each other outside a mosque in the Mediterranean city of Alexandria after Friday Muslim prayers.(AP Photo/Tarek Fawzy) (Credit: ASSOCIATED PRESS)
Egyptian protesters opposed to President Mohammed Morsi break into the offices of the Freedom and Justice Party, the political wing of the Muslim Brotherhood, in Alexandria, Egypt, Friday, Nov. 23, 2012. Opponents and supporters of Mohammed Morsi clashed across Egypt on Friday, the day after the president granted himself sweeping new powers that critics fear can allow him to be a virtual dictator. The anti-Morsi protesters stormed a Brotherhood office in front of a mosque after Friday prayers. At least 15 people were hurt in the clash, medical officials said. (Credit: ASSOCIATED PRESS)Egyptian protesters opposed to President Mohammed Morsi break into the offices of the Freedom and Justice Party, the political wing of the Muslim Brotherhood, in Alexandria, Egypt, Friday, Nov. 23, 2012. Opponents and supporters of Mohammed Morsi clashed across Egypt on Friday, the day after the president granted himself sweeping new powers that critics fear can allow him to be a virtual dictator. The anti-Morsi protesters stormed a Brotherhood office in front of a mosque after Friday prayers. At least 15 people were hurt in the clash, medical officials said. (Credit: ASSOCIATED PRESS)
Protesters hurl stones during clashes between supporters and opponents of President Mohammed Morsi in Alexandria, Egypt, Friday, Nov. 23, 2012. Opponents and supporters of Mohammed Morsi clashed across Egypt on Friday, the day after the president granted himself sweeping new powers that critics fear can allow him to be a virtual dictator. Thousands from the two camps threw stones and chunks of marble at each other outside a mosque in the Mediterranean city of Alexandria after Friday Muslim prayers.(AP Photo/Tarek Fawzy) (Credit: ASSOCIATED PRESS)Protesters hurl stones during clashes between supporters and opponents of President Mohammed Morsi in Alexandria, Egypt, Friday, Nov. 23, 2012. Opponents and supporters of Mohammed Morsi clashed across Egypt on Friday, the day after the president granted himself sweeping new powers that critics fear can allow him to be a virtual dictator. Thousands from the two camps threw stones and chunks of marble at each other outside a mosque in the Mediterranean city of Alexandria after Friday Muslim prayers.(AP Photo/Tarek Fawzy) (Credit: ASSOCIATED PRESS)
Protesters hurl stones during clashes between supporters and opponents of President Mohammed Morsi in Alexandria, Egypt, Friday, Nov. 23, 2012. Opponents and supporters of Mohammed Morsi clashed across Egypt on Friday, the day after the president granted himself sweeping new powers that critics fear can allow him to be a virtual dictator. Thousands from the two camps threw stones and chunks of marble at each other outside a mosque in the Mediterranean city of Alexandria after Friday Muslim prayers.  (Credit: ASSOCIATED PRESS)Protesters hurl stones during clashes between supporters and opponents of President Mohammed Morsi in Alexandria, Egypt, Friday, Nov. 23, 2012. Opponents and supporters of Mohammed Morsi clashed across Egypt on Friday, the day after the president granted himself sweeping new powers that critics fear can allow him to be a virtual dictator. Thousands from the two camps threw stones and chunks of marble at each other outside a mosque in the Mediterranean city of Alexandria after Friday Muslim prayers.  (Credit: ASSOCIATED PRESS)
Protesters hurl stones during clashes between supporters and opponents of President Mohammed Morsi in Alexandria, Egypt, Friday, Nov. 23, 2012. Opponents and supporters of Mohammed Morsi clashed across Egypt on Friday, the day after the president granted himself sweeping new powers that critics fear can allow him to be a virtual dictator. Thousands from the two camps threw stones and chunks of marble at each other outside a mosque in the Mediterranean city of Alexandria after Friday Muslim prayers.  (Credit: ASSOCIATED PRESS)Protesters hurl stones during clashes between supporters and opponents of President Mohammed Morsi in Alexandria, Egypt, Friday, Nov. 23, 2012. Opponents and supporters of Mohammed Morsi clashed across Egypt on Friday, the day after the president granted himself sweeping new powers that critics fear can allow him to be a virtual dictator. Thousands from the two camps threw stones and chunks of marble at each other outside a mosque in the Mediterranean city of Alexandria after Friday Muslim prayers.  (Credit: ASSOCIATED PRESS)
Supporters of Egyptian President Mohammed Morsi chant slogans and wave his campaign posters outside the Presidential palace, background, in Cairo, Egypt, Friday, Nov. 23, 2012. Supporters and opponents of Egypt's Islamist president staged rival rallies Friday after he assumed sweeping new powers, a clear show of the deepening polarization plaguing the country.(AP Photo/Ahmed Abd el Fatah) (Credit: ASSOCIATED PRESS)Supporters of Egyptian President Mohammed Morsi chant slogans and wave his campaign posters outside the Presidential palace, background, in Cairo, Egypt, Friday, Nov. 23, 2012. Supporters and opponents of Egypt’s Islamist president staged rival rallies Friday after he assumed sweeping new powers, a clear show of the deepening polarization plaguing the country.(AP Photo/Ahmed Abd el Fatah) (Credit: ASSOCIATED PRESS)
Supporters of Egyptian President Mohammed Morsi chant slogans and wave his campaign posters outside the Presidential palace in Cairo, Egypt, Friday, Nov. 23, 2012. Supporters and opponents of Egypt's Islamist president staged rival rallies Friday after he assumed sweeping new powers, a clear show of the deepening polarization plaguing the country.(AP Photo/Ahmed Gomaa) (Credit: ASSOCIATED PRESS)Supporters of Egyptian President Mohammed Morsi chant slogans and wave his campaign posters outside the Presidential palace in Cairo, Egypt, Friday, Nov. 23, 2012. Supporters and opponents of Egypt’s Islamist president staged rival rallies Friday after he assumed sweeping new powers, a clear show of the deepening polarization plaguing the country.(AP Photo/Ahmed Gomaa) (Credit: ASSOCIATED PRESS)
Supporters of Egyptian President Mohammed Morsi chant slogans and wave is campaign posters and a national flag outside the Presidential Palace in Cairo, Egypt, Friday, Nov. 23, 2012. Supporters and opponents of Egypt's Islamist president staged rival rallies Friday after he assumed sweeping new powers, a clear show of the deepening polarization plaguing the country. (Credit: ASSOCIATED PRESS)Supporters of Egyptian President Mohammed Morsi chant slogans and wave is campaign posters and a national flag outside the Presidential Palace in Cairo, Egypt, Friday, Nov. 23, 2012. Supporters and opponents of Egypt’s Islamist president staged rival rallies Friday after he assumed sweeping new powers, a clear show of the deepening polarization plaguing the country. (Credit: ASSOCIATED PRESS)
Protesters rush a wounded comrade to a field hospital in Tahrir Square, Friday, Nov. 23, 2012. Supporters and opponents of Egypt's Islamist President Mohammed Morsi staged rival rallies Friday after he assumed sweeping new powers, a clear show of the deepening polarization plaguing the country. In a Thursday, Nov. 22, 2012 decree Morsi put himself above the judiciary and also exempted the Islamist-dominated constituent assembly writing Egypt's new constitution from judicial review. (Credit: ASSOCIATED PRESS)Protesters rush a wounded comrade to a field hospital in Tahrir Square, Friday, Nov. 23, 2012. Supporters and opponents of Egypt’s Islamist President Mohammed Morsi staged rival rallies Friday after he assumed sweeping new powers, a clear show of the deepening polarization plaguing the country. In a Thursday, Nov. 22, 2012 decree Morsi put himself above the judiciary and also exempted the Islamist-dominated constituent assembly writing Egypt’s new constitution from judicial review. (Credit: ASSOCIATED PRESS)

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 Nov 23, 2012 at 02:17 PM Upset Says:

These scenes look very much like the West Bank Arabs throwing stones at Israeli police. Morsi has said that the Israelis are oppressing the Palistinian people. Now it seems that he is being accused by his own people of very same thing. I wonder if Hashem is giving Morsi instant payback for his evil rheteric and lies against Israel? Just a thought! (I ask the VIN people to please don't say the usual responses how do I know what Hashem is doing. I am only wondering and thinking out loud)

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 Nov 23, 2012 at 03:09 PM DRE53 Says:

I love these "peace makers" like Morsi who pretend to be peace loving and brokering a cease fire between israel and chamas, yet in his own country fighting is on its highest level.
Reminds me of one of the satmar rabbis who decided to make sholom with belz but somehow cannot get along with his own brother.

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 Nov 23, 2012 at 03:12 PM DRE53 Says:

I love these "peace makers" like Morsi who pretend to be peace loving and brokering a cease fire between israel and chamas, yet in his own country fighting is on its highest level.
Reminds me of one of the satmar rabbis who decided to make sholom with belz but somehow cannot get along with his own brother.

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 Nov 24, 2012 at 01:01 PM HeshyEmes Says:

Did anyone read Orwell's Animal Farm? This is a classic example of having a revolution against a dictator in the name of Democracy & then becoming a worse dictator when coming to power. As the pigs told the other animals, "yes, we are all equal, but some of us are more equal than others"!

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 Nov 24, 2012 at 07:09 PM victorg Says:

May both sides lose a slow and painful war

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 Nov 24, 2012 at 07:42 PM Anonymous Says:

Above- a man with a Cross and a Quran. No wonder no one is answering him.

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