Reasons for Tomorrow's Protest
Whoever says that there's no need to protest again tomorrow, please remember this:
- Fathy Soroor and Safwat El Sherif are still free and living as they please.
- Zakareya Azmy still has his job.
- Media people haven't all changed, and changing faces is not the aim. The main aim is changing their strategies.
- The referendum was only a joke; we voted on some "amendments" and then the constitutional decree had many unacceptable articles that we were not allowed to decide if we want. If this referendum was a real one, then we were supposed to vote on the whole constitution and not only some articles that the army chooses to stop us from objecting.
- If this ugly constitution will be changed before we vote for a new president, which is not a must. It will still be there for at least eight months during which the army can be as a dictator as Mubarak if they wish.
- The new protests' law is just a start that can lead to a series of oppression laws. If you think that these protests should stop, they shouldn't be stopped by force. This is against all international conventions, peaceful protesting is a legitimate right for everyone.
- The army used violence and oppression too many times to be forgiven. And why should we compare our army with that of Libya's? Why not compare it with Tunisia's army?
- The army does absolutely nothing without being pressured. If they don't want to arrest people except by law, then at least sack them. Hello? This is a revolution, we weren't joking!
Whoever says that by protesting tomorrow, we're harming Egypt's future, please remember this:
- Tomorrow is Friday; a day-off for almost everyone.
- Protests are in squares and won't be moving, this will NOT stop the traffic in the whole country.
- By protesting, we will not stop anyone from doing their work, reaching their destination, or sleeping at home.