A scary time for Egypt, and as a Canadian Egyptian with many loved ones runescape gold there, I fear for their safety and the future of Egypt. Protests were peaceful in the Mobarak days, until pro Mobarak protesters used violence, and later many admitted they were promised money and only received a portion of what was promised. When millions demonstrated against Morsi, it was also peaceful. The pro Morsi protests which are significantly smaller began by using violence, not words to get their message across. Unfortunately police forces have to use extreme measures
RS3gold.com, as a team of highly demanding and skilled gamers, has specialized in offering various kinds of RS products for years, including gold, account, items, power leveling and more with 24 hour online support. In the past years, we have dealt with millions of orders for hundreds and thousands of customers, building a firm customer base. We sincerely thank each of customers for his/her long term support and trust, and we are striving to keep improving our site and our service to repay all of customers, both old and new.
when peaceful anti Morsi civilians and police forces themselves were being attacked and murdered. I do not support the violence, but I feel the media is looking at one side of the story. In the time Morsi has been in power, he has destroyed the country. He has not addressed any of the concerns of the Egyptian people, and instead used religion to govern the country. His plans for the future are terrifying, I wish the media would include his plans to divide the country into Christian and Muslim, his plans to give land to other countries, to create hatred and prejudice, which has already happened.
The Muslim Brotherhood's ties to alqaeda scare me, and I do not understand why so many countries are pushing for Morsi to be reinstated. Not long ago there was a time when Muslim, Christian and Jewish Egyptians lived in harmony. I should also mention that I myself am Muslim. In fact for over 40 days the pro Morsi protesters were peacefully sitting on the streets calling for the return of legitimate and democratically elected president Morsi that was forcefully toppled in a Military coup. It was the Military Junta in Egypt that used violence and brutality to clear the pro Morsi protesters form the streets. They massacred over 700 pro Morsi protesters to achieve their target. This what happened and the whole world saw it. Even if you hate Morsi, you should be kind enough to distaste mass killing of peaceful protesters.
Debra Messing and Eric McCormack reflect on the impact of
If you were a fan of Must See TV in the late 1990s, you were undoubtedly familiar with NBC's groundbreaking sitcom, Will Grace, which featured, for the first time on primetime TV, two openly gay lead characters. With 16 Emmy Awards under its belt, this highly rated and critical acclaimed show paved the way for many more trailblazing shows to follow, and lives on in its new home on WeTV and LOGO TV, starting this Fall.
Piers Morgan welcomed the two stars of the show, Will McCormack Debra Messing, to his studio for a nostalgic look back at this culturally important series.
Happy Halloween 2019!Up to 8% off RS3 Gold&OSRS Gold on RS3gold.com for you Till Nov.4!
Welcome to Use Code RAP8 to buy from https://www.rs3gold.com
Long-Term Discount Code:RSGACC for you to buy Up to 10% off RS 2007 Account Anytime!