The title of an Al-Arabiya article released on January 25, 2013 is “SIX Egyptians KILLED in CLASHES with security forces: correspondent” (Web-site/URL: http://english.alarabiya.net/articles/2013/01/25/262425.html).
“The secular-leaning opposition called for mass street protests against President Mursi (Morsy) and the Muslim Brotherhood from which he hails, using the same slogan that brought Egypt to its feet in 2011: “Bread, FREEDOM, (and) SOCIAL JUSTICE”. Of course “freedom (and) social justice” stand out here because without DIGNITY WE HAVE NOTHING/LIFE WOULD BE MEANINGLESS.
“opposition leader and former head of the U.N.’s atomic agency (IAEA) Mohamed ElBaradei wrote on his Twitter account” “Go out into the squares to FINALLY achieve the objectives of the revolution”. This is A RALLYING CRY/A CALL TO ARMS/ACTION.
“Ahmed Maher, founder of the April 6 (2010) movement that helped mobilize the uprising against Mubarak through social media” told Reuters“:. “It (the protest) will be AGAINST the Brotherhood” obviously. “The goals of the revolution HAVE NOT been realized yet” again obviously.
“one of the protesters, only identified as Rasha”, told AFP: “The smoke is black, there is a lot of GAS. There are people ON THE GROUND because THEY CAN’T BREATHE”. In other words, people are SUFFOCATING.
“The Muslim Brotherhood has not officially called for its own rallies, marking the anniversary instead by launching a charitable and social initiative dubbed “TOGETHER, we will build Egypt”. This is yet more PROPAGANDA.
“Mursi (Morsy) urged Egyptians to mark the revolution’s anniversary in a “PEACEFUL and CIVILIZED (?) way” in a speech on Thursday to mark the birthday of the Muslim Prophet Mohammed”.
“The threat of violence, however, remained, with a court verdict due on Saturday (January 26, 2013) in the trial of dozens of defendants over the country’s WORST football disaster”.
More than 70 people were KILLED in Port Said in February last year during clashes in the Suez Canal city between fans of home side Al-Masry and the Ultras of Cairo’s Al-Ahly”.
“On Friday (January 25, 2013), the judicial postponed a Port Said hearing indefinitely”.
Finally, “Ahly supporters warned of violent protests and a “NEW revolution” should the verdict not rule in their favor”. WE CAN’T AFFORD “a new revolution”. TOO MANY LIVES HAVE BEEN LOST ALREADY.
These numbers (i.e. number of PEOPLE KILLED) just continue to MOUNT.