Parvez Sharma: #GayinEgypt

BY Parvez Sharma

February 09 2011 6:30 PM ET

Sharma:
tomorrow? wont everyone march to helioplis?
MMQahira:
depressed not at all
hopeful definitely
i'm not marching every where. i am an observer not a participator
Sharma:
this is imp--do u think this is a twitter or fb revolution or is it way more than that?
MMQahira:
twitter and fb are merely a medium through which people can spread ideas
Sharma:
but most of the protestors r poor and not on twitter and fb right?
esp in smaller cities
MMQahira:
protestors
are of every age and social class…but in cairo…it is the educated young
generation that was able to get the ball rolling because they have the
means and knowledge…all other ppl followed
Sharma:
OK
what do u think will happen tmrw?
u think they can march towards heliopolis?
MMQahira:
absolutely not
Sharma:
its a long walk from tahrir for sure!
MMQahira:
that's a factor
Sharma:
why do u think they cannot walk?
MMQahira:
because the military is now again taking orders from the minister of defense who is in the ndp's umbrella
Sharma:
so what? if 2 million ppl start walking then?

MMQahira:

we'll have to wait and see
it would be a miracle
Sharma:
well do u think tmrw is big?
MMQahira:
what we all really wish for is that mubarak truely reaches out to people heart-to-heart
to give us any glimpse that we could trust his regime
but quite the opposite is happening....that's what i do not understand





































what do u mean?
dont u think it was his guys?
MMQahira:
of course we all think so
Sharma:
but?
MMQahira:
but where is the proof?
Sharma:
so who else cud it be?
MMQahira:
i don't know!
Sharma:
the brothers? no way?
El B no way?
MMQahira:
there's no reason i could think of to justify that it would be the brotherhood
Sharma:
let me say this
MMQahira:
go ahead
Sharma:
it seems people were paid between 100 to 500 pounds even those guys on horses
and the molotovs they are making on 6th october seems to be their guys
MMQahira:
they were not only throwing them from the bridge
they had taken over 2 buildings
and were receiving supplies of gasoline on a regular basis
to fill up the molotovs in the comfort of the building's roof
to throw down
Sharma:
tell me what are u thinking? whats going on in your mind? what emotions?
MMQahira:
anger
that the truth never prevails
and no revolution ever turns out as expected
Sharma:
depressed?
hopeful?
MMQahira:
and shocked at how mubarak's regime was able to divide the people's views and deceive them







































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