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The increase in incidents of violence tarnish the image of Egypt as a peaceful and safe country. It's about time authorities and people together work for making Egypt stable once again.
Over 75 football fans killed and over 1300 others injured in the worst football riots in recent history that took place in Portsaid Stadium, Egypt. Egypt declared an official 3 day state of mourning.
Today the 25th of January 2012 marks the first anniversary of glorious revolution. The revolution which took the world by storm and achieving an unprecedented global enthusiasm and attention due to its peaceful nature.
The Africa Cup of Nations (CAF), will miss five former champions this year as Egypt along with Nigeria, South Africa, Cameroon and Algeria won't participate
Despite the highly praised performance of the Egyptian army in the 18 days of the revolution, the Supreme Council of Armed forces (SCAF) have managed to commit some of the worst mistakes that can be made in a post-revolution transitional period. Some even would go as far to believe that even Egypt’s worst enemies couldn’t have done worse to the country during the transitional period if they were in charge.
Unfortunately, the Egyptian revolution which has been a beacon for the liberty of the oppressed nations in the 21st century and fighting tyranny by peaceful means has now slipped into a dark abyss of violence from the authorities and counter violence.