If the possessions of those detained in Porto Tura—among them Gamal and ‘Ala’—were seized, and a public auction were held to sell off what they looted of our wealth, the deficit of the budget and reserve will be met.
Signs from Tahrir
We came together with love, and the world will hear us.
Oh you who accuse me wrongfully, how can I build my country when I feel that there is danger making the earth tremble beneath me? When I feel there is something wrong that I can see with my own two eyes, though I cannot fix it?
The moral is told at the end of the story and time will tell, oh you supporters of the deposed one. We will teach you that you are deceived by a fox in sheep’s clothing.
Happy spring, Egypt! My country, today we are celebrating your liberation from the hand of a corrupt ruler, who had a clique of thieves around him that thought that you were a place where anything goes or a private estate. But, your youth rose up and revolted with the blood of your martyrs that numbered more than eight-hundred. They returned freedom to you once more. On Easter we breath the fresh air of freedom—unadulterated, full of love and patriotism, May you always live free and young my country!
Egyptian! Egypt is telling you “I don’t care about your name, or your color, or your address. I only care that you are somebody who cares for my children and their needs, someone who will lift their burdens, and take care of their concerns—somebody patient enough to be an Egyptian who can govern Egypt.”
You won’t be able to steal our dreams from us, even if we have to sacrifice our lives. We’ve all had enough. We’re all gathered together, stretching our hands to freedom, we extend our steps as long as they can reach, refusing to be surrounded by a wall.
We are in need of a miracle at a time when there are no miracles, because the national economy is truly in dire straits. Everything has been stolen from us; the country is sinking in an ocean of problems, not within sight of the shore. The people are the sailor that could take the wheel, saving the nation before it drowns, leading it to the shore of safety. The people don’t trust any body any more. Honorable people are becoming thieves, and the thieves are pretending to be honest. We really need miracles, not just one.