Protesters On Clifton Avenue: Egypt’s Mubarak Must Go

egypt supporters clifton aveVIDEO: A group of people wanted their voices heard today about the ongoing situation in Egypt. During a protest on Clifton Avenue in support of their brothers and sisters in Egypt, the group of about 20 people were spread out along the Post Office on Clifton Avenue holding signs which read ‘Mubarak must go’, and ‘Stop all US aid to Mubarak dictatorship’, and other messages as passing vehicles honked in support of the protesters, or against.

For almost two weeks, millions of Egyptians have been taking to the streets in demonstration against the Egyptian Government.

And these local supporters want to show their solidarity to the people they say are entitled to their freedom.

“The Unites States and Israel should not determine what happens to the Egyptian people, the Egyptian people should have an honest and fair election”, one of the women protesting, says.

“We’re in favor for democrcy and freedom for the people of Egypt”, says another.

The peaceful protest took place at about 4:00 p.m. TLS-HU/TLS-CCP/TLS-89.

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  1. Sorry guys, Lakewood is not the right place for such a protest. You see in Lakewood, there are many more people we’d like to see out of office. They affect our lives in a more profound way than Mr. Mubarak.

  2. Go get em, mr. stop sign guy. Let the people of Lakewood know all about Egypt. You should have come during Parshat Bo. And had a words such as Mitzrayim and Pharoah on that piece of cardboard of yours. Would have done more.

  3. hmmm.. apparently these protestors are busy loitering our streets during normal work hours and not contributing their share to our treasury.. so regardless of whether or not our gov’t should ontinue their longstanding practice, these loiterors opinions aren’t even worth the paper they’re holding up..

  4. I agree that Egypt deserves democracy. America and Israel should not dictate to Egypt what kind of government they should have.

    However, all friends of Egypt should point out to the people of Egypt, that history shows us that the Muslim Brotherhood will probably take over in Egypt if Mubarak is forced out now. The people of Egypt will suffer under the Muslim Brotherhood as well.

    In 1979, in Iran, the demonstrations against the Shah were by regular people in Iran. After they forced out the Shah, the Muslim Mullahs came and took over the revolution, and turned it into one of the most oppressive regimes in the world.

    The same will probably happen in Egypt with the Muslim Brotherhood.

    To put it in perspective, Hamas and Al Queida are offshoots of the Muslim Brotherhood.

    Israel and America, as friends of the people of Egypt, should definitely warn the people of Egypt to this great threat posed by Mohammad El Baradei and the Muslim Brotherhood.

  5. regardless of they’re politcal beliefs they are extremely bored people with to much time on they’re hands. Oh and by the way they stuck Isreal in like its Isreal fault I wonder how peace loving they are when it comes to the jews?

  6. “For almost two weeks, millions of Egyptians have been taking to the streets in demonstration against the Egyptian Government.”

    Actually, the number is somewhere in the thousands. The media wants you to believe that every Egyptian wants Mubarak out. That is not true. Unlike Tunisia where President Ben-Ali left, Mubarak still holds power. Why? Because he still has wide support from the masses.

    The protesters in Lakewood support the minority insurgency. Similarly, the Obama administration only listens to what the Media reports. However, we are smarter than that. We know that most Egyptians support Mubarak.

    Also, what does Mubarak have to do with US aid? The agreement is between the US and Egypt, which happens to be lead by Mubarak. If another government comes to power why not accept the aid?

    The comment about Israel is inaccurate. Israel does not dictate Egyptian policy. However, the Egyptians are so preoccupied with Israel that they do not take care of their own problems. As such, if the demonstrators in Egypt would call for a government that is not preoccupied with Israel and is instead trying to help its citizens, the Egyptians could obtain results.

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