Monday, January 9, 2012

Gamal Banna

From an article in LA Times:
Here in Egypt, the army rules. It has killed protesters and stifled civil liberties even as the nation votes for a new parliament. Security forces loyal to Syrian President Bashar Assad gun down protesters daily. Yemen is beset by warring tribes, Al Qaeda militants and deadly political intrigue. Bahrain is an island of royal repression and rifle shots in the night. Moammar Kadafi met a brutal, surreal demise, but Libya is torn by clan animosities and militias.
91 years old brother of Hassan Banna should have been able to tell us more than this. This much  any one can observe or conclude. May be revolution has come to those people who do not know what to do with it.