Kavkaz Center – January 29, 2011
Meanwhile, authorities of so-called “Israel”, which is also known as Kikestan among Muslims, said they would welcome the Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak. This was reported by the Al-Jazeera television channel quoting a source at the Egyptian embassy in “Israel”.
According to the TV, Saudi Arabia refused to accept Mubarak in case of an emergency flight from Egypt.
The arrival Mubarak’s two sons, Gamal and Aala, in London was also reported by Al Jazeera, referring to representatives of the Egyptian community in Britain.
Earlier, Western media outlets were reporting that the 46-year-old Gamal Mubarak left Cairo with his family, taking with him family gold and foreign currency.
Later, the leadership of Egypt has denied this information. Gamal Mubarak was the head of the politburo of the ruling National Democratic Party. Until recently, many tipped him for the presidency after his father’s death.
Meanwhile, some sources reported that Mubarak fled to the Netherlands. Iranian media outlets are referring to Channel 10 of the Kikestan’s “Israeli TV”, which reported this information
Currently, mass rallies in Cairo are taking place at the center of the capital’s Tahrir Square. According to conservative estimates, 50 thousand people are gathered there. Protesters are greeting the army, and fraternizing with soldiers.
Demonstrations and marches are peaceful. Many people collect debris remaining after yesterday’s riots. Thus, people want to show that they are not a mob, but a civilized society, according to local sources.
Earlier, about a thousand demonstrators tried to storm the Interior Ministry building in the Egyptian capital Cairo, said on Saturday inter-Arab television station Al-Jazeera. According to the channel, three protesters were killed while trying to storm.
Meanwhile, the head of the General Staff of Egypt returned today to Cairo from Washington, interrupting his visit. The army has made it clear they would not use force against unarmed people.
Information was already received about serious disagreements between the military and the presidential administration on how to deal with demonstrators.
Exams are canceled at all high schools in Egypt because of the events. According to recent figures, the number of victims of unrest in the country has already exceeded one hundred people.
Information was also received that protesters burned the Department of the ruling National Democratic Party in Luxor in southern Egypt. Tanks were sent to the town to suppress the riots.