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Mideast Egypt Mubarak Trial

An Egyptian follower of Sheik Omar Abdel-Rahman, the blind Egyptian cleric jailed in the United States for planning a campaign of bombings, flashes his poster outside police academy court in Cairo, Egypt, Sunday, Sept.11, 2011 in support to anti-Mubarak supporters where Mubarak, his two sons Alaa and Gamal, his security chief Habib el-Adly and six top police officers face a session of trial, on charges they ordered the use of lethal force against protesters during Egypt’s 18-day uprising killing 850 protesters were killed. Field Marshal Mohammed Hussein Tantawi, Egypt’s military ruler and one-time confidant of Hosni Mubarak, has failed to attend a court session in which he was expected to offer highly anticipated testimony about the former president’s alleged role in the death of protesters. Arabic read ” Sheik Omar Abdel-Rahman” . (AP Photo/Amr Nabil)

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I am a United States Army Veteran. Conservative Warrior. Christian. Student. I love America, Capitalism. I am also sick and tired of the Progressive/Left destroying America and her traditions. It is time we stand up and take the fight to them. #WAR I will not sit down any longer. I will not be silent, I refuse to sit by and watch these radicals destroy everything that I love. The fight is on. Let us begin with the ability to fight lies with reason.

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