Tuesday, July 26, 2005

Egypt resort workers protest against bomb attacks :: Reuters


"The feeling is very sad and very angry. We are not going to be scared by the bombers," said Sherif Saba, an Egyptian investor in the diving and beach resort.

Protesters marched into the night, waving Egyptian flags and holding aloft signs in Arabic, English, Spanish, Italian and Russian.

"We will not be terrorised," read one banner. Hotel chefs marched with "Stop terrorism" written on their hats. Dive schools employees had the same slogan printed on their T-shirts.

The protesters said funeral prayers for the dead at the car park where one of the bombs exploded. Several placed flowers on a car splattered with blood of the victims, who were mostly Egyptian.

"People are against those who did this. They have no religion and not from us, neither as bedouin or Egyptians. It's a cowardly act," said Saleh Mohamed, a south Sinai bedouin wearing flowing robes and a lilac headscarf.
Via Gateway Pundit who provides further links and photos.



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