Wednesday, April 26, 2006

El Adly, Will He be Removed?

In a report by Nabeel Sharaf Eldeen in Elaph, there are strong rumors widely circulating in Cairo that the Egyptian Interior Minister, Habeeb El Adly, is expected to be removed from his post following the last terror attacks in Sinai. In his place, a council would be made of senior security officials, and headed by Omar Soliman, the head of "Mukhabarat", the egyptian equivalent of FBI. This council will take the responsibility of dealing with terrorists following the repeated attacks that happened recently.


At 3:05 PM , Anonymous Anonymous said...

no he won't the President is a stubborn & stupid mule that will always do the opposite of what people call for !! the interior minster keeps on the government, the big man & his sons. why worry about some tourists and egyptian workers !!! they aren't important to anyone in the government . neither were the people who were killed in Taba, Sharm, or the sudanese in who were killed for sitting in the street, or the poor people on the ferry. This is a leader who never gave a flying fuck about his people and never will ! Summer is coming soon the cabinet will on the beach with their heads in the sand yet again ! because that is what they do best !

At 4:17 PM , Anonymous Anonymous said...

To the person above,

You are right in every word you said!

Mobarak will decide that El Adly will stay, and to hell with all Egyptians.

At 5:55 PM , Blogger Faisal said...

One small correction; El Mukhabarat is Egyptian Intelligence. The Equivalent of the CIA.

If one were to look for the equivalent of the FBI, then that would have to be the Mabaheth.

Amn El Dawla also fits that criteria. Then again, some might say they are the equivalent of the NSA.

Since Egyptian is not a Federal Union as the US, a Federal entity with jurisidiction over all states would not be required.

To get to your post, I do hope the ugly son of a bitch is removed from office... him and all the other corrupt, good-for-nothing useless gits who manage our government.

At 9:30 PM , Anonymous raif said...

Thanks, faisal, for the correction.

At 5:32 PM , Blogger xavier said...

I disagree. Tourists are important because if they get killed or wounded, the survivors and the countrymen will complain. The foreign governments will then ask themsleves what,s the point of hnding billions of dollars in trade and other relations if the local government can't protect people.
Soon they'll recommend that it's citizens not visit Egypt.
That's a major loss the country can't afford


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