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Where would we be without the Police?

Egypt takes a day off to celebrate the nation’s finest men

| Written by makarona

Mon, 01/25/2010 - 09:23

Today, Egypt celebrates Police Day – a day that only traitors and other rational thinkers consider ironic in being an "enforced" holiday for both private and public sectors.

Unlike Mother’s Day, which gives thanks to little more than a few ounces of milk and some “rearing”, Police Day shows gratitude to a group of men capable of going to extremes to serve Egypt’s citizens. Indeed, not only are the police always willing to give us street directions and reduce our speeding fines gain-free, they also strive to support us where others fail.

Consider the example pictured below:

Police encourage young man to run like Forest Gump

Here, Tamer Kasool (dark red shirt) is being playfully encouraged by a group of caring neighborhood policemen to run as fast as possible in preparation for a marathon he had the next day. Kasool later said, “No one, not my athletics coach, not my father or my brothers, ever helped me prepare for a race or supported me in this way.”

Or look at Samir Menawar in the picture below (lying down).

Police try to stamp out a poor man on fire

Samir was an unfortunate victim of spontaneous human combustion, whereupon his body suddenly caught fire for no reason in the middle of a peaceful demonstration. Here you can clearly see the zeal and care with which the police tried to stamp the fire out.

Alternatively, look at the video below. In it you can see a dedicated policeman helping a regular citizen prepare for a cheek muscles competition he had the following week. Note how there is also a dedicated policeman just for warm ups.

The man later received first prize for cheek muscles. “I was just glad to be of service,” says the officer, “and even though my hand really hurt when I was helping him, I still did it because it is my duty.”

The list goes on, and for that, EKT would like to thank the police for their concerted efforts to keep the peace while simultaneously empowering the populace. It also notes that none of its writers have any racing or athletic competitions of any kind coming up.

EKT would also like to thank the people who captured these special moments documented here. They truly opened our eyes.

huitmin

Sat, 07/16/2011 - 17:22

Your way of presenting the facts with black comedy is definitely unmatchable. I really laughed like anything after reading the Samir’s story in which he was an unfortunate Life alert
hiv symptoms victim of spontaneous human combustion and the police man helping him. Very funny! But I also liked the idea of a police day like any other day to show our respect for them. Anyway I think that this article only concentrate on the negative side. You should also try to think the other way.

Muhammad usman

Mon, 07/18/2011 - 11:36

I hate to see officers of the law treating people with such disrespect. I can't even count how many times I've seen a police officer getting arrested for driving while intoxicated, when still on duty. This is what happens when police officers are allowed to do whatever they want without question for so long. There Sargent should take a lot of responsibility with this type of behavior as well. After all he is the one that is suppose to keep them in line. This is the golden rule for any business

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Driver Detective

Fri, 07/22/2011 - 00:43

Men who put their lives on the line to ensure safety of it's citizentry is worth celebrating. Keep up the good works bobs.
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Driver Detective

Fri, 07/22/2011 - 00:48

On second look at the pictures above... is that police brutality? Driver Finder

Saimon

Sat, 07/30/2011 - 18:17

The pictures and the video is enought,not to much words,what we can say about it and what the leaders do about it,is irony.
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Wed, 08/03/2011 - 13:37

2 image sums up everything,
Such sad events happening all over the world, uydunet
Although I wish everyone a happy life full of peace rather than violence.

cam balkon

Wed, 08/10/2011 - 01:58

This is what happens when police officers are allowed to do whatever they want without question for so long. There Sargent should take a lot of responsibility with this type of behavior as well. After all he is the one that is suppose to keep them in line. This is the premium wp for any business. There is always someone who is more powerful than you, and that cam balkon person needs to make sure everyone else stays on good behavior.

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Sat, 08/13/2011 - 06:44

The answer to this question is because most Americans do not realize that their government is a Corporation posing as Government and supporting other corporations for their own corporate interests.I hope you get the message.
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Anonymous

Sat, 08/20/2011 - 04:22

I would like to thank you for offering a extremely owesome stuff like this. Your way of presenting the facts with black comedy is definitely unmatchable.Very interesting! But I also liked the idea of a police day like any other day to show our respect for them.Looking forword to getting more useful informations from you!best way to whiten teeth

Ernest Johnson

Fri, 09/16/2011 - 06:48

Rule of law needs to be reestablished in Egypt. The Egyptian government is abusing people, but so are its citizens. The allegations of gang rape by numerous Egyptian men was very troubling. No one deserves to be abused or discriminated against, especially based on gender. tampa car accident lawyer

Anonymous

Sat, 10/29/2011 - 19:27

@flowers:

"i have nothing to worry about if i have done nothing wrong" - is that what you're trying to say? i leave you with this mis-quote, "they came for my neighbor i said nothing, they came for my dog i said nothing, they came for me and there was no-one to say anything for me"

@david:

if ur name is mustafa and u smoke that guarantees anonymity in egypt lol

Fractional Ownership

Mon, 10/31/2011 - 23:24

show his name is mustafa and he smokes so then they should track him down but even the governmet is too lazy to do stuff i hope he gets tortured in hell.Fractional Ownership

mai hien

Tue, 11/01/2011 - 04:20

The whole thing is just sad and drives tears..Please keep on posting guys..I love your black comedy

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mai hien

Tue, 11/01/2011 - 04:21

I would be interessted in that too. I remember beeing in egypt 4 months ago while beeing on a aida cruise. At that the time it was still very peaceful. Would be be very interessted to hear about the present situation.

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omegle

Thu, 11/03/2011 - 19:21

i would like to speak my mind loud and clear please, watch youtube "riot forces" all over the world to know that we are not the only country that is using violence against outlaw,,,,,,,,i should speak frankly and say that there are real victims who suffered from certain police officers but who are the other people ,,,,,, they are muggers, rappers,murderers,pick pockets....etc. how can an officer treat them???? should they hug them and treat them kindly i don't think so........

Anonymous

Sat, 03/17/2012 - 07:48

yes i agree with you that that would be basically what happen if you are not going to give importance to the police but i hope that some of the police won't take pride. how to dispose of electrical appliances

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Wed, 03/28/2012 - 09:42

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Mon, 07/02/2012 - 05:32

Is that true that Samir was a victim of spontaneous human combustion or someone put gas and lit him to burn.?

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