"In 2011 Cameron democracy alive in Tahrir Square, and now receives Egyptian leader tyrant in London. Why Abdel Fattah al-Sisi come to London?" Jack asks Schenker in The Guardian newspaper published on Saturday morning, in an article he chose the title "dictator in our hospitality."
After returning from Egypt Cameron told the BBC, "said I met with Democratic leaders of the movement, they are people brave, did extraordinary things in Tahrir Square," says the writer.
He Cameron in his statement that "Britain wants to see Egypt step towards a strong and successful future, we want that the hopes of the Egyptian democracy, freedom and openness realized, those things that become for granted here.
"After half a decade receives Cameron visitors from Egypt, and Ststef television cameras to film the meeting.
a week after Egyptian President Abdel Fattah al-Sisi up and away to Downing Street, Stafrh him red carpet, and will exchange gifts with Cameron.
Sidor to talk about security and stability, the democracy, freedom and openness will not remember here.
Sisi, who was killed in the custody of 2,500 people of his opponents since the disposal of Mohamed Morsi ,, who did not stay long as head of Egypt, he traveled the world to reinforce its legitimacy in the world, which is what this government is keen to help him to achieve, as the author of the article says.
This is based on the novel had been formulated carefully, as the writer says, and believes that in order to understand what happened in Egypt since Cameron's visit to Cairo in 2011 enough to ask about the fate of the owners the faces he saw in Tahrir Square at the time.
I've been chased by a system that strengthens his grip on power.
Revolutionaries are being tortured at the hands of the security services, and the Democratic Movement leaders will accompany Sisi in his visit.
credited writer to Leila Suef, university lecturer and the mother of activist Alaa Abdel Fattah who has been in a prison, saying "Sisi is the head of the regime's most repressive and murderous country whom I have known since I was born, and I am now sixty relatives."
said Suef It's not surprised by Britain to receive H.anthy
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