Some of them are wounded.
She grabbed me with her other arm, and my brother tried to drag me, but I ran way. I didn't even look at my own child.
It is extremely sad that people had to die.
Nevertheless, there are still many more being held in the prisons.
Nobody has been deported yet.
The Egyptian authorities have been tolerating the sit-in strike for the past three months because, just like us, they wanted a peaceful solution. But at a certain point the situation became an issue of public disorder. There were serious health threats.
It is very sad that so many people had to die and get injured from both sides.
They will postpone the deportations that were planned for tomorrow.
Our representative was at a meeting at 2pm with the ministry of foreign affairs and nothing was mentioned.
We, of course, want to help only those who are refugees and in need of help. We don't want to be an agency that helps rebels who go out at night and fight.