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Massive Rally of Supporters of Salafi...
Cairo, Egypt
By Video Cairo Sat
06 Apr 2012

Cairo, Egypt | April 6, 2012

Thousands of protestors headed from Al-Fateh Mosque after Friday prayers in Ramsis square downtown Cairo to Tahrir square on Friday, April 6, in support of Islamist Salafist presidential candidate, Hazem Salah Abu-Ismail who may be disqualified from the race after it was announced that his mother was an American citizen.

Protestors see that it is a campaign against Abu-Ismail, which aims at excluding him from Egypt's first post-revolution presidential elections.

Protestors are carrying banners and posters supporting their candidate, chanting anti-military council slogans and other slogans including, "The people want Hazem Abu Ismail," "Islamic, Islamic, "Quran is the constitution".

Protestors denied allegations that Abu-Ismail's mother is American, urging that there is no evidence.

SOUNDBITE 1 (Arabic) - Egyptian man:
"I am here today to support Sheikh Hazem Salah Abu-Ismail because according to the law, that only recognizes documented evidence, if anyone gets an American passport they have to, while in the United States, record video and voice while he is swearing his allegiance as a citizen before the court".

SOUNDBITE 2 (Arabic) - Egyptian man:
"I'm here with all my brothers to support Sheikh Hazem Abu-Ismail even if his mother holds Israeli passport. We will support Sheikh Hazem Salah Abu-Ismail".

Protestors stressed that they wouldn't allow manipulation, chanting "we’ll live with dignity" which is the motto of Abu-Ismail's presidential campaign.

Abu Ismail said that he faced a "plot." His campaign chief said that the country's military rulers were looking for ways to disqualify the candidate.

Allegations that Abu-Ismail's late mother held a US citizenship surfaced last week after he officially submitted his candidacy papers with the signatures of around 150,000 voters to the Supreme Presidential Election Commission (SPEC) and became an official presidential candidate.

The SPEC reported lately on Thursday that it received an official letter from the Interior Ministry’s Immigration and Naturalization Department confirming that Abu Ismail’s mother, Nawal Abdel Aziz Nour, entered Egypt on a US passport in the last five months before her death.

The Egyptian electoral rules exclude anyone who, or either of their parent, hold another (dual) nationality from running for Egypt's top post.

Local News Agency: Middle East Bureau / VCS
Shooting Dateline: April 6, 2012
Shooting Location: Cairo, Egypt
Publishing Time: April 6, 2012
Length: 0:01:09
Video Size: 57.6 MB
Language: Arabic
Column:
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Camera: VCS

SHOTLIST:
1- Tilt down shot of people at Friday prayers at Al-Fateh Mosque in Ramsis square downtown Cairo
2- Various shots of people at the Friday prayers at Al-Fateh Mosque
3- Wide shot of of veiled women raising posters of Islamist presidential candidate, Hazem Salah Abu-Ismail
4- Various shots of massive rally of supporters of Abu-Ismail heading to Tahrir square, raising his posters, shouting against the military council and "The people want Hazem Abu Ismail"
5- Wide shot of a large banner reading " we won't allow manipulation, "we’ll live with dignity" at Tahrir square
6- Various shots of protestors at Tahrir square, shouting "The people want Hazem Abu Ismail"
7- SOUNDBITE 1 (Arabic) - Egyptian man:
"I am here today to support Hazem Ismael because according to the law, that only recognizes documented evidence, if anyone gets an American passport they have to, while in the United States, record video and voice while he is swearing his allegiance as a citizen before the court". 8- SOUNDBITE 2 (Arabic)- Egyptian man:
9- "I'm here with all my brothers to support Sheikh Hazem Abu-Ismail even if his mother holds Israeli passport. We will support Sheikh Hazem Salah Abu-Ismail".
10- Various shots of supporters of Abu-Ismail shouting "The people want Hazem Abu Ismail" raising his posters, waving with the Egyptian flags
11- Various shots
12- Wide shot of veiled women raising posters of Abu-Ismail
13- Various shots of supporters of Abu-Ismail shouting "Islamic" "Islamic"

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Egypt Interior and Oil Ministers Hold...
Cairo, Egypt
By Video Cairo Sat
29 Mar 2012

Cairo, Egypt | March 28, 2012

Egypt's Interior Minister Mohamed Ibrahim and Petroleum Minister Abdullah Ghorab held a joint press conference on Wednesday, March 28, clarifying the situation regarding the country's security conditions and the ongoing fuel crisis.
Egyptian Interior Minister Mohamed Ibrahim said that he was ready to clear Tahrir Square if the parliament asked him to and if the political forces approved that those remaining at the Square were not revolutionaries but only thugs.
He added that the crime rate has greatly decreased to the point that he didn’t receive any reports of car robberies or kidnappings nationwide for about three or four days.
SOUNDBITE 1 (Arabic) – Interior Minister Mohamed Ibrahim:
"There is retreat in the accidents horrifying the citizens, such as car robbery, kidnapping and ordinary murders. We made a study comparing December to January, January to February and February to March. Why do we do that? It is to know if we're going on the right direction and if the procedures of the work plan are going well. I found out that, praise be to Allah, the plan is going well and there's crime retreat."

Ibrahim noted that within fifteen days only, the ministry confiscated 326 weapons, apprehended 178 escaped prisoners, discovered 45 gangs and foiled the smuggling of two million tons of fuel, stressing that the police succeeded to restore security at the Egyptian streets by more than 60%.
For his part, Oil Minister Abdullah Ghorab said that the country provides the market with 38,000 tons of gasoline and diesel every day, admitting that the issue lies in improper distribution.
SOUNDBITE 2 (Arabic) – Oil Minister Abdullah Ghorab:
"I pump 38,000 tons of fuel to the market every day. This is published by the Petroleum Authority on daily basis, including what's local and what's imported, mentioning the name of the ship. I read this statement in the newspapers and online. So, this number is real and disputable. I said that the issue has to do with distribution. We admit that there's shortcoming in distribution that we want to discuss further."

Ghorab stressed that illegal export of subsidized gasoline as solvents was part of the issue, besides the too old petroleum refineries requiring reparation and development.
He added that Egypt produces about 700,000 barrels of oil per day, which he described as very good and greater than the production of previous years.

Local News Agency: Middle East Bureau / VCS
Shooting Dateline: March 28, 2012
Shooting Location: Cairo, Lebanon
Publishing Time: March 28, 2012
Length: 0:0
Video Size: MB
Language: Arabic
Column:
Organized by:
Correspondent:
Camera: VCS

SHOTLIST:
1- Various shots of the joint press conference of Egypt's Interior Minister Mohamed Ibrahim and Petroleum Minister Abdullah Ghorab
2- Various shots of the reporters and attendees
3- SOUNDBITE 1 (Arabic) – Interior Minister Mohamed Ibrahim:
"There is retreat in the accidents horrifying the citizens, such as car robbery, kidnapping and ordinary murders. We made a study comparing December to January, January to February and February to March. Why do we do that? It is to know if we're going on the right direction and if the procedures of the work plan are going well. I found out that, praise be to Allah, the plan is going well and there's crime retreat." 4- Various shots of the joint press conference
5- SOUNDBITE 2 (Arabic) – Oil Minister Abdullah Ghorab:
"I pump 38,000 tons of fuel to the market every day. This is published by the Petroleum Authority on daily basis, including what's local and what's imported, mentioning the name of the ship. I read this statement in the newspapers and online. So, this number is real and disputable. I said that the issue has to do with distribution. We admit that there's shortcoming in distribution that we want to discuss further." 6- Various shots of the joint press conference

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Ultras March
Cairo, Egypt
By a.fatah85
16 Feb 2012

Ultras' march from Al-Ahly club sport in Zamalek to Tahrir for the deaths of friends in the Port Said Stadium riots.

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Ultras March
Cairo, Egypt
By a.fatah85
16 Feb 2012

Ultras' march from Al-Ahly club sport in Zamalek to Tahrir for the deaths of friends in the Port Said Stadium riots.

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Ultras March
Cairo, Egypt
By a.fatah85
16 Feb 2012

Ultras' march from Al-Ahly club sport in Zamalek to Tahrir for the deaths of friends in the Port Said Stadium riots.

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Ultras March
Cairo, Egypt
By a.fatah85
16 Feb 2012

Ultras' march from Al-Ahly club sport in Zamalek to Tahrir for the deaths of friends in the Port Said Stadium riots.

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Ultras March
Cairo, Egypt
By a.fatah85
16 Feb 2012

Ultras' march from Al-Ahly club sport in Zamalek to Tahrir for the deaths of friends in the Port Said Stadium riots.

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Ultras March
Cairo, Egypt
By a.fatah85
16 Feb 2012

Ultras' march from Al-Ahly club sport in Zamalek to Tahrir for the deaths of friends in the Port Said Stadium riots.

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Ultras March
Cairo, Egypt
By a.fatah85
16 Feb 2012

Ultras' march from Al-Ahly club sport in Zamalek to Tahrir for the deaths of friends in the Port Said Stadium riots.

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Ultras March
Cairo, Egypt
By a.fatah85
16 Feb 2012

Ultras' march from Al-Ahly club sport in Zamalek to Tahrir for the deaths of friends in the Port Said Stadium riots.

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Ultras March
Cairo, Egypt
By a.fatah85
16 Feb 2012

Ultras' march from Al-Ahly club sport in Zamalek to Tahrir for the deaths of friends in the Port Said Stadium riots.

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Ultras March
Cairo, Egypt
By a.fatah85
16 Feb 2012

Ultras' march from Al-Ahly club sport in Zamalek to Tahrir for the deaths of friends in the Port Said Stadium riots.

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Ultras March
Cairo, Egypt
By a.fatah85
16 Feb 2012

Ultras' march from Al-Ahly club sport in Zamalek to Tahrir for the deaths of friends in the Port Said Stadium riots.

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Marching to Tahrir
Cairo, Egypt
By ramy_217
12 Feb 2012

Cairo ,January 25,2011

Protestors gathering for afternoon prayers in Tahrir Square.

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Marching to Tahrir
Cairo, Egypt
By ramy_217
12 Feb 2012

Cairo ,January 25,2011

Crowds gathering in Tahrir Square

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"people and Army one hand"
Cairo, Egypt
By Peter Youssef
11 Feb 2012

Cairo ,February 10,2012
The march at the defense ministry calling
to transfer the power in egypt from military to civilian .

sticker on the tank says : "people and Army one hand"

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"to be or not to be"- Anti Mubarak pr...
Cairo, Egypt
By wailgzoly.911
06 Feb 2012

Cairo, Egypt: February 5, 2011

A child protesting in Tahrir Square, a couple of days before President Hosni Mubarak's resignation.

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Night of camel battle
Cairo, Egypt
By a.fatah85
06 Feb 2012

Cairo, February 3, 2011

Protesters in Tahrir Square while being attacked by pro-Mubarack groups positioned on the "October 6" bridge.

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Night of camel battle
Cairo, Egypt
By a.fatah85
06 Feb 2012

Cairo, February 3, 2011

Pro Mubarak groups attacking protesters in Tahrir Square from the "October 6" bridge.

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Night of camel battle
Cairo, Egypt
By a.fatah85
06 Feb 2012

Cairo, February 3, 2011

Pro Mubarak groups attacking protesters in Tahrir Square from the "October 6" bridge.

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Night of camel battle
Cairo, Egypt
By a.fatah85
06 Feb 2012

Cairo, February 3, 2011

Pro Mubarak groups attacking protesters in Tahrir Square from the "October 6" bridge.

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Night of camel battle
Cairo, Egypt
By a.fatah85
05 Feb 2012

Cairo, February 3, 2011

Pro Mubarak groups attacking protesters in Tahrir Square from the "October 6" bridge, on February 3, 2011.

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We will show them the anger
Cairo, Egypt
By a.fatah85
05 Feb 2012

Cairo, February 3, 2012

Protesters marching from Al-Ahly sport club to Tahrir Square for the victims of the February 1 football riots of Port Said Stadium.

Chanting : "We will show them the anger. Down military rule. Port said was innocent!"