"Egyptians have almost lost all hope to return to stability and normalcy. Battles in Tahrir Square and surrounding areas are raging on. People die, and each time the culprits are ghosts. It seems quite natural that foreign investors and tourists would also lose hope, let alone expatriates like us, who would think a thousand times before booking a ticket back home.
No one would feel safe around these ghosts, who kill and injure as casually as if they’re going fishing. (...)
The destruction of the revolution is not at the hands of those ghosts, but rather at the hands of this weak government, which finds it much easier to say it has no idea who the people are who stood on the roofs of strategic establishments such as the cabinet and the parliament and who keep throwing stones from there." (Farag Ismail/Al Arabiya news)