The current government in Egypt strikes the peaceful Egyptians using an iron fist, killing people unjustly, and torturing innocents for political gains. It was very painful to most people in the world to watch the brutal standoff at the Fateh mosque located in central Cairo on August 17, 2013. Al Jazeera.net, the security forces of Egypt and dozens of their staff who did not don their uniform surrounded the mosque all night, while hundreds of civilian men and women protesters were threatened inside. After that, security forces forcibly entered the mosque using members of the special forces via airplane. After descending on the roof of the mosque, they used tear gas and guns to drive people out of the mosque. Then other security forces members awaited the trapped civilians by sticks and beat, tortured, and arrested them to unknown places. Eyewitnesses said that they will likely be killed, because there are no human rights now in Egypt. Eyewitnesses said war crimes have been openly and regularly committed in Egypt in the past month by the Egyptian security forces. Civilians in the mosque begged security forces to get out safely and peacefully on life TV before the armored attack on the mosque. They asked the international human rights and community to take serious steps against this iron fist policy by the government and to prevent more bloodshed in Egypt. In the past seven days, hundreds peaceful civilians lost their lives, thousands were wounded serious wounds, several thousands were tortured in concentration camps or in prisons.
Eyewitnesses said that the media and authorities of Egypt still spread lies about the protesters that will portray them as terrorists, brotherhood or Qaeda members. But the reality is that most victims are peaceful civilians who were demonstrating in a peaceful rally to condemn the army coup of June 30, 2013, and many nations who want to push their political agendas consider killing civilian protesters a war on terror. Indeed it is war on humanity.