It is expected for a nation, Egyptians, has been suffering all during the last years from the unjust rule to loose all its nice qualities, to turn out to an entity having no distinguishing characteristics, to have its wishes lost or to be deprived of its resoluteness. It is expected for such nation to loose its pure instinct and morals. However, the Egyptian revolt was a surprise for all, even for historians and analysts.
There is a prodigious secret and a unique spirit inside Egyptians keeps them in a state of morals.
O Egyptians, How a purebred you are!
O Egyptians, I love you too much.
Wholeheartedly, I love you, Egypt.
I have witnessed hundred of thousands of Egyptians, however, millions, in Tahrir Square. They represented all sects and movements, all social classes and groups. They all gathered for one goal. They stood all behind each other all through hours and days in marvelous close union and astonishing harmony.
How good Egyptians are!
As soon as Egyptians felt free, their well-known characteristics of crowd turned to a civilized one.
Is it reasonable for more than two millions to gather at one place having no regulating police or laws to have no clashes of any kind among them!
From many months, before this blessed revolt, we could have never control seventy or eighty thousands of Egyptians in football stadium, unless stringent sentry or breaks between the fans are used.
Now, the purebred of Egyptians plays its role to have millions of them gathered without troubles.
Blessed is Allah.
O Egypt! I love you.
I witnessed Egyptians organize themselves and constitute public groups to inspect the entrances of Tahrir square. They were keen to keep their lines organized despite they, before this revolt, used to show disorder if gathered at any public office in egoism manner.
Suddenly, such revolt prompted Egyptians to regulating procedures they have not been accustomed to them before, the matter which proved that Egyptians will never loose their morals which may fade for a time; however, in a short time they become effective again.
O Egypt, I love you. I love the public groups.
O the purebred, what is such marvelous creation?!
Once the government impetuously opened the gates of prisons across Egypt and released the prisoners intentionally to frighten the Egyptian nationals and plunder them everywhere, and totally withdrew the police forces in order to punish the Egyptian nationals as they desired another president, Egyptians never slackened or despaired; however, in a marvelous harmony, they started constituting public groups to guard every street and house and to follow the plunders and hold them. They individually used their own weapons and secured has been restored within 24 hours.
This event should be retained in memories of history.
O Egypt, I love you!
I love Egyptians who integrate and spontaneously unite in solidarity in an agitated passion and gallant spirit.
A field hospital was made to treat those injured by the oppression of the bullies of the dominant National Party and medicines, cotton and gauze were presented for free, in addition to qualified staff of physicians present there and the injured were to be carried rapidly. They all relieve each other exchange food and medicine; however, money. They all cooperate to get out of the crisis.
I have witnessed girls in Tahrir Square carrying big rubbish bags wandering everywhere to clean it. They kept saying: we want our country, Egypt, clean, how a great attitude spreads at times of crisis!
O Egypt, I love you!
I love your high-spirited nationals who are characterized by determination, resolution, courage, manhood, assiduity and self-sacrifice.
Professional thugs, tear bombs used by dread forces or the so-called security forces and bullets were directed to them, and they were also trampled under cars, yet they have shown a wonderful steadfastness.
Allah is the greatest. Allah is the greatest.
Our country Egypt is still in good condition.
I have witnessed hundreds and thousands of the Egyptians still at the square every day and night though they were hurt at their heads; however, by Allah, at their eyes. Yet, they bandage their injuries and keep their state of determination to resist the thugs once more feeling no fear of the swords or daggers, stones or Molotov cocktails.
Now, I am untroubled about the future of my country, Egypt, any more as I was witnessing such steadfast gatherings struggling for fair case.
O Egypt, I love you!
I love the union and mercy of your nationals. I love the company and compassion, the tolerance and pure instinct of the Egyptians.
Tahrir Square joined both Muslims and Christians without any kind of disagreement or sedition. As well, the public groups join both Muslims and Christians. Baseless are those rumors circulated by the vicious regime that is churches are safe though the complete disappearance of police.
How a purebred nation and high-spirit of Egyptians!
Certainly, things not stated yet are more than those already stated.
Here, I do not intend to enumerate; however, things stated above are no more than a preface for immense Egyptian epic that needs many volumes to write fully about it.
In this article, I want to emphasize that I love the highbred Egyptians and O noble nation, I am fascinated by you!
O you, the best soldiers on earth, the glory of the Muslim nation, the origin of freedom all through the Muslim lands, the model for all nations, I, henceforth, raise my head high and say proudly: I am Egyptian.
It is me, the Egyptians, the intended in the prophetic tradition: (advise each other to regard people of Egypt well as they have a right of kinship).
Now, I comprehended the statement of the leader Mustafa Kamel: "If I am not Egyptian, I would wish to be an Egyptian". He has not stated it out of nationalism or racism; however, he was observing the facts.
Certainly, I am proud to belong to the Egyptian nation.
O Allah, You may employ this nation to assist and serve your religion, Islam!
I beseech Allah to grant esteem to Islam and Muslims.