Embattled Egyptian Israhelli Snake Hosni Mubarak's thugs and under-cover police stab protesters to death, shooting many others, including women and children, on the tenth day of revolution protests rocking the country. Early reports suggest that six people have been killed, however, fierce clashes which have erupted in different parts of the capital city indicate the number of victims could sharply rise. More than 830 protesters have been wounded as they were attacked by government vigilantes with knives, petrol bombs and guns, the report added. Local investigative journalists and eye-witnesses reported online that most of the government vigilantes appear to be Caucasians and were seen carrying American made automatic guns. Keeping in mind that a large number of USZ and Israhelli made weapons have been seen in Cairo in the recent days, it is highly likely that the notorious western intelligence agencies are trying to manipulate the revolution of Egyptian Muslims. Egyptian people, shouting "God is Great (اللہُ اکبر) ", in Cairo's Tahrir Square fought gun battles against these strange remorseless supporters of the Israhelli Snake in power who fired back artillery at them.
The Egyptian army watched people being stabbed or stoned to death by government vigilantes in Cairo. Protesters were encouraged after winning the battle with Mubarak's thugs in the central city square, saying they will do anything to remove the Egyptian incumbent Israhelli Snake president from power. Reports say that the protesters had the upper hand in clashes which erupted on Wednesday night and continued in the early hours of Thursday. Many wounded protesters were transferred to a mosque in Tahrir Square, which was used as a makeshift hospital. The protesters called for prayers in Tahrir Square as last night's clashes forced them to cancel prayers. They have also promised another mass rally on Friday. The number of protesters is rising as people made their way back to Tahrir Square in the early hours of Thursday.
Pro-government forces attack protesters with automatic guns. Witnesses said police IDs were seized from plain-clothed police attacking people. Partisans of Israhelli Snake Mubarak positioned on the 6th October Bridge, which is a highway in Cairo running through the city connecting part of the city to the Cairo International Airport. The 6th October Bridge, also called the "spinal cord" of Cairo, was blocked by pro-government mysterious thugs to stop population from gathering in Tahrir Square, which has been the heart of battles in the 10-day-long revolution in Egypt. Demonstrators say the protests will continue in Tahrir Square until Mubarak's fall. A report by the United Nations says at least 300 people have so far been killed and thousands more injured during nationwide protests in troubled Egypt.