Mubarak's scandals with supporting documentation
Police and security agents infiltrated the demonstrators in Egypt, while popular committees are organized to protect the neighborhoods. Thugs are paid to cause unrest among the demonstrators. Rumors are launched to provoke disorder and panic among the protesters.
- Secret documents from the Egyptian Ministry of Interior, revealed a plan established by Hosni Mubarak to break the revolt led by the people claiming his departure from power.
- These documents also reveal the involvement of elements of the police in acts of vandalism experienced in many regions of Egypt, in order to create a mess with the help of militias composed of habitual criminals and thugs handsomely paid.
- These documents, published by the Qatari TV channel Al Jazeera yesterday, of which Ennahar holds a copy, reveals a diabolical plan to divert the Egyptian revolt of its initial objectives and to ensure sustainability of the regime in place for three decades. This latter aims to infiltrate the protesters, spread rumors and cause disorder in addition to acts of vandalism. Rumors such as the one on prisoners who would have fled prisons and whose numbers would be impressive to create a climate of fear among the protesters; women police officers, posing as simple citizens, call TV and radios stations to lament about the lack of security and ask for protection against attacks on people and property.
- Moreover, opponents and party leaders are watched; their phones tapped, in addition to the cutoff of communications like the Internet from Friday morning 6 am.
- The document also reveals the Mubarak regime's plan to empty all police centers of their prisoners, weapons and ammunition. The prisoners are transferred to the central prison and police officers in plain clothes, took their places in prisons, posing as prisoners.
- By these evil means as infiltration of demonstrators, replacement of prisoners by police and security officers, and especially rumors, the regime tends to break the revolt led for nearly a week by the Egyptian people claiming the departure of the Rais and the change of regime.
- Ennahar / Ismail Fellah