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Ballet sparks new Egypt unrest
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22 December 2012
ALEXANDRIA, Egypt --
Riots erupt in the cities of Alexandria, Cairo and Giza after corrupt judges sent through Ahmed Mohammed Morsi and Yara Naoum instead of fan favourites Amr Zaki and Laila Elwi. Police fired tear gas at the thousands of people protesting but as the day went on more and more people joined the protest.
One protester explained "I love Amr and Laila, and if we topple the president, we might be able to get them into the final."
The president Mohammed Morsi is trying to sue the show "Nutcraker Goes To Egypt" however the producer pointed out that Morsi had chosen the judges. "He chose Essam el-Erian, Saad El-Katatni, two people from his own party, and his wife and cousin, Naglaa Mahmoud," said director James Cameron. "And I have never farted in her mouth."
Ahmed Mohammed Morsi, who just happens to be the president's son, was relieved that the judges were biased. "There was no way we were going to the final, not if the judges had been fair."
Those words happened to be his last, as he was shot mutiple times in the chest and inner thighs and now public interest turns to the president and whether it's a case of "Another one bites the dust."
- "Egypt crisis: Fresh Alexandria clashes ahead of voting". BBC, December 22, 2012