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Numerous news websites inside and outside Egypt circulated news of the arrest of Karim Hussein, the official of the "I'm sorry, Rees" page on Facebook, and the former Egyptian president Mohamed Hosni Mubarak.

The page, which is one of the most politically contentious pages in Egypt followed by about 3 million follow-up, issued a statement, in which a "security body" without specifying its identity (B) "escort" the "page administrator" for questioning in some matters relating to the page and what is published on it without knowing the reason.

But some link between the news of the arrest of Karim Hussein and the publication of the video clips of previous conversations of Mubarak to talk about his refusal to cancel state support for low-income and raise the price of fuel for the sake of the citizen, and saying "prices are expensive and the citizen does not eat eat, do not wear or learn" Which is a reference to the latest Egyptian government decisions to raise the price of gasoline again.

On social networking sites, a number of well-known figures opposed to the Mubarak regime, such as human rights activist Gamal Eid, reacted with the news of the arrest of the official of the "I'm sorry, Reiss" page, calling for a fair trial for Karim Hussein as well as for everyone regardless of their political leanings and positions.

AndSome went on to discuss the possibility that the page would be "paid", but with emphasis on "refusing to confinement in opinion cases".

While a number of those who attack the page usually defended its official in the face of the political system, the page said in a statement that it supported the Egyptian government and President Abdel Fattah al-Sisi in referring to it as "Egyptian state institutions." Although we sometimes criticized some of the issues Political and economic decisions, but we are always and never with the Egyptian state in all its institutions and leadership. " But at the same time, the page criticized several official government decisions indirectly by comparing the situation in the Sisi era with that of Mubarak.

Screenshot Facebook-Seite Asef ya raes, Unterstützung Husni Mubarak (facebook.com/AseF.Yarayes)

"I'm sorry, Reese" apologizes to Mubarak for the January 25 revolution, not only constantly defending him, but often playing a role that seems to be speaking on his behalf and publishing pictures of him in different positions and positions after he stepped down. The position of the clear political page and its defense of Mubarak and his former regime since its inception are considered by observers, especially supporters of the January 25 revolution, to be a symbol of the "remnants" of the Mubarak regime.

The statement was an opportunity for the "I'm sorry, Reese" page to renew its constant criticism of the Muslim Brotherhood, where it refused to "exploit the Brotherhood's committees and channels" for what happened with the official of the page in order to "export a picture that the regime is limited to its supporters."

With the news of the arrest and questioning of the official of the pro-Mubarak page, and before the arrest of political activists and dissidents belonging to the liberal movement in what is known as the "Hope Committee", the media did not find any way but to talk about the Egyptian regime's intolerance of any form of opposition, .

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