Massacre and repression in Egypt: another January 28

In Egypt, we are facing yet another January 28, now with both police and army attacking.
Protests have been violently attacked in Cairo, Alexandria and Suez. Tahrir square is under continuous attack since early Saturday with gas bombs, rubber bullets and live ammunition.
The attacks is still ongoing until now. Just now, Military intervened and attacked the field hospital. They now have started burning down the square and chasing protesters away.
Since early Saturday, we have at least five documented extra-judicial killings in Cairo and Alexandria and thousands others injured. These numbers are in addition to at least 4 other killings, that we just now received confirmation from a co-worker inside the square that their bodies are being collected in front of KFC. The killings are increasing by the minute–It appears that they want to wipe out all protesters – it is a full fledged massacre. Additionally, security forces are not only engaging in burning down public properties as they chase away protesters, they are also looting and damaging properties on purpose, something which is believed to be used against protesters later when they are arrested. There are reports of various arrests by Military police and quite possibly civilian police as well. The numbers are estimated to be very high, and amongst those arrested is potential presidential candidate and journalist Bosayna Kamel. There are reports that she was later released.
Additionally, there are various reports of arresting the injured from public hospitals. These are in addition to protesters who were arrested yesterday already and appeared today before Abdeen Prosecution (civilian prosecution) . There are reports that they will cut down internet and communication again, but we can not verify this.
In this context, it is important to mention that such violence is again used against pro democracy and human rights protesters, who are taking to the streets demanding the same exact demands . The majority of protesters do not belong to any political parties or affiliations and there is very limited.

Names of confirmed deaths in Tahrir Square, Cairo and Alexandria are:

1. Ahmed Mahmoud Ahmed
2. Shehab Eldin El Dakroury
3. Atef Mohamed Mohamed Awad (shot in the head)
4. Bahaa Al Senoussi, political activist (Alexandria: shot by live ammunition as he was participating in a peaceful protests in front of the Alexandria police station)
5. Hossam Hamdi Khaleefa (suffocation as a result of inhaling tear gas and head injury) documented cases of activists and journalists who have sustained eye and other serious injuries, in what might appear to be a policy of targeting journalists and activists for their work.

The list includes:

Malek Mostafa Mohamed, media officer at the Hesham Mubarak Law Center and a member of the Front to Defend Egypt’s protesters, injured in the right eye
Salem El Sayed El Sayed Abo Rakha , editor at al Al Arabi Al Nasseri newspaper
Ahmed Abdelfatth, photographer at Al Masry Al Youm newspaper, eye injury
Ahmed Harara, activist and previously injured in the right eye during January 28 protests, injury in the left eye
Rasha Azab, Journalist and member of the No Military Trials for Civilians group, rubber bullet shot in her face
Abanob Emad, severely beaten by police forces on November 19 and camera confiscated

A list of 59 detained protesters to date:

1. Hesham Al Seussi
2. Abdullah Nasr Ahmed, 20 years old
3. Nadi Mamdouh Sayed, 21 years old
4. Abdelraouf Abdelnabi, 17 years old
5. Ibrahim El Sayed, 21 years old
6. Heshmat Hassanein, 17 years old
7. Mohamed Fawzy Galal, 22 years old
8. Sharaf Nageh, 22 years old
9. Ibrahim Nabeel Abdullah, 18 years old
10. Mahmoud Rashid, 13 years old
11. Ahmed El Sayed Hendi, 17 years old
12. Mahmoud Lotfi
13. Mohamed Yehia Zakareya
14. Sanaa Youssef
15. Amanda Kerdahi, 27, American citizen and professor in the American University in Cairo
16. Ahmed Samir Ramadan, 22 years old
17. Kareem Mohamed Fawzy, 25 years old
18. Magda (family name unknown)
19. Moataz Ahmed Zaki Hassan
20. Ahmed Abdelreheem
21. Sherif Salah Mohamed
22. Islam Mohamed Safi Eldin
23. Omar Dessouki, 18 years old
24. Ismail Alaa Eldin Zohdy
25. Mohamed Mohi Serag Eldin
26. Wael Gamal Eldin Atteya
27. Nahed Mohamed Ali
28. John Magdi
29. Kareem Saleh
30. Mahmoud (family name unknown)
31. Tarek (family name unknown)
32. Mostafa Kamal Al Nakeeb
33. Mostafa Shawky Mansour Mahoud (Ali Maher’s (young boy who was shot dead by the army in April 8, 2011) cousin)
34. Mohamed Ashraf Kamal
35. Mohamed Fawzy Abdelrahman
36. Mohamed Saeed Abdelrahman
37. Osama Ahmad Kamal
38. Haitham Mohamed Mohamed Mahmoud (in Kasr el Nil prosecution)
39. Mohamed Ramadan (in Kasr el Nil prosecution)
40. Mohamed El Sayed Mohamed (in Kasr el Nil prosecution)
41. Mohamed Ali El Shrabesli (in Kasr el Nil prosecution)
42. Mohamed Ali Hassan (in Kasr el Nil prosecution)
43. El Sayed Ali Mohamed (in Kasr el Nil prosecution)
44. Mohamed Osama El Sayed (in Kasr el Nil prosecution)
45. Wael Mohamed Abbas (in Kasr el Nil prosecution)
46. Osama Mohamed Gamal (in Kasr el Nil prosecution)
47. Ahmed Mahrous Ramadan (in Kasr el Nil prosecution)
48. Hassan Abdellateef Ali (in Kasr el Nil prosecution)
49. Ali Ahmed Ezz (in Kasr el Nil prosecution)
50. Mohamed Saber Ali (in Kasr el Nil prosecution)
51. Mahmoud Abbas Hussein
52. Fadi Phillip
53. Abdallah Mohamed Abdelsalam
54. Ahmed Helmy Ali
55. Mohamed Ashraf Kamal Eldin, 20 years old
56. Ismail Alaa Eldin Zohdy
57. Ali Sayed Al-Halwassi, 21 years old
58. Salem Saeed Abdelhakim, 24 years old (arrested from Tahrir square on Nov 19)
59. Mahmoud Galal Mostafa El Gheitani , 21 years old

Missing persons:

1. Ahmed Nouh Abdelsattar , 18 years old
2. Amr Mohamed Atteya
3. Omar Hani Farouk
4. Islam Zohdi
5. Waleed Mohamed Hashem

Video compilation taken from various online news sources:

20 November: Tahrir Square: Video showing what appears to be a dead body of a protester being moved by Central Security Forces (CSF) and dumped next to the side walk following CSF and Military Police attack on protesters chasing them away from the square

20 November: Tahrir Square: Video showing clearly the attack on protesters by Central Security Forces and Military Police, which includes excessively using tear and beating protesters with batons

20 November: Tahrir Square: Video showing Central Security Forces and Military Police using batons to beat protesters in several incidences in the Square

20 November: Tahrir Square: Video showing Central Security Forces and Military Police using batons to beat a protester

20 November: Tahrir Square: Central Security Forces setting fire on a motorbike, tents and banners in the square

20 November: Tahrir Square: Doctors treating injured protesters in the Tahrir square metro station

20 November: Tahrir Square: Footage showing injured protesters by Mohamed Mahmoud street, off of Tahrir Square.