We are visiting with my friend, Ahmed Nader Al-Gretly, a writer from Cairo, Egypt. Be sure to check out part 1 of this interview.
Some members of the squads threw their weapons and joined the protests, some wept while they were beating up civilians, but everything that happened in that period was unacceptable. The government killed its people; they murdered them in cold blood, what kind of human being gave these orders? I’m known to my small group of fans as a gut wrenching horror writer, but this was something else. The brutality of it all, my God! Egypt wept for its children…
A new section of Ahmed's interview will post everyday this week. Tomorrow's question: The police disappeared around the same day that the prisons were opened. What did people think of that?
You can follow Ahmed on Twitter @ANaderGretly