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Wednesday, February 09, 2011

Videos of prisoners escaping from Egyptian prisons

During the course of the Egyptian rioting, thousands of prisoners - 'Palestinian' terrorists, political prisoners and common criminals - have escaped from Egyptian prisons, with the consent, if not the active participation of the Egyptian authorities. Here are some videos of those prisoners describing their experiences and of some of the escapes themselves.

Let's go to the videotapes (Hat Tip: JPost).
The following video details how 27-year-old Palestinian Hassan Wshah, along with several other hundred inmates, escaped Abu Zabaal prison in Cairo during the demonstrations. Wassa was serving a 10-year prison sentence for attempting to cross into Egypt from Gaza in order to carry out terror attacks against Israel. Wassa explains that the escape was assisted by inmates' families and that he returned to Gaza through a smuggling tunnel at the Rafah border crossing.
The video below explains how Hamas commander Ayman Nofal returned to his home in central Gaza after serving three years in the Abu Zabaal prison. Nofal was arrested in 2008 for planning to carry out terror attacks in Egypt. Nofal made his way to the Strip via underground tunnels in Rafah.
The next video shows inmates making their way over Abu Zabaal prison walls and onto a central street.
The next video shows the remains of an Egyptian prison where looters broke-in, set the prison on fire and released thousands of prisoners.
This clip, titled "Prisoners escape with the help of Egyptian police," shows prisoners fleeing an unidentified Egyptian prison. A man wearing dark clothing runs from cell to cell yelling "Come on! Go home! Immediately! Go home!" As the cells are opened, the inmates steal necessities and continue outside.
Notice all the women and children in this video.

This clip shows inmates escaping from an unidentified prison while Egyptian authorities stand-by without interfering.

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