Egyptian actor Ahmad Al Saqqa has sent a message to the Egyptian
police force to take strong measures against all criminals roaming in the
streets to avoid turning Egypt into a country of outlaws and thugs. <?xml:namespace prefix = o ns = "urn:schemas-microsoft-com:office:office" />
Ahmad had posted a letter on his official page on the social
internet website Facebook, which came in response to a message received from
the operations officer of the Central security thanking him for reflecting the
seriousness and danger of police officers in his latest film “Al Maslaha” (The
Profession). Ahmad thanked the officer and stressed to him that the role he
plays in making Egypt a safe country is more important than any acting job he
or anyone else takes part in.
The actor called to deal with outlaws firmly and said to
hit with a fist of iron every bully and put away everyone who thinks they can
take the law into their own hands to turn Egypt a land of chaos.
The officer named Saed Ahmad has posted a letter on Al
Sakka’s page attached with a apicture of him on duty.
Many Facebook members interacted with the letter and Al
Sakka’s reply saying that the message reflects how they feel and what they
want, in terms of making Egypt a safe country.
Some members requested that Al Sakka makes some alterations to his
request of dealing with outlaws with an iron fist, saying that in addition to
criminals, corrupt police officers should also be dealt with in the same manner
in order to make the country a truly safe place for everyone.
Egypt is currently experiencing an outburst of killings and acts of bullying because of the
lack of security since the outbreak of the January 25 Revolution. Despite the
fact that many police officers have returned to their jobs, people still fear
greatly for their lives and the lives of their families.