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Cannibalism in North Korea: to eat or not to eat

China, Society, Opinion & Analysis, World, North Korea, cannibals

Feb 1, 2013 23:08 Moscow Time
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Starvation in famine-stricken North Korea is reaching unprecedented scale as tension between Pyongyang and Washington is mounting. At the time when Kim Jong Un negotiates a new deal with the Obama Administration, residents of the isolated country turn to cannibalism as their last hope for survival. Shockingly, North Koreans are not the only ones who consume human flesh. Chinese and Indians also practice cannibalism, and, all too often, not as last resort. Are humans becoming blood-thirsty carnivores?

It is often thought that in this modern technological world 'cannibalism' is a rare occurrence, but the recent reports from North Korea indicate otherwise. Last Sunday Asia Press - a specialist news agency based in Japan - published a report based on the claims of "citizen journalists" recruited inside North Korea which claimed that as sanctions against the pariah state are tightened even further, its residents are resorting to such extreme means of survival as cannibalism. North Korea experienced extreme drought in the summer of 2012, which resulted in a significant drop in food production. Famine is the farming provinces of North and South Hwanghae has already killed over 10,000 people. While North Korea has not confirmed or denied any reports of the deaths, it is not unthinkable that under such extreme conditions North Koreans might indeed be turning to desperate measures for survival.
In one particularly disturbing report, a man from South Hwanghae was said to be put to death by firing squad after it was learned he had eaten his two children. "In my village in May, a man who killed his own two children and tried to eat them was executed by a firing squad," reports Asia Press with reference to one of its 'insiders'. "While his wife was away on business he killed his eldest daughter and, because his son saw what he had done, he killed his son as well. When the wife came home, he offered her food, saying: We have meat. But his wife, suspicious, notified the Ministry of Public Security, which led to the discovery of part of their children's bodies under the eaves." Another insider journalist claimed that "there was an incident when a man was arrested for digging up the grave of his grandchild and eating the remains."
To Western dismay, law enforcement officials are also engaged in cannibalist practices. The report obtained by South Korea's Caleb Mission, provided a rare look into the alleged cannibalism among the police officers. The report said that in one account, "a police officer who could no longer fight his hunger killed his colleague using an ax, ate some of the human flesh and sold the remainder in the market by disguising it as mutton."
What is even more petrifying is that the North Koreans are not alone in their appalling flesh-consuming practices. Earlier this month tea plantation workers in India's Assam province were also accused of cannibalism after their boss's mutilated body was found on the grounds of the M.K.B. Tea Estate. It is being reported that the act of violence was sparked by orders from the plantation owner for 10 estate workers to vacate their quarters. Not long after the boss's announcement a mob of 1000 M.K.B. workers of surrounded the plantation owner's bungalow and set it on fire. In the morning the bodies of the plantation owner and his wife were discovered by the police. After inspecting the bodies (or, rather, what was left of them) the North Indian police were almost certain that the workers must have eaten the bodies of their boss and his wife after bludgeoning them to death. Moreover, one of the workers who was present during the attack has recently confessed of the act of cannibalism. Commenting on the issue, Numol Mahatao, deputy police chief of Tinsukia district, claimed that "at least five plantation workers ate the flesh of the tea planter and his wife. We suspect that about 15 people were actually involved in the crime. We have identified all the masterminds and nine are in our custody so far."
Allegedly, there is a group of people in India called Agori sadhus who still practice cannibalism eating rotten meat of the dead and meditating on human corpse. For Agori consuming human flesh has spiritual significance since they believe that the strength and wisdom of the dead man is transferred to the one who consumes his flesh. Nonetheless, the workers of M.K.B. Tea Estate hardly belonged to the Agori cast. Their compulsive act of cannibalism did not stem from particular spiritual or other ideological conviction but was rather a result of extreme despair and fury. Indian plantation owners are notorious for underpaying their workers and providing them with very poor accommodation in remote areas. Moreover, workers seldom have protection from police and cannot take advantage of laws designed to guarantee them health care and fair working conditions. In this respect, it can be inferred that the act of cannibalism in M.K.B. estate was sparked by hopelessness and resentment.
An even more disturbing form of cannibalism is currently taking shape in China. While the world has already become accustomed to the Chinese cuisine with such traditional dishes as monkeys' brains, owls' eyes, and deep fried scorpions, not all national favorites are as harmless when compared to the latest 'pint de jour' which has gained popularity in the Chinese province of Shenzhen - human foetus. The first reports of foetal cannibalism emerged back in 1995 when a journalist from the Eastern Express published a piece on contemporary dietary supplements in China. According this piece, some doctors in Shenzhen hospitals were eating dead foetuses after carrying out abortions. The doctors allegedly defended their actions by saying the embryos were good for their skin and general health. They claimed that "they can make your skin smoother, your body stronger and are good for kidneys". After the trend was set, it gained prominence among the general population of China and people started consuming foetuses as a human tonic. As recently as half a year ago South Korean customs officials seized thousands of pills filled with powdered human baby flesh arriving from China.
Allegedly, this gruesome practice stems from a particular perception of unborn children in Chinese culture. According to Dr. Warren Lee, former president of the Hong Kong Nutrition Association, "eating foetuses is a kind of traditional Chinese medicine and is deeply founded in Chinese folklore." Traditionally, ancient Chinese assumed that firstborns or aborted foetuses do not have personhood of their own and thus have no soul. From this perspective, foetuses are merely a part of a mother’s flesh and can be indigested. It was believed that if a mother 'reabsorbs' her still-born or aborted foetus she will then give birth to a healthy and strong baby. Admittedly, this type of belief is not uncommon in societies where cannibalistic infanticide was once considered to be normal practice.
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Prince Harry confesses killing Taliban militants
Grandson of Queen Elizabeth II, Prince Harry, has finished his Afghanistan mission and is going home after serving 20 weeks in a country infested with radical Taliban insurgents. A NATO operation in Afghanistan kicked off some ten years ago. Before leaving the British base, the Prince of Wales gave an interview to the press, confessing he had killed Taliban fighters.

The West is adept at demonizing whoever they want to go after - exclusive interview with Dr. Edward Herman

John Robles, Society, Opinion & Analysis, World, Srebrenica, Interview

Feb 24, 2013 15:59 Moscow Time
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Renowned author Dr. Edward Herman spoke with the Voice of Russia's John Robles regarding the facts surrounding the Srebrenica Massacre. In part 2 of the full interview Dr. Herman speaks about how the West, the CIA and NATO manipulate the media to demonize whoever they want to attack and how friends become evil enemies at the drop of a hat. His opinion of the War Crimes Tribunal for the Former Yugoslavia is something you have to listen to or read for yourself. Enjoy.

Hello! This is John Robles, I’m speaking with Dr. Edward Herman. He is a Professor Emeritus of Finance at the Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania. And he is also the author of several books, namely “The Manufacturing of Consent”, he wrote that with the Noam Chomsky, and “The Srebrenica Massacre: Evidence, Context and Politics”.
Robles: You said the West wanted, or the United States, wanted a reason to get Serbia. What exactly were those reasons?
Herman: After the fall of the Soviet Union, the West: the United States and its allies, no longer wanted to support an independent Yugoslavia. It was a social-democratic state, it was relatively independent and they didn’t want it to continue and would prefer to have it broken into pieces which they could control.
So, they encouraged Slovenia and the Bosnian Muslims, in Bosnia, and the Croatians, they encouraged them to leave Yugoslavia. And the only ones who wanted to keep Yugoslavia together were the Serbs. So, the Serbs did try to keep them together but there was mutual fighting and there were efforts to settle the whole business and let them exit more or less peaceably, but the West sabotaged those agreements.
This is a famous set of episodes, there was an attempt called the Lisbon Agreement in 1992, to sort of solve some of the problems with peaceful resolution and the Bosnian Muslims were encouraged by the United States to reject that agreement.
So, they fought one another mutually trying to establish land control and this caused the tremendous amount of killings. The Srebrenica massacre was part of this mutual ethnic cleansing and struggle for land control. But behind it all was the fact that the West supported the dismantling of Yugoslavia. And the Serbs were their enemy because the Serbs opposed this dismantling. So, the Serbs were the victims of all the West’s activity.
Most important, possibly, apart from the sabotaging of this peace agreement, was the setup of Yugoslavia Tribunal. And the Tribunal was, and remains a complete instrument of NATO and the United States and it went almost entirely after Serbs, and it actually helped to sabotage peace. It was really a phony judicial arm of NATO with the Serbs as victims.
And so, eventually they went after Milosevic. All these efforts of the Tribunal were the dismantling of Yugoslavia in a proper political light. If you could criminalize all the Serb leaders, you could prove that Serbia was the bad guy and that NATO and its activities, including the bombing war against Kosovo, that NATO would look like it was engaging in humanitarian intervention, here it had this judicial backup of the Yugoslav Tribunal which was a fraud, which was a travesty.
There is a wonderful book by John Laughland entitled “Travesty”. It is a study of the Yugoslav Tribunal and its devastating. Actually another good book is by Michael Mandel called “How America Gets Away with Murder” which also has a very good discussion of the Tribunal and International Criminal Court, and the extent to which they are effectively arms of the West, they are not judicial institutions at all, really Public Realtions arms of the West.
Robles: After WW II there was an agreement not to reorganize Europe. And I’ve read some material saying that Yugoslavia was the first experiment for the US in their game of geopolitical chess to reestablish or redefine the borders of Europe. Do you think that was successful and where do you think that has led us today?
Herman: I think it was a very successful operation from the standpoint of the United States and NATO, because this independent social-democratic entity was destroyed by the West and it left a series of states that are dependent on the United States and the West. Serbia which was once an independent state is now a groveling, kind of pathetic failed state. It was failed, by the bombing and by the long blockade or sanctions against Serbia, it is now groveling before the West trying to get into the European Union. It was dismantled and taken apart.
Robles: There are “some” people in Serbia, who are as you say, groveling for the West. But there is a large percentage of Serbians who know the reality of what happened and really, hate the West because they know that their country was destroyed.
Herman: I agree with you completely. I’m talking about the people who run this, those in power. It is true that there is a very significant minority, or maybe it is even a majority…
Robles: I think it is a majority, but you just said the key words there “those in power”. Right!
Herman: You know, I think that the vast number of Serbs are resentful of what has been done to them. But the West has arranged and the power structure has been fixed so that the friends of the West retain political power and they do the groveling.
Robles: And there is so much of a media blackout of anything that counters that “evil Serb” stereotype that they promoted in the West.
Herman: Absolutely, yes. The standard procedure of the United States and the NATO powers is to demonize whoever they are going to go after. So, Milosevic was made into a devil and the Serbs were made into an evil population. And of course the Bosnian Muslims loved that and latched onto that and they are still using it to achieve some of their aims. Countries finds it extremely difficult to throw off the burden of demonization and hatred by the West.
After we crushed Vietnam, we allegedly lost that war, but we damaged Vietnam horribly, we actually succeeded in maintaining an 18 year boycott of this victim to whom we ought to have been paying huge reparations. We actually should be paying gigantic reparations to Serbia for the illegal bombing war. But the West does this demonization and the demon charge hangs on.
So, each successful target you find this demonization process at work and the hypocrisy involved here is absolutely mindboggling because sometimes you have us changing our mind in mid-stream as with Saddam Hussein, when he was warring against Iran in the 1980s, he was a friend of the United States and they actually provided him with weapons of mass destruction. And then he became worse than Hitler. But the media doesn’t stress this and avoid it, they ignore the fact that he was our ally and then the next day he is a demon.
Robles: Same thing with Muammar Gaddafi, I mean he became a friend, again, what you were saying. Disarm! Disarm! Ok, he disarmed. The same with Hussein, he disarmed.
Herman: I don’t think we ever really loved Gaddafi or Assad but we did get along with them at least for a while. But Gaddafi was always a handy villain we could turn to, like in a Lockerbie case, that was really an amazing business, because after Pan Am 103 was shot down.
Robles: Sure! Do you think he was behind that? Do you believe that?
Herman: No, absolutely not! Right off the bat. The shoot down of Pan Am 103 followed by six months the United States shooting down an Iranian airliner killing 290 people. And six months after that there was Lockerbie, the Pan Am 103, so everybody knew. And in fact the CIA claimed for two years it was clear fact that Iran and Syria had been behind that bombing.
But the geopolitics changed and suddenly we were having to deal with Saddam Hussein, we needed Iran and Syria to be our temporary friends and Gaddafi was brought into the picture. The convenient villain. I’m totally sure, I’ve studied that Lockerbie case and it had nothing whatsoever to do with the shooting down of Pan Am 103.
But it is like the Srebrenica massacre. The capability of the West and the media to manipulate facts, and the CIA to manipulate facts and demonize, and have an effective case against whomever we have demonized, it is amazing how the West does this.
That was the end of part 2. You can find part three on our website at

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Djiboutian students, police clash over opposition arrests

February 26, 2013
Students from the University of Djibouti protested before the Supreme Court on Tuesday (February 26th), demanding the release of opposition leaders arrested Monday.
Movement for Development and Liberty (Model) leaders Sheikhs Abdirahman Bashir and Abdirahman God were arrested for "disturbing public order" on Monday for protesting alleged fraud during last Friday's legislative elections.
Opposition Union for National Salvation (USN) spokesman Daher Ahmed Farah, USN leader Ismail Guedi Hared and USN coalition president Ahmed Youssouf have been placed under house arrest.
Protests have continued despite the government's interdiction, with high school students joining in the fracas and clashing with police. Two policemen have reportedly been injured, and dozens of youth have been arrested.
Young protesters Abdallah Awad and Kassim Mohamed Ali told Sabahi that they feel the regime has become increasingly repressive. "They want to muzzle us, but they will not succeed because the time has come for change," Ali said.

Somali sheikhs vow to combat extremism after cleric assassinated while praying

By Hassan Muse Hussein in Garowe and Barkhad Dahir in Hargeisa

February 19, 2013
Somali leaders and citizens expressed shock and condemnation after a young man shot Sheikh Abdulkadir Nur Farah inside Badar Mosque in Garowe during Asr prayer last Friday (February 15th).
  • Leaders from the al-Itisaam Islamic Council speak to reporters at East Africa University in Garowe on February 19th. The leaders said they would engage the Somali ulama and citizens to stand united against violence and extremist ideology. [Hassan Muse Hussein/Sabahi] Leaders from the al-Itisaam Islamic Council speak to reporters at East Africa University in Garowe on February 19th. The leaders said they would engage the Somali ulama and citizens to stand united against violence and extremist ideology. [Hassan Muse Hussein/Sabahi]
  • Sheikh Abdulkadir Nur Farah was buried in the northern graveyard of Garowe on Saturday (February 16th). [Hassan Muse Hussein/Sabahi] Sheikh Abdulkadir Nur Farah was buried in the northern graveyard of Garowe on Saturday (February 16th). [Hassan Muse Hussein/Sabahi]
  • Hundreds of citizens attended the funeral to mourn the assassination of Sheikh Abdulkadir Nur Farah. [Hassan Muse Hussein/Sabahi] Hundreds of citizens attended the funeral to mourn the assassination of Sheikh Abdulkadir Nur Farah. [Hassan Muse Hussein/Sabahi]
Farah was shot in the back as he was kneeling to pray.
Hours later, Puntland regional President Abdirahman Mohamed Farole publicly blamed al-Shabaab for the assassination of the prominent Somali sheikh, announcing the capture of Abdirahman Hussein Jama Bile in connection with the murder.
On Saturday, Somaliland police apprehended two more suspects in Las Anod believed to have been involved in the assassination.
"One of the two men we have in our custody is believed to be directly involved in last week's murder of the late Sheikh Abdulkadir Nur Farah, while his accomplice had facilitated his escape," Abdullahi Said Guleid, deputy commander of police in Sool, told Dawan newspaper.
He said the suspects were arrested as they drove into the city, approximately 150 kilometres west of Garowe. The men have been transferred to Hargeisa and are under investigation, Guleid said.

A solution to extremism

Religious leaders across Somalia condemned the killing and urged citizens to find a solution to extremism.
"We condemn the killing," said Sheikh Mubarak Haji Nur of Buro in Somaliland. "It is against principles of Islam and [Somali] culture."
Nur also called for Somali and Muslim religious leaders to stand together against those who spill innocent blood.
Sheikh Ahmed Abdisamad, a cleric in Puntland and head of the executive committee of the al-Itisaam Council, a religious group that has vowed to fight the spread of al-Shabaab's ideology, announced Tuesday (February 19th) that he and other religious leaders are organising a major conference in the coming days to conduct a study to better understand the causes that lead to extremism in Somalia and to provide religion-based solutions that will be shared with the public.
Farole and Somali Minister of Interior Affairs Mohamed Mohamud Guled said they welcomed and would give their complete support to the sheikhs' conference.
Abdisamad also praised the Somaliland authorities for apprehending the suspects right away. He urged regional administrations across Somalia to engage citizens to be more effective against al-Shabaab.
To fight extremism effectively and find comprehensive solutions, Somali communities must work together to address all underlying issues, he said. When disagreements or problems arise, people should turn to established intellectual and political leadership.
"Our tribes, clerics, provinces, business people, soldiers and all sections of the public must come together for the same purpose," he told Sabahi.
Sheikh Abdinasir Haji Ahmed of Las Anod also blamed al-Shabaab for the murder. "The sheikh was killed by monsters in al-Shabaab, particularly the Amniyad faction that is characterised as outcasts that kill Muslims."

Farah laid to rest

Farah was buried in the northern graveyard of Garowe on Saturday, attended by clerics from across Somalia, citizens, and representatives from the Somali government and the Puntland administration.
Before his death, Farah had vehemently expressed his disapproval of al-Shabaab, and was part of the al-Itisaam Council.
"They call themselves the youth of jihad, but their jihad is aimed at Muslims," Farah said in a sermon at al-Rawda Mosque on January 5th. "They have killed off many Muslims, and you all know that hundreds of Muslims die in the explosions. How many have died in Bosaso, Garowe and Galkayo while entering or leaving the mosque? … This is their version of jihad."
Farah also spoke at the funeral of Sheikh Ahmed Abdirahman, who was killed in December 2011 in Bosaso as he was leaving al-Rawda Mosque after the morning prayer. Farah blamed Abdirahman's death on al-Shabaab.
The International Union of Muslim Scholars on Sunday mourned Farah and condemned his assassination.
"The Union calls on the Somali people to unite against extremists to preserve members of Somali society and preserve the lives of scholars and competent nationals," the organisation said in a statement signed by Chairman Yusuf al-Qaradawi and Secretary General Ali al-Qaradaghi.
Dahir Hassan, a 25-year-old Islamic studies student at East African University in Bosaso, said this was the first time he heard of someone killed while praying. "It used to surprise us to learn that someone was killed after leaving the mosque," he told Sabahi.
Hassan said he watched a Youtube video showing Bile's arrest and called him "a young, misguided youth".
"The people being killed off are our clerics, our source of knowledge," Hassan said, adding that the Puntland administration should assign armed guards to clerics. "[Al-Shabaab] wants to eliminate this nation's strength and its scholars, which will lead our country to a future without intellectual leaders."

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Somaliland: ‘East Africa’s Red Sea Corridor – Could it become a Major Energy Hub?

Somaliland Sun
Sunday, 13 January 2013 16:28
In light of its geographical position, long coastline and deep sea ports, Somaliland is strategically positioned to be one of East Africa's major energy supply bases and play a key role in the regions energy future.
By: Jieun Wrigley
DUBAI (Somalilandsun) - Africa is increasingly becoming a Energy Minister Eng Husein delivering his key note speechEnergy Minister Eng Husein delivering his key note speechmajor player in the world oil & gas game. Its proven oil reserves topped 132 Billion barrels in 2011 and are 9% of world reserves. Oil production stood last year at 8.8BBOD (10%) of world production. Current proven gas reserves are nearly 14.5 TCM (7% of world reserves) and gas production is up to 202 BCMD (6.17%).
These reserves and production numbers is currently dominated by West and North African countries, but that is all about to change once recent oil & gas discoveries in East Africa such as in Mozambique, Uganda, Madagascar and recently Kenya come online.
Recent world class oil & gas discoveries in East Africa have triggered a renewed interest in E&P companies to flock to the region to participate in its hydrocarbon riches. These discoveries are just the tip of the iceberg since huge swaths of East Africa's basins are still frontier areas that are just starting to open up and have seen little or no exploration. Many potential areas in the region have yet to see the drill bit.
The Horn of Africa region in particular with major discoveries all around it have been ignored by in large until now and have yet to be explored. However, exploration activities in my home country, Somaliland, are beginning to pick up. License holders such as Genel Energy and Ophir energy are set to embark on a major exploration program this year and the following ones that could add up to the burgeoning oil & gas discoveries in the East African region in the not too distant future. Other E&P companies are actively pursuing new licenses in Somaliland as well and are in talks with us.
Given its huge potential, the East African region has the capacity to become the new Middle East and some of this massive hydrocarbon potential once discovered and produced has to come to shore to ship to world markets. This will require huge investments in infrastructure such as pipelines, LNG trains, processing plants and shipping terminals.
The next two decades will see major foreign investment inflows to develop the region's hydrocarbon assets. This investment in infrastructure is necessary if East Africa is to realize the full commercial and economic advantages of its new found hydrocarbon wealth.
Building such an oil & gas infrastructure will require close cooperation and collaboration between the region's landlocked and coastal countries. New bilateral deals have to be struck between these countries to create new energy corridors in the region.
Besides its high probability for oil & gas deposits, East Africa's Red Sea coast sits across one of the world's busiest maritime lanes that connect the Suez Canal and the massive Asian shipping routes. Nearly 21,000 vessels pass thru the Gulf of Aden (formally called the gulf of Berbera, named after the Port of Berbera in Somaliland). Countries with deep sea ports and long coastlines in the region such as Somaliland are ideally located to serve as an energy portal and supply bases for neighboring landlocked countries in East and Central Africa to receive, process, store and ship all that oil & gas.
In addition to hydrocarbon energy, countries in the region such Ethiopia have also massive hydroelectric capacity. Ethiopia alone has the capacity for hydropower development of nearly 45,000 MW.
There is also a massive untapped geothermal potential in East Africa in the Great East African Rift system countries that has the potential to generate 2,500 MW of geothermal energy.
This combined energy potential of the region is only 250 km across the Gulf of Aden from the Middle East where subsea pipelines and cables can connect to Asia as part of a great Middle East/ East Africa energy network.
In light of its geographical position, long coastline and deep sea ports, Somaliland is strategically positioned to be one of East Africa's major energy supply bases and play a key role in the regions energy future.
Jieun Wrigley

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Opponents of Mohamed Morsi say the footage proves that the president has chosen to order a brutal crackdown
Link to video: Footage of Egyptian riot police beating naked man
A video of a protester being beaten and stripped naked has galvanised protests against the police and government in Egypt.
Hamada Saber, a middle-aged man, remained in a police hospital on Saturday, the morning after he was shown on television, dragged over naked tarmac and beaten by half a dozen policemen who had pulled him to an armoured vehicle near the presidential palace.
President Mohamed Morsi's office promised an investigation into the incident, which followed the deadliest wave of bloodshed of his seven-month rule. His opponents say it proves that he has chosen to order a brutal crackdown like that carried out by Hosni Mubarak against the uprising that toppled him in 2011.
Another protester was shot dead on Friday and more than 100 were injured, many seriously, after running battles between police and demonstrators who attacked the palace with petrol bombs.
That unrest followed eight days of violence that saw dozens of protesters killed in the Suez Canal city of Port Said and Morsi respond by declaring a curfew and state of emergency there and in two other cities.
"Stripping naked and dragging an Egyptian is a crime that shows the excessive violence of the security forces and the continuation of its repressive practices - a crime for which the president and his interior minister are responsible," the liberal politician Amr Hamzawy said on Twitter.
The incident recalled the beating of a woman by riot police on Tahrir Square in December 2011. Images of her being dragged and stomped on - her black abaya cloak torn open to reveal her naked torso and blue bra - became a rallying symbol for the revolution and undermined the interim military rulers who held power between Mubarak's fall and Morsi's rise.
Morsi has had little opportunity to reform the police and security forces he inherited from Mubarak and the military.
But the police action against protests this time has been far deadlier than it was even a few months ago, when bigger crowds demonstrated against a new constitution. That suggests to opponents that Morsi has ordered a tougher response.
Khaled Daoud, a spokesman for the opposition National Front said: "The instructions of the interior minister to use excessive violence in confronting protesters does not seem like surprising behaviour given the clear incitement by prominent figures in the presidency, and leaders of the Muslim Brotherhood to which the president belongs, and other parties in solidarity with them."
Morsi and the Muslim Brotherhood accuse the opposition of stoking unrest to further their demands for a national unity government as a way to retake the power they lost at the ballot box.
In announcing an investigation into the beating of Saber, Morsi's office made clear he was still pointing the blame at the political opponents who have encouraged protests.
"What has transpired over the past day is not political expression, but rather acts of criminality. The presidency will not tolerate vandalism or attacks on individuals and property. The police have responded to these actions in a restrained manner," Morsi's office said.
"Doubtless, in the heat of the violence, there can be violations of civil liberties, and the presidency equally will not tolerate such abuses. In one incident, an individual was seen to be dragged and beaten by police. The minister of interior has, appropriately, announced an investigation."

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