Target: Egypt President Abdel Fattah el-Sisi
Goal: Utilize all resources available to find out who’s guilty of car-bombing and ensure they receive the maximum punishment
At least one person was killed and seven injured when a car-bomb exploded in downtown Cairo outside the Italian Consulate. The building was badly damaged and the area was flooded due to underground water pipes rupturing during the blast. A CNN photographer reported seeing blood on the debris. According to reports, no one has claimed responsibility for the tragedy, so these sick people are still on the loose and still a danger to society.
This car-bombing appears to be yet another in a string of many terroristic attacks in Egypt over the past few years, despite their attempts at squashing militants. Just last month two people were killed in an attack at Karnak Temple.
These attacks must stop and future attempts must be prevented. The best way to accomplish this is by finding the people guilty of the most recent attack — the car-bombing — and making an example of them. These senseless tragedies, spurred from pure hatred, should be handled by issuing the absolute maximum punishment allowable to those who are guilty.
With that said, please urge Egypt’s president to utilize every ounce of their resources to find the people guilty of this sick attack and ensure they receive the maximum punishment.
Dear President Abdel Fattah el-Sisi,
The car-bombing that occurred outside the Italian Consulate in Cairo took at least one innocent person’s life and injured multiple others. The guilty party has yet to come forward or be found, so they’re now running loose continuing to endanger the lives of others. We urge you to utilize every resource available to find the person(s) guilty of this senseless, hate-driven tragedy and ensure that they receive the maximum punishment possible. If an example is made out of terrorist-style attackers, then it’s possible it will cut down on future attempts. Please show these terrorist that Egypt will not tolerate attacks like this.
[Your Name Here]
Photo credit: David Degner