Forget about Cairo's Abdel Khaleq Tharwat St. where people are increasingly gettingÂ into the bad habbit of "disappearing." Once again, Kefaya strikes in Seoul..
Socialist activists in South Korea held a demo in front of the Egyptian embassy in Seoul, supporting the Egyptian judges and denouncing the crackdown on pro-reform activists.
Last March, President Roh Moo-hyun of South Korea paid Hosni Mubarak a visit in Cairo, where they discussed economic cooperation. My instinct tells me, Moo-hyun was also advised on the use of Korean baltaggiyas against Kefaya demonstrators in Seoul, after the EgyptianÂ experiment proved to be a success by all international standards.