Last Tuesday, the former President of Egypt, Hosi Mubarak, died at the age of 92. The man who served his country for many years as leader of the Air forces, vice president and president of the republic from 1981 to 2011 deserved to receive a military funeral.
Egypt shall remember what he did including all good and bad things. It is understood that history doesn’t know angels or devils, but human beings who commit mistakes and do great things as well.
I remember here that when Mubarak left office after the revolution of January 25, he didn’t escape outside of his country to a place where he can be secure. Instead, he stayed and was judged till he died. In that occasion, I offer his family my sincere condolences and may God give him eternal rest and the family the strength to bear the great loss.