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Egyptian Citizen Tastes Suicide Due To Poverty
An Egyptian citizen has found one more way out of the political and economic deterioration in addition to constitutionalizatin of human rights violations in the Egypt: committing suicide. The Egyptian deteriorating economic and political situations made a citizen from a popular region in central Cairo try to commit suicide by throwing himself in the River Nile. The citizen went to Qas
Wednesday, April 11,2007 00:00
by Ikhwanweb
An Egyptian citizen has found one more way out of the political and economic deterioration in addition to constitutionalizatin of human rights violations in the Egypt: committing suicide.
 
The Egyptian deteriorating economic and political situations made a citizen from a popular region in central Cairo try to commit suicide by throwing himself in the River Nile. The citizen went to Qasr Al-Neel bridge and throw himself into the Nile after leaving a small note, but he was rescued by a passerby.
 
It was 1.00PM at noon when passers-by saw at Qasr Al-Neel Bridge a young man taking off his clothes and- out of a sudden- throwing himself into the river; amid their screams and calls for help, a worker from Misr Al-Qadima called Said Mohamed Zaki, 39 years, , jumped into the water and rescued this man.
 
Lieutenant Colonel Mahmoud Abouamra, Qasr Al-Neel police chief, made initial investigations into the incident; the victim is called Mohamed Abdul Rahim, 35 years from Rod Al-Farag; he failed to find a job opportunity and he had a chronic disease in chest and he can’t afford the costs of treatment; his life became unbearable.
 
It was revealed later in the police report no. 4925 that the victim suffered after that from an acute psychological crisis; so he complained to god of the government in a small note and attempted to commit suicide.

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