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Mubarak reported clinically dead.

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  1. Kibunago

    Kibunago JF-Expert Member

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    Aliyekuwa Rais wa Misri Mubarak hali yake kiafya imezidi kuwa mbaya amepelekwa hospitali ya kijeshi katika Ambulance sasa hivi

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    CNN imetangaza kuwa Mubarak ni Clinically Dead.

    New Egypt State News Agency report on ousted President.

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    Toppled president Hosni Mubarak has been pronounced clinically dead upon his arrival at a military hospital in the upscale neighbourhood of Maadi, according to Egyptian state news agency MENA.


    Medical sources told MENA that Mubarak's heart stopped after efforts to resuscitate him failed.


    However,Mubarak's lawyer Farid El-Deeb told Al-Hayat television channel that he is still alive. Efforts to revive him are beginning to have some effect, he added.


    AhramOnline's correspondent overlooking Tahrir Square reports fireworks and cheering after news began trickling in of the imprisoned president's apparent death.Demonstrators began playing the national anthem over loudspeakers. The majorityof the gathered crowd are Muslim Brotherhood supporters, with other groups having largely pulled out of the flashpoint square.


    Mubarak was transferred to Maadi's military hospital amid tight security measures.Media personnel were denied entry to the hospital, according to Al-Ahram'sArabic news portal.


    Earlier the 84-year-old former president suffered a stroke, but paramedics at the ToraPrison hospital resuscitated him with electric shocks.


    Mubarak was incarcerated in Tora Prison after being given a life sentence early this month for failing to stop the killing of peaceful protesters. For months during his trial, he was held captive at the International Medical Centre, a military hospital on the Cairo-Ismailia road.


    It is understood that Mubarak is suffering from cancer and heart problems. During his stay at the Medical Centre, it was reported on quite a few occasions thathis heart had stopped and had to be restarted by doctors.


    Revolutionary forces called for Mubarak's incarceration in Tora Prison before the verdict, tojoin the rest of the defendants from the former regime who were kept at the facility during their trials.


    The ousted president's condition was occasionally cited as a reason to keep him away from Tora, but after being sentenced to life imprisonment, he was transferred to the notorious facility, reportedly while shouting and ranting.


     
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    Hosni Mubarak is "Clinically Dead " according to Sky News
     
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    Egypt's state news agency MENA says deposed leader Hosni Mubarak is "clinically dead" after he was moved from prison to a hospital.

    According to an interior ministry spokesman, he suffered a stroke and his condition rapidly worsened on Tuesday.
    The spokesman, Alaa Mahmoud, said late on Tuesday that Mubarak, 84, was moved by ambulance from the hospital in Torah Prison to nearby Maadi Hospital in southern Cairo.
    State TV earlier said Mubarak was in a "critical" condition and had been placed on a respirator.
    MENA said Mubarak's heart stopped and a defibrillator was used to restart it.
    The prison official said doctors reported that he had fallen unconscious.
    The official spoke on condition of anonymity because he was not authorised to speak to the media.
    Mubarak was sentenced to a life in prison on June 2 for failing to stop the killing of protesters during last year's uprising against him.
    He was transferred to prison after spending months in a military facility in detention. Officials have since repeatedly reported his health is deteriorating.
    Since his arrival at the prison directly after his sentencing, Mubarak has been suffering from high blood pressure and breathing difficulties and deep depression, according to prison officials.
    His lawyer said he did not trust the doctors and appealed for his transfer to a better equipped hospital.
    SOURCE: ALJAZEERA
     
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    Bi. Mkora JF-Expert Member

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    R I P Mubarak.
     
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    Kunataarifa za kifo cha Hosni MUbarak kilichotokea dakika chahe zilizopita. Kisa ni kusimama kwa moyo wake kufanya kazi na kusimama kupumua licha ya kusaidiwa na machine kwa siku nzima ya Jumanne. Wamisri wajitokeza mitaani kushangilia kifo hicho.
     
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    Ni kweli. Wametangaza "He is clinically dead".
     
  7. Cool Gentleman

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    CNN imetangaza kuwa Mubarak ni Crinically Dead.

    New Egypt State News Agency report on ousted President.

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    [FONT=&amp]Toppled president Hosni Mubarak has been pronounced clinicallydead upon his arrival at a military hospital in the upscale neighbourhood ofMaadi, according to Egyptian state news agency MENA.

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    [FONT=&amp]Medicalsources told MENA that Mubarak's heart stopped after efforts to resuscitate himfailed.

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    [FONT=&amp]However,Mubarak's lawyer Farid El-Deeb told Al-Hayat television channel that he isstill alive. Efforts to revive him are beginning to have some effect, he added.

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    [FONT=&amp]AhramOnline's correspondent overlooking Tahrir Square reports fireworks and cheeringafter news began trickling in of the imprisoned president's apparent death.Demonstrators began playing the national anthem over loudspeakers. The majorityof the gathered crowd are Muslim Brotherhood supporters, with other groupshaving largely pulled out of the flashpoint square.

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    [FONT=&amp]Mubarakwas transferred to Maadi's military hospital amid tight security measures.Media personnel were denied entry to the hospital, according to Al-Ahram'sArabic news portal.

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    [FONT=&amp]Earlierthe 84-year-old former president suffered a stroke, but paramedics at the ToraPrison hospital resuscitated him with electric shocks.

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    [FONT=&amp]Mubarakwas incarcerated in Tora Prison after being given a life sentence early thismonth for failing to stop the killing of peaceful protesters. For months duringhis trial, he was held captive at the International Medical Centre, a militaryhospital on the Cairo-Ismailia road.

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    [FONT=&amp]Itis understood that Mubarak is suffering from cancer and heart problems. Duringhis stay at the Medical Centre, it was reported on quite a few occasions thathis heart had stopped and had to be restarted by doctors.

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    [FONT=&amp]Revolutionaryforces called for Mubarak's incarceration in Tora Prison before the verdict, tojoin the rest of the defendants from the former regime who were kept at thefacility during their trials.

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    [FONT=&amp]Theousted president's condition was occasionally cited as a reason to keep himaway from Tora, but after being sentenced to life imprisonment, he wastransferred to the notorious facility, reportedly while shouting and ranting.[/FONT]

    RIP Mubaraki​
     
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    Former Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak is clinically dead, according to reports. He was 84.
    "Former president Hosni Mubarak has clinically died following his arrival at Maadi military hospital on Tuesday evening,"
    Egyptian news agency MENA said, quoting medical sources.
    "Mubarak's heart stopped beating and was subjected to a defibrillator several times but did not respond."
    Mubarak ruled Egypt for nearly 30 years, steering the nation through the turmoil that swept a Middle East buffeted by wars, terrorism and religious extremism. But the war hero and savior of his country died as a criminal convicted for his role in the deaths of those fighting to oust him.
    Mubarak's health had been failing since he was sentenced to life in prison on June 2, after he was convicted of failing to prevent the killing of protesters in a February 2011 uprising against his rule.
    Doctors at the prison hospital used a defibrillator twice on June 11 after they could not find a pulse on the deposed leader. An AP story at the time said Mubarak "was slipping in and out of consciousness, was suffering from high blood pressure and breathing difficulties, and was in a deep depression, according to security officials at the prison."
     
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    Ukurasa wake wa Wikipedia unaonyesha jamaa bado anaishi!
     
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    tHIS IS CRAZY WORLD..LORD HAVE MERCY !
     
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    Tungoje uhakika
     
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    Taarifa ya sasa ya Jeshi inasema Mubarak hajafa isipokuwa moyo wake umesimama kufanya kazi na anaendelea kupumua kwa msaada wa mashine hadi sasa. CNN wanashangazwa na Jeshi kukanusha kifo ikiwa ni dakika 40 baada ya taarifa za awali kutolewa. Tuendelee kusubiri
     
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    Moyo umesimama lakini hajafa,duh kazi ipo ndo maana nilikimbia biology
     
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    Hata mimi hii inanipa walakini!!! Naangalia BBC nao wanasema hajafa pia...!!!
     
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    Kalale mahali utakapopangiwa mubarak..
     
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    Kama Namuona Kaka wa Magogoni anavyopiga MARKTIME piga ua lazima aende.
     
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    This will be the land of my living and my death," Mubarak said in that final address as president. "It will remain a dear land to me. I will not leave it nor depart it until I am buried in the ground."


    Hali ya huyu raisi wa Misri aliyepinduliwa ni tata sana.

    Madaraka matamu ila yaweza kuwa machungu pia kama usipowaongoza wananchi vizuri!
    Hii ni kwa viongozi wote.
     
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    Unapotamka Hosn Mubarak hapo umetamka topic mpya ktk somo la watawala wetu afrika.kama ilivyo aljebra ktk hisabat au electromagnetism kwenye fizikia,topic hii(mubarak) itasomwa na inatakiwa iwe somo hasa kwa viongozi miungu watu wa afrika ambao kwao cheo si dhamana tena bali ni 'utemi utemi'. Topic hii imeongezeka ktk somo ambapo topic nyinginezo kama ya chaz taylor na yule kenge mwingine wa congo nani nani vile...(jinalake kama la yule jamaa yetu aliyemruka rais mkapa kuhusu ishu ya prof.costa)
     
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    Conflicting reports emerge over whether Hosni Mubarak has died

    Conflicting reports emerge over whether Hosni Mubarak has died | The Lookout - Yahoo! News

    [Updated at 6:15 p.m. ET] Several senior Egyptian officials are now refuting a state news agency's report that former president Hosni Mubarak is "clinically dead." Citing medical sources, the state-run MENA news agency reported that that Mubarak had been declared clinically dead after being admitted to a military hospital on Tuesday evening. "Mubarak's heart stopped beating and was subjected to a defibrillator several times but did not respond," the MENA release stated.

    However, senior officials, including military leaders, have now contradicted that earlier report. Gen. Mamdouh Shahin, a member of the Supreme Council of the Armed Forces, reportedly told CNN that Mubarak "is not clinically dead as reported, but his health is deteriorating and he is in critical condition."

    Mubarak, 84, ruled Egypt for nearly 30 years, steering the nation through the turmoil that swept a Middle East buffeted by wars, terrorism and religious extremism. But the war hero and savior of his country died as a criminal convicted for his role in the deaths of those fighting to oust him.

    He suffered a stroke on Tuesday, and a defibrillator was used in prison before he was taken to the military hospital, Agence France-Presse reported.

    Mubarak's health had been failing since he was sentenced to life in prison on June 2, after he was convicted of failing to prevent the killing of protesters in a February 2011 uprising against his rule.

    Doctors at the prison hospital used a defibrillator twice on June 11 after they could not find a pulse on the deposed leader. An AP story at the time said Mubarak "was slipping in and out of consciousness, was suffering from high blood pressure and breathing difficulties, and was in a deep depression, according to security officials at the prison."
    More details on his death or funeral arrangements are not yet available.
    [Slideshow: Hosni Mubarak in pictures]

    The son of a low-level bureaucrat in the Nile Delta, Mubarak completed Egypt's three-year military academy in two years and rose quickly through the ranks of the Egyptian air force, according to a 2011 profile in the Washington Post.

    He was tapped as Egypt's vice president in 1975 and thrust into the presidency at the age of 53 on Oct. 6, 1981, when Islamist radicals gunned down then President Anwar Sadat at a military parade.

    Mubarak himself survived six assassination attempts. He won four terms in single-candidate referendums and easily carried off the first contested election in 2005.

    My take:Nadhani utawala wa wamisri ulikuwa unasubiri hili vuguvugu la uchaguzi wa rais upite ndipo watangaze kifo cha mbarak.
     
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    Reports from Cairo say former Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak is critically ill and may be close to death.

    The 84-year-old is said to have had a stroke, and was moved from prison to life support in an army hospital. Supporters and opponents gathered outside the hospital through the night, after initial reports said he was "clinically dead". Mubarak was removed in last year's uprising, and jailed for life for his role in the death of protesters.

    There have been frequent reports since then that his health has deteriorated, many of which have proved wrong. The news comes as tens of thousands of people protest in Cairo's Tahrir Square against a move by the ruling military council nto assume new powers.

    The rally was called by the Muslim Brotherhood, which is also claiming victory for its candidate Mohammed Mursi in last weekend's
    presidential elections. His rival Ahmed Shafiq, a former prime minister under Mubarak, has also said he has won. Results are expected to be announced on Thursday. The Muslim Brotherhood has also vowed to retry Mubarak once in power, and insists that he should face the death penalty.

    As Egyptians voted, the generals dissolved parliament and claimed all legislative power for themselves. Activists have describedthe moves as a "military coup". Scepticism On Tuesday, Mubarak -who ruled Egypt for 30 years - was transferred by helicopter to intensive care at the Maadi armed forces hospital after suffering a stroke, state media said. Correspondents say the
    hospital is better equipped to deal with suc conditions than the prison hospital where he was being treated.

    The former leader is now said to be unconscious and on life support. Doctors are said to have used a defibrillator on him several times. The device delivers an electric shock to the heart to try to re- establish a normal heartbeat. There are lots of police officers currently deployed outside the hospital, the BBC's Kevin Connolly reports.

    There are also small groups of people - both Mubarak's supporters and protesters against him - who have gathered outside the
    building, our correspondent says. One woman, a supporter, was almost shaking with emotion and saying "I love him".

    Another supporter, a man, stood holding a poster ofMubarak. "He is my father. I love him more than my father. The Muslim
    Brotherhood are criminals. They have destroyed our country. Mubarak kept us in peace for 30 years," he said.

    A group of anti-Mubarak young men responded by shouting: "We are poor, and he did nothing for us. His family ate meat and we
    were starving." "I'm ready to hammer his grave with my shoe," another protester added. Egyptians will be very sceptical about any reports about the former president's health, the BBC's Jon Leyne in Cairo says. Before Mubarak's trial began, his lawyer said he was in a coma, only for the former president to appear- alive and conscious, if not particularly well - in court, our correspondent says. Now there will be fears that the state of Mubarak's health could be used as a distraction, as Egypt waits for the result of the hotly mdisputed presidential election.

    However, our correspondent adds, the latest reports are better sourced than any before
    .

    Source: BBC
     
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