video πŸ‡ͺπŸ‡¬πŸŽ†πŸš” Egypt celebrated the 25/1 revolution and the national police day, paying tribute to the strong efforts of law enforcement

πŸ‡ͺπŸ‡¬πŸŽ†πŸš”Β The Egyptians celebrated the anniversary of their 25th of January revolution which marks the end of a phase of dictatorship and corruption, and the transformation to a new democratic nation. This day coincides with the national police day of Egypt which celebrates the heroic efforts of the national law enforcement units in protecting the nation and its independence. πŸ™‚

🎧🎡 Such celebrations were accompanied with a song dedicated to the revolution and the Egyptian law enforcement protecting the nation. It is in the Egyptian language and is titled “wehdet saf” (meaning “united” in the Egyptian language).Β πŸ‘

πŸ“½οΈπŸš¨πŸŽžοΈΒ This anniversary comes this year in light of the huge efforts of the Egyptian police units in protecting the borders from terrorist attacks and securing the Egyptian nation from organised crime. It should be noted that the Egyptian police retreated from the streets during the 25th of January revolution in 2011 after they refused to shoot a bullet at the citizens in the national demonstrations, which is seen as a huge documented event in the history of law enforcement. The Egyptian police fused with the people and stood side-by-side with them to support their cause during the following 30th of June revolution. The video below (in the Egyptian language) demonstrates the daily routine and great efforts of the Egyptian police and their capabilities in fighting all sorts of crime within the borders of Egypt.Β πŸ‘

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