Compare this with how Egyptians react to the death of Khaled Said.中時電子報 - 3小時之前行政院大陸委員會六日表示，開放大陸人民來台觀光二年半以來，來台旅客人次累計達一八二萬人，粗估為台灣觀光與相關產業，帶來超過九百一十億新台幣外匯收益與商機。 自民國九十七年七月開放大陸遊客來台觀光，觀光人數一直呈穩定成長；去年，大陸來台總人數計一百六十三 ...中時電子報-3分鐘之前自由時報-38分鐘之前自由時報-1小時之前中時電子報-1小時之前自由時報-3小時之前自由時報-1小時之前
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By JENNIFER PRESTON
Published: February 5, 2011If there is a face to the revolt that has sprouted in Egypt, it may be the face of Khaled Said.
Mr. Said, a 28-year-old Egyptian businessman, was pulled from an Internet cafe in Alexandria last June by two plainclothes police officers, who witnesses say then beat him to death in the lobby of a residential building. Human rights advocates said he was killed because he had evidence of police corruption.
The Egyptian police and security services have a well-earned reputation for brutality and snuffing out political opposition. But in Mr. Said, they unwittingly chose the wrong target....