Hosni Mubarak in intensive care unit and health deteriorates aren’t signs of recovery: An observation
Anchor for Allvoices
Several news reports have various descriptions on former Dictator Hosni Mubarak’s health. According to CNN Wire Staff report on June 06, 2012 as quoted from the state-run news agency MENA, and prosecutor’s spokesman Adel Saeed said “Mubarak is in intensive care at the Tura prison hospital, suffering from a sharp rise in blood pressure and shortness of breath.”
A patient placed under an “intensive care unit” means his health is in a serious condition. This what exactly happened to “Mubarak's health took a turn for the worse Wednesday and he was placed on a ventilator several times,” the state-run news agency and the prosecutor's spokesman further said.
Other reports described Mubarak’s health as “deteriorating and dangerous.” The ageing former strongman of Egypt at 84 years old depressed with his recent verdict of life imprisonment is no longer the strongman he used to be. He is actually weakening and goes towards the “justice of death.”
Mubarak’s health as seen and imagined through the above descriptions, the same are viewed as the vital signs that “death sentence for him” is getting closer and closer.
If the present court system of Egypt failed to give Mubarak a death penalty, “death itself will soon grant it” as the Egyptians clamor for it. However, the people of Egypt must have to wait a little bit more.