Some may disagree when evaluating former Egyptian President Mohammad Hosni Mubarak. But it's unjust to underestimate the value and role of Mohammad Hosni Mubarak as a pilot.
‘Tools of justice’
God was patient with Mubarak as he granted him the chance to restore some respect after all he's been through following the collapse of his regime in February 2011.Abdel Latif el-Menawy
Trying the former president wasn't the cruelest of actions against him. I think the cruelest of actions was the moment when they decided to strip him of his medals and decorations. I think stripping him of the Sinai medal was the most painful for him. Many, including myself, think that holding a politician accountable should be carried out through political acts. The latter can be carried out by resorting to tools of democratic change, protesting or implementing civil disobedience, ousting him or even staging a coup against him. But I do not agree that the tools of justice should be used to impose a vengeful punishment that carries a different name but has one result and involves adopting uncivilized behavior to achieve vengeance.