Saif Allah Mustafa Musa
Saif was a student in his first year of secondary school. He dreamed of being a successful engineer. He was not involved in politics and didn’t attend any previous protests.
On the “Day of Rage/Friday of Anger”, January 28, 2011, Saif went out with a friend to eat. As his friend recalls, when they reached the famous Clock Square in Nasr City within Cairo they had no plans other than returning home later, but were surprised to find the cars of the Central Security Forces of Nasr City police station were set on fire and police officers were shooting live bullets randomly at people at the street. Saif was hit by a bullet in the back of his head and fell to the ground. His friend, with help of others, rushed him to the nearest hospital. Nine doctors tried to save his life, but he fell into a deep coma. Doctors pronounced him dead on 1 February 2011.