27 Murdered in Cairo Riot

Last December, 26 children and adults died at Sandy Hook Elementary School. Gun banners immediately attacked law-abiding gun owners and the National Rifle Association.

Today, the Associated Press reported that two soccer players were among the 27 murdered during a riot over an earlier soccer-related riot:

Violence erupted in Port Said after a judge sentenced 21 people to death in connection with a Feb. 1 soccer melee that killed 74 fans of the Cairo-based Al-Ahly team.

The two soccer players were shot during this riot:

Dr. Abdel-Raham Farah says Mahmoud Abdel-Halim al-Dizawi, a soccer player in Port Said's Al-Marikh club, was shot three times and died.

He says Tamer al-Fahla, a soccer player who used to play for the city's main Al-Masry team, was also shot dead on his way to Al-Marikh club.

According to Small Arms Survey, Egyptians own a mere 35 firearms per 1,000 population, compared to America’s 888 per 1,000.

There’s been no response yet from Dianne Feinstein or the Brady Campaign over this most recent mass murder.

(Rick Moran covers the political aspects of this riot.)