Sunday, February 27, 2011

#Jan25: Songs of the Revolution – أغانى الثــوره

el général, the voice of Tunisia, english subtitles

Ramy Essam - The real revolution song of Tahrir square

Egyptian Intifada!

El Tanbura #25 january revolution

Rebel (Arabian Knightz Feat.Lauren Hill)

Sout Al Horeya صوت الحريه Amir Eid - Hany Adel - Hawary On Guitar & Sherif On Keyboards

#Jan25 Egypt - Omar Offendum, The Narcicyst, Freeway, Ayah, Amir Sulaiman (Prod. by Sami Matar)

Mohammed Mounir Ezzai

Save Egypt Shabana

شعبنا قامت قيامته مظاهرات 25 يناير

The truth about Egyptian youth revolution, from the heart of Tahrir square. Egypt #jan 25

Friday, February 25, 2011

Jon Stewart Mocks Muammar Gaddafi's Style, Ruthlessness & For Blaming Osama Bin Laden

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#Jan25: يابــلادى : يعنى إيه كده حلو وكفايه؟

لا أتضايق من المتسلقين وأصحاب أنصاف الاحلام الذين يؤمنون بأن " كده حلو وكفايه" ولكنى أريد أن أسألهم عن تعريف كلمه "كده" بالضبط

كده تعنى : أن أحمد شفيق الذى عينه مبارك مازال يحكم البلد

كده تعنى : أن أبو الغيط مازال يمرمط إسم مصر فى التراب

كده تعنى : أن أمن الدوله مازال موجود ومازال لديه من المعتقلين ما لا نعلم عنهم شئ

كده تعنى : أن الإعلام الحكومى مازال ينشر الأكاذيب والإشاعات ويشجع على الكُره والطائفيه

كده تعنى : أن الشرطه مازلت يتملكها الكبرياء والغرور وعلاقة العبد والسيد

كده تعنى : أن أحمد فتحى سرور وصفوت الشريف وجمال مبارك مازالوا أحرار

أعتقد أن ذلك هو تعريف كلمة " كده" فأن الثوره فشلت. نجاح الثوره ليس بإزالة صور حسنى مبارك من بعض المصالح الحكوميه، نجاح الثوره هو إزاله نظام فاسد تفشى فى روح الوطن كالسرطان

Thursday, February 24, 2011

من أجل ثورة كاملة

 

البيان التالي, كتبه مجموعة من الشباب المصريين, بناء على نصائح من المستشار هشام البسطاويسي
الرجاء توزيعه ع الانترنت, وطباعته”كل ع قدر استطاعته” وتوزيعه في ميدان التحرير, او في الاحياء, او اماكن العمل الخ.

البيان: من اجل ثورة كاملة

إن ثقتنا فى رجال القوات المسلحة والمبنية على الموقف الوطنى الذى اتخذته أثناء الثورة تعتبر من الثوابت التى لا نسمح لأحد بالمزايدة عليها. ولوعينا بوجود قوى مضادة تسعى للإفلات من المحاسبة والاستيلاء على السلطة مجددًا. فإننا نؤكد على أننا مستمرون فى ثورتنا ضمانا لتحقيق مطالبنا كاملة احتراما لتضحيات الشعب ودماء الشهداء.

أولا: الرفض التام لكل محاولات الإبقاء على حكومة الفريق أحمد شفيق والإصرار على الاسقاط الفورى لهذه الحكومة الفاقدة للشرعية والتى اقسمت يمين الولاء أمام رئيس وصل الى منصبه عبر شرعية زائفة (تزوير صناديق الاقتراع) سقطت تماما فى الخامس والعشرين من يناير بخروج الشعب مطالبا باسقاط نظام هذا الرئيس.

ثانيا: عدم الاكتفاء بتعطيل الدستور الحالى واعلان الغائه التام.مع اصدار ميثاق وطني مؤقت (وثيقة دستورية) يشمل المواد المعدلة بعد الموافقة الشعبية عليها فى استفتاء يجرى تحت اشراف قضائى كامل، بالاضافة الى اعتبار المبادئ الواردة بكافة المواثيق الدولية المتعلقة بالحقوق والحريات سارية فى تلك الوثيقة الدستورية ويتمتع بها المواطنين المصريين. على أن يسقط العمل بهذا الميثاق الوطنى بمجرد اقرار دستور جديد تضعه لجنة تاسيسية منتخبة تضع دستورا جديدا يلبى آمال الشعب المصرى ومطالبه فى دولة مدنية ديموقراطية تحكمها المؤسسات.ويعد اسقاط هذا الدستور (الذى جرى ترقيعه لسنوات لخدمة القوى غير الديمقراطية التى تولت حكم البلاد فى الاعوام المنقضية) اسقاطا لفرص فلول نظام الرئيس مبارك فى العودة عبر وجوه واقنعة جديدة.خاصة وان اسقاط هذا الدستور يعنى الاسقاط الكامل للنظام.

ثالثا: نرفض كافة محاولات الالتفاف على المطلب الشعبى الخاص بالمحاسبة الفورية لكل من تسبب فى اراقة قطرة دماء مصرية فى محافظات مصر المختلفة وكل من تسبب فى اصابة او اعاقة مواطن مصرى سواء بتوجيه الأمر أو عبر تنفيذه. ونخص بالذكر قيادات وزارة الداخلية التى مازالت تنكر على لسان وزيرها اللواء محمود وجدى وجود أى دور لها فى الاعتداء على الثوار السلميين خلال الايام الثمانية عشرة الأولى من ثورتنا الشعبية. رغم وجود شهادات عدة وثقها المواطنون من المدنيين وابناء جهاز القوات المسلحة تثبت تورط عناصر من الوزارة فى هذه الجرائم المرتكبة ضد الشعب وضد الانسانية. ونؤكد أن بناء الثقة بين المواطن وأجهزة الأمن مرهون بالمحاسبة وتطهير الأجهزة الأمنية

رابعا: العمل على الغاء اجهزة القمع الامنية وبخاصة جهاز مباحث أمن الدولة الذى ثبت تورطه فى جرائم عدة ضد الانسانية عبر ثلاثين عاما قضاها الرئيس المخلوع فى الحكم وقضاها الجهاز فى خدمته، بالاضافة للعمل على اعادة هيكلة باقى الاجهزة التابعة للوزارة ومن بينها قطاع السجون التى سجلت منظمة العفو الدولية تجاوزاته فى حق المسجونين وجهاز المباحث الجنائية الذى ثبت لسنوات لجوء عناصره لانتزاع الاعترافات عبر التعذيب عوضا عن استخدام الاساليب الشرطية والعلمية للبحث الجنائى

خامسا: الافراج الفورى عن المعتقلين لدى الاجهزة المختلفة والتحقيق فى حالات الاختفاء القسرى والتى تدفع المواطنين للتشكك فى وعود الإفراج عنهم

سادسا: نؤكد عبر هذا البيان تضامننا الكامل مع مطالب العمال المشروعة وكل ما يتخذوه من اجراءات فى سبيل تنفيذها بما فى ذلك الحق فى الاعتصام والاضراب بما لا يعطل عجلة الانتاج. خاصة وان مطالبهم المشروعة المتمثلة فى رفع الحد الادنى للاجور وتطهير المؤسسات تتفق مع اهداف الثورة فى التغيير والعدالة الاجتماعية. ونهيب بعمال مصر تنظيم مواقفهم الاتجاجية اسوة بعمال المحلة الذين استطاعوا الضغط لتنفيذ مطالبهم دون ان يتوقف الانتاج بمصانعهم. مع التأكيد على حقهم فى اتخاذ الاجراءات التنظيمية اللازمة لاصلاح وتطهير نقاباتهم.

ونؤكد بما لا يدع مجالا للشك لدى أى طرف أن الثورة ودماء الشهداء هى المرجعية الوحيدة لمشروعية أى قرارات للمجلس العسكرى. وعليه فان أية قرارات تأتى مخالفة لمطالب الثوار هى قرارات باطلة ومنعدمة الشرعية بالتبعية

انضم الآن إلى مجموعة "من أجل ثورة كاملة" على فيسبوك وادع أصدقاءك للانضام

 

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#Jan25 : The Revolution continues……

Video of the latest Egyptian Police’s Crime.

Mahmoud Wagdy -the new Minister of Interior- said in a statement that we should forget the past and move on. He would not send any police officer to trial for the past crimes! A day later, one of his police officer shot a microbus driver in Cairo (see video above). Does this sound like a new start?

 

We are not seeing any tangible changes in Egypt yet. If the Army and current government think removing Mubarak's pictures from the government offices will calm us down, they are mistaken.

 

∙         The revolution is not over  till we remove all of Mubarak's co-criminals’ friends from offices.

∙         The Egyptian state media did not change a bit. Still spreading lies, rumors, hatred, and Sectarian.

∙         The Police is using the emergency law to kidnap people for no reason.

∙         The government which Mubarak put in place before his departure is still running the country. 

The army asks the people to go back to their normal lives and stop all kind of protests and strikes and yet, none of the demands is met! The revolution was not about getting rid of Mubarak. It was about changing the entire filthy regime.

They are testing the people's patience and they should know by now that all of our patience was used in the last 30 years.

They are calling for troubles and they are going to get them.

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Tuesday, February 22, 2011

Understanding #Gaddafi’s Historical “Speech”!

If you did not watch the historic speech by Gaddafi, I am so sorry to tell you this: you missed one of if not the best comedy night in TV history.
The speech was aired live on Al Jazeera networks instead of the Comedy Center.
Till this second, so many people are trying to get in touch with his drug dealer. It was very clear that the stuff he was taking was unheard of.
The highlights of the speech :


1- Bin laden and Al Qaeda were not running Benghazi!


2- He defeated America, Italy, Egypt, Tunisia, and South America. No one know in which war!


3- He was looking for a dude by the name of Abdullfattah and he was very concerned about him.

4- He asked every parents to ask their kids to return home and stop protesting.


5- He said that he did not order the use of force against the people yet! So whoever died in the last few days was killed by aliens.


6- if the protesters did not stop, he would start a holly war to free the country from the Libyan people!


7- He would fight till the last drop of his blood.


8- He was/ is the GLORY. I am not kidding. He actually said itSmile


9- His son Saif was going to to take care of the Media and Diplomatic Relations. And we did not know what he meant by " taking care" was it the same " taking care" in the God Father?


10- Foreign governments and secret agencies such Egypt and Tunisia were behind the Libyan's Revolution.


12- He hated Al Jazeera and Qatar.


13- He was not a president like Mubarak and Binali. Therefore, he could not resign.


14- He basically did everything in Libya and the country was nothing without him.


15- He knew the names of all the Libyan citizens and he was bragging about it.


16- He said something about a secondary school kid who hit some guy and they ran after each other.


17- He mentioned the riot in LA in the 80s.


18- He confirmed the US Army uses American made fighter jets in Iraq and Afghanistan!


19- All protesters in Libya were doing drugs .

20- He mentioned rats and cats.

The only thing he missed was who would win the World Series this year.
Let me tell you this, I am a native Arabic speaker, and I had no clue what the dude was trying to say.
I never appreciated Mubarak in my life till I watched Gaddafi!

The speech needs to be translated from Arabic to Arabic first before translating it to any other language.Smile

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Egyptians fleeing #Libya report mercenaries terror - video

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Monday, February 21, 2011

#NYC to rally for #Libya against #Gaddafi

Gadaffi ordered his fighter jets to bomb the protesters in Libya. The smallest thing we can do is to support the Libyan people in their fight against the murderer dictator.

Date: Wednesday, February 23rd

Time: 16:30 to 18:30

Where: Libyan Mission to the United Nation,309 East 48 Street between First and Second Ave.

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Unrest in Libya

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Sunday, February 20, 2011

It is time for the West to come clean!

The Western Governments should come clean now. Supporting dictators will not give you stability anymore. You should win the people not the dictator who is killing them.

You call yourselves the “free world” so please support the freedom and the people who are dying for it.

With or without you, the people will win because they are fighting for their basic rights.

You are trying to win a dictator by your silence, but you are making millions of enemies. What is happening in #Bahrain, #Yemen, and #Libya is a crime against the humanity and you are taking part of it by not saying or doing a thing.

Apologies will not be accepted very soon so it is better to act now.

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Tuesday, February, 22: The Return to #Tahrir Square.

People are going back to #Tahrir square this coming Tuesday, February 22nd. Mubarak might be gone, but his old team is still running the country. Same old faces, same old corruptions.

We got rid of Mubarak, but we did not clean the entire house yet.

We feel something is coming from Sharm Al Sheikh where Mubarak is hiding.

The Tuesday’s protest will have a clear message to the army and whoever left from Mubarak’s regime:

  • We must have a free Media.
  • The PM and his clowns must step down.
  • We must dissolve the State Security (Amn El Dawla).
  • We must Lift the emergency law.
  • We must know where are the Speakers of the Parliament and the Shura Council.
  • Everyone, everything that was a part of Mubarak’s regime MUST go now.

If you think the revolution is done, you are mistaken!

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Friday, February 18, 2011

طــعم الثوره

لابد من وجود المنافقين حتى يشعر الصادقون بقيمتهم

ولا طعم للعدل بدون ظلم وقهر. وما قيمة الحريه بدون سجّان يغتصبها

فلا تعطوا أصحاب حملة رد الجميل إهتماما

فاذا لم تحركهم دماء 365 شهيداً فلن تحركهم حروف كلامتكم

انها لا تعمى الأبصار ولكن تعمى القلوب التى فى الصدور

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Live and suffer Mr. Dictator!

Few months ago, our only hope as Egyptians was "Mubarak's Death". We dreamed of it when he went to Germany last summer for a "Secret" surgery. We even created a hashtag for it; #MubarakDeath.

But we started to realize that Mubarak does not die. We joked about it by saying he was getting younger and would outlive all of us.

But now, and after our revolution, I really don't want him to die.

I want him to live to see the free Egypt he hijacked 30 years ago. I want him to see us building a brand new Egypt that he is not part of. I want him to watch #Tahrir Square and see how much we are enjoying Egypt without him.

I wish he has the guts to look into the eyes of every parent who lost a child in the revolution and asks for forgiveness.

I want him read his name in every newspaper with "EX" before it.

Live and suffer Mr. Dictator. What you are feeling right now is nothing comparing to what we went through.

Worst days are coming for you, and for us, we are having fun building the country we love.

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The Guardian: Egyptians gather in Tahrir to mark revolution

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#Jan25 :Day of Victory in #Tahrir Square.

Al Qaradawi delivered his last speech in Egypt in 1981 after the assassination of Sadat and has been banned ever since. He returned today to #Tahrir Square, and led thousands of Egyptians to pray for the martyrs who have fallen during Mubarak's era.

Egyptians People visited Tahrir Square today to celebrate victory and send a clear message to our Army; revolution is not a phase, it's a movement! It's a real change and we are watching!

The funny part was when the Egyptian State TV aired REAL live picture from Tahrir Square; and that was the first time since the revolution started. However, when the protesters started chanting against the government, the Egyptian TV cut the broadcast immediately!!! Some people just don’t learn. If you watch the Egyptian State TV now , you will find out they have a strong agenda which is praising the army instead of Mubarak. These people cannot live without kissing someone’s ass!!

How you go to bed at night if you are lying all day!!

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Tuesday, February 15, 2011

Gaddafi to protest against himself! Please pack your tent and go.

Gaddafi is planning to join the protesters to protest against his own regime!

We all know the guy is crazy, but not that crazy.
May be he thinks it is a game and he wants to play. Or May be he thinks they are protesting someone else.

Gaddafi aired a televised statement to the Tunisian people after- Bin Ali ran away- criticizing them for uprising and forcing Bin Ali to ran to Jeddah.

He asked them not to believe the internet!

In Egypt, we waited for a similar statement, but he knew better.
We would love to move out of Tahrir Square to scare the hell out of him.

Gaddafi is feeling lonely now. He is losing a dictator friend every month. By the summer, there will be a brand new Middle East.


The bright side for Gaddafi is he does not have to pack much; just his tent

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Monday, February 14, 2011

Poor Obama!

Poor Obama! I rally feel bad for the guy. The Middle East decided to change while he is in office. He does not know who to support and who to run away from.

The famous " Yes We Can" slogan did not include the Middle East in it.

I bet George W is laughing his ass off now while explaining to Laura that bombing the entire Middle East is the only option.

On behalf of the entire Middle East, please accept my sincere apologies. We did not mean to put you in this tough position.

And just for the record, I would love to see George W in a press conference discussing protests and tear gas:)

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Sunday, February 13, 2011

Why Arab dictators block Facebook?

I cannot imagine Mubarak's face while his advisers are explaining to him what is Facebook? And working too hard to convenes him that Facebook is not a branch of Al Qaeda or any other terrorism organizations.

Gaddafi on the other hand will issue an assassination order for Mark Zuckerberg after trying to buy entire company.

And for Algeria's Bouteflika, he does not believe there is a thing called internet.

Arab dictators never thought for a second that they would fight a Google account, Facebook status, and Twitter's 140 characters.

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Saturday, February 12, 2011

Algeria’s Dictator: Step down NOW so we can move on to the next country

The Algerian dictator should step down today in day one to save our time so we can move on to the next Arab country.

He just witnessed 2 dictators got their ass kicked. So if he is smarter than them, he should just pack his bags and waive goodbye.

I also, suggest no speeches or statements. No one believes them and they triple the number of protesters.

Don't think your cabinet like you and don't count on them! They will sell you for free when the number of protesters increase.

Make it simple man! we really have no time for this. We are looking to change the entire Middle East by mid June.

so be smart and vanish!!

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Today, tear gas smelled like jasmine!

Happy? Hell yes.
It is a brand new feeling for any Egyptian. You have to live it so you can touch its magic!

We did it. Our first demand is finally met. It took us 18 days which was not bad for rockies.

When we walked to the streets we knew there was no way back.

In a day like this, you have to pray for the people who gave their lives so we can celebrate.

Everything looks and tastes better today. Tear gas, live bullet, tanks, stones you name it.

Today is a day to celebrate and tomorrow we are back in action to help build our own country with our own Egyptian hands.

I want to thank everyone outside Egypt who supported and believed in us. You deserve the celebrations as much as we do.

We get rid of a dictator by using our sense of humor, twitter, facebook, blogs, and of course our LOVE for the country.

Today the Egyptian people put the first stone of democracy in the Middle East.

We have the oldest history on earth, and today we just added another line to it.

The good days are coming!

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Friday, February 11, 2011

Revolt like an Egyptian !!!!!

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We have An Ex President!!!

I never thought I would live to see the date when we can say :

Our Ex-President!!!!!!!!!

Mubarak resigned after millions of Egyptians refused to leave the streets.

The Power of people will win any fight. We went to this battle with only one weapon; our love to our country and that was why we win.

The fight is not over, we have a country to build!

To the free world who supported us and to the dictators who are afraid of freedom, shame on you!

God bless Egypt

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The Army is BIG disappointment

Another disappointing speech by Mubarak and his Vice President. Mubarak confirmed that he was not seeking another term like that was an option. He delegated all of his duties to a vice president who is as evil as himself.

Mubarak apologized for the people he had killed, but not for the people he is going to kill by choosing to stay in office.

I really don't know what is going on in his head! He thinks after such a pathetic speech, people will just leave Tahrir Square and return to their homes?

My biggest disappointment so far is our Army. I wrote here before that the Army must choose a side; the people side I meant!! And yet the army is on Mubarak side.

Clearly, the Army and Mubarak choose blood over peace

No protester is leaving Tahrir Square or the streets till the entire regime steps down.

The people are not afraid of anything and they are willing to die for their country.

I am asking the Army again:

Please work for Egypt's interests and not for Mubarak's.

Sooner or later, the dictator is going down and you better be with us when it happens.

And for the international society:

Please support the demands of the Egyptian people to live a free life. Supporting a dictatorship regime will not get you any stability, but supporting democracy will.

For other dictators such the king of Saudi Arabia and Qaddafi:

You are next!

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Thursday, February 10, 2011

Mubarak to step down tonight?

News about Mubarak to step down tonight and transfer power to either the army or Omar Suleiman the Vice President.

If he did so and gave Suleiman the duties, the only change for us is to re write the sign in Tahrir Square.

will see what is going to happen and write about it of course.

 

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Song in Solidarity with Egyptian Revolution

 

http://www.bonfion.com/forum/topic.php?topicID=356

Washington DC  1 PM, Saturday 12, 2011

Egyptian Solidarity Rally & March
Organized by Egyptian American Organizations
Saturday, February 12th, 2011
The Whitehouse "Lafayette Park", Washington DC
1:00 - 4:00 PM
Support the Egyptian Revolution. End US Support to Mubarak and His Regime. Also join protesters as they sleep over night in front of the white house (We have permit for the sleep over)
Facebook Event: http://www.facebook.com/event.php?eid=161878673860801
Come March in Solidarity with millions of Egyptian People in their struggle for democracy and human rights as they demand the immediate DEPARTURE of the repressive Mubarak regime
For Bus Tickets in NY area: Call 212-633-6646 & 646-462-4677
NY Buses leave at 7:30 AM from The International Action Center at 55 W. 17 St., Suite 5C New York, NY 10011
NY Buses return by 9:00 PM

New York City 1 PM, Saturday 12, 2011

Amnesty International CALL TO ACTION
IN SOLIDARITY, IN DEFIANCE
Global Day of Solidarity with the people of Egypt  
Join Amnesty International USA and others around the world as we stand with the people of Egypt in their demand for an end to the crackdown, for their freedom, their basic human rights and immediate reform.

Saturday, February 12th @ 1pm 
(near) Egyptian Mission to the United Nations
(44th Street and Second Ave. NYC)

Please show your solidarity and defiance by wearing black, white or red
(the colors of the Egyptian flag).

We Stand with the People of Egypt!

http://www.facebook.com/home.php#!/event.php?eid=168958493150270

For more information please contact ne1internnyc@aiusa.org or 212.633.4181

 

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Wednesday, February 09, 2011

Tuesday, February 08, 2011

Goodbye Egypt; for now :(

I am writing these words on my way to the airport.
I am leaving Egypt today because I have to.
If it is up to me, I will stay here till we celebrate victory or till I die.

My body is leaving, but my heart and soul will stay here with the people who are writing our real history with their blood.

The past 2 weeks were the best period of my life. I am blessed to be in Egypt when the revolution started.
I will never forget any second of these 2 weeks. I will never forget the chants of the protesters walking by Alexandria's angry sea.

I will never forget the people who die so we can have a better life.

God bless Egypt.

see you in New York

Monday, February 07, 2011

Mubarak is running out of lies!

Lucky for us, the Mubarak's regime did not change much. They have the same stupidity and criminal minds.
If you watch Egyptian state TV, you will find out that the government is working very hard to spread one and only message:
People who are in Tahrir Square are agents for foreign government such as Iran and Israel.

Every night, the Egyptian TV hires a different clown who claims to be a protester in Tahrir Square.
The TV host asks the clown: tell us about what is going on in Tahrir?
The clown starts crying like a teenager in prom night!
" I hear people speak English. They don't look Egyptians"

Really? How do Egyptian look like?

It makes you sick to your stomach when you hear or watch these clowns.

The government media want Egyptian to fight each other. They want the average Egyptian to think that the revolution in Tarir Square is made outside of Egypt.

Mubarak and his thugs succeed for years to scare the west from Egypt opposition. They repeated for years; free Elections means islamic extremists take power.

Since the revolution started, Omar Soliman the Egyptian VP kept saying people in Tahrir Square are the Muslims Brotherhood army! I did not know that the Muslims Brotherhood have copts among themselves!

May be these tactics will work with some ignorant western governments, but it won't work with the people.

Mubarak is running out of everything including lies and fabricated news!

Sunday, February 06, 2011

Protesters tore Mubarak billboard Part 2 -Alexandria

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USA Supports Liberty of Egypt NOW!!


USA Supports Liberty for Egypt Now

Photo by Kirsti Itameri

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Second Friday - Protesters tore Mubarak billboard Part 1 -Alexandria


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Protest in Alexandria Friday 1/28 Part 2 San Stephano


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Protest in Alexandria Friday 1/28 Part 1 San Stephano


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Curfew in Alexandria Part 2


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Curfew in Alex


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An Army officer arrests a man in alex and slaps him


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Egyptian Revolution 2011 COMPLETE. World MUST MUST watch this. Freedom for All!

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American People supporting the Egyptian People

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An Alexandrian Protester got shot in the chest by the Egyptian Police!

Dream With Me (Ehlam Ma'aya) - 25 Jan Revolution

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Anti Mubarak Protesters In Time Square

 

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After loosing the Tahrir fight, Mubarak’s regime is trying to win the Media!

Mubarak’s regime has lost the fight in Tahrir Square. His thugs and criminals could not terrorize the protesters. For the last few days, the regime is attacking media personal and reporters all over Cairo. They stormed so many human rights offices and arrested all of its employees.

As of now, the dictatorship has lost the streets’ fight and they are playing another dirty game. Egyptian State Media such as the Egyptian TV and the Radio are spreading false statements about the protesters and their supporters

The Egyptian State Media is trying very hard to scare the average Egyptian citizen who has no other source to the  information except of the State Media . They are describing the protesters as Traitors, Spices, and working for  foreign agenda!

The Egyptian State Media is also trying to scare the west of our Revolution. Mubarak is trying to scare the world from the MB who made it very clear that they were not looking for the presidency or the government in Egypt.

Egypt will never ever become a religious state! you know how I am sure, because I know lots of people in Tahrir Sq who are dying for the freedom of everyone.

Don’t listen to Mubarak’s Media thugs.

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Friday, February 04, 2011

Updated list of Demonstrations for Egypt in the US

 
Notification of events held by various Organizations
Demonstrations
February 4, 2011
Washington DC
Egyptian Solidarity March
Friday, February 4, 2011 At 3:00pm in Front of the White House
1600 Pennsylvania Avenue
Washington DC
In Egypt this is called the DAY OF DEPARTURE
Raleigh, North Carolina
Friday, February 4, 2011 
3:00-6:00 PM
At the intersection of Gorman St and Western Blvd
Houston, TX
Friday February 4, 2011
4:PM
Egyptian Consulate Houston 77057
Chicago
Friday, February 4, 2011
5pm
Egyptian Consulate
Upper Illinois Ave. & Michigan Ave.
New York City
Friday, February 4, 2011
3:30pm - 5:30pm
Times Square (at 42nd St & 7th Ave)
includes a March to the Egyptian mission (44th st. and 2nd Ave)
February 5, 2011
Washington, D.C.
Saturday, February 5, 2011
Gather at 12noon at the Egyptian Embassy
3521 International Court NW
(off Van Ness between Connecticut and Reno)
March to the White House
Saturday, February 5, 2011
In front of White House
1600 Pennsylvania Avenue
Washington, DC
2 pm
Boston
Saturday, February 5, 2011
12:00pm
Location: Copley Square.
Info: 857-334-5084
Columbus, Ohio
Saturday, February 5, 2011
2:30pm
Wexner Center for the Arts
at Ohio State University
(16th and High St. on campus)
Los Angeles
Saturday, February 5, 2011
11:30am
Westwood Federal Building
11000 Wilshire Blvd.
San Francisco
Saturday, February 5, 2011
1pm
U.N. Plaza, Market and 8th
New York City
Saturday, February 5, 2011
1pm-4pm
UN (at 1st Ave and 47th St)
Hartford, Connecticut
Saturday, February 5, 2011
1-3pm
State Capitol Building
210 Capitol Ave.
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Thursday, February 03, 2011

The Day of Departure; New Yorkers Rally for Egypt

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Egyptian Army must choose a side

After Mubarak's thugs failed to terrorize protesters in Tahrir Squar today and last night, pressure builds on Egypt's Army to choose a side.

The army choose not to interact with the thugs last night and let them kill as many as 8 protesters.

The prime minister and the Vice President spoke to the people today. Both of them promised to prevent any more killing, but as I am writing these words, the thugs in Tahrir are still fighting.

Tomorrow, is a big day in Egypt's history. Millions of people are heading  out to the street again without guns or any kind of weapons.

I will beg our Army to protect Egypt's only hope tomorrow. Our future is between your hand so please don't let it get crushed by Mubarak's thugs.

 

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Support Freedom in Egypt in front of the UN in NYC

Egypt PM apologizes for the last night Tahrir massacre

Ahmed Shafiq apologized for the killing of the innocent protesters in Tahrir Square last night and he promised it wont happen again. It was a  funny statement because the killing of the protesters was happening while he was giving the statement.
Shafiq confirmed he had no idea of yesterday's massacre. How about now? The thugs are still fighting the protesters in Tahrir.
From friends in Tahrir, the spirit is high and waves of people are going to join right now.



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Notification of events held by various Organizations in the USA

Update : New Event 

The Friday Departure

Friday, February 4 · 3:00pm - 6:00pm Location The White House, 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue. The Departure Friday Supporting the Egyptian revolution (uprising) Showing solidarity one million protesters When: Friday 02-04-11 Where: in front of the white house time: 3:00 pm-5:00pm Contact: Amin mahmoud 202-276-4940 Akram Elzend 703-225-9477 Organized by: The coalition of Egyptian American organization

Thursday, February 3rd 2011

Press conference in front of the State Department

TIME: Noon

State Department, 23rd street between C and D streets, Washington DC, NW

The speakers include (more will be added):

Khaled Beydoun, (202) 341-6157, kbeydoun@gmail.com, co-founder of

http://www.freeegyptnow.org

Radia Daoussi, President, Vineeta Foundation,

www.vineeta.org

Ibrahim Ramey, MAS freedom

A rally will follow the press conference in front of the State Department.

Demonstrations

February 4, 2011

Chicago

Friday, February 4, 2011

5pm

Egyptian Consulate

Upper Illinois Ave. & Michigan Ave.

New York City

Friday, February 4, 2011

3:30pm

Egyptian Consulate

2nd Ave and 59th Street

February 5, 2011

Washington, D.C.

Saturday, February 5, 2011

Gather at 12noon at the Egyptian Embassy

3521 International Court NW

(off Van Ness between Connecticut and Reno)

March to the White House

Saturday, February 5, 2011

In front of White House

1600 Pennsylvania Avenue

Washington, DC

2 pm

Boston

Saturday, February 5, 2011

12:00pm

Location: To be announced.

Info: 857-334-5084

Columbus, Ohio

Saturday, February 5, 2011

2:30pm

Wexner Center for the Arts

at Ohio State University

(16th and High St. on campus)

Los Angeles

Saturday, February 5, 2011

11:30am

Westwood Federal Building

11000 Wilshire Blvd.

San Francisco

Saturday, February 5, 2011

1pm

U.N. Plaza, Market and 8th

New York City

Saturday, February 5, 2011

1pm-4pm

Union Square

Hartford, Connecticut

Saturday, February 5, 2011

1-3pm

State Capitol Building

210 Capitol Ave.

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Wednesday, February 02, 2011

New Yorkers to support Egypt today

The great New Yorkers will join their Egyptian friends now (2pm Eastern) in front of the Egyptian Embassy (58 street and second ave) to support the Egypitan people in Tahrir Square.
After this, there will be a rally in Union Square 14 street from 530pm.
Viva Big Apple, Viva Egypt


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Disappointing Army choose Mubarak over us!


The Egyptian army did not deliver its promise of protection the Egyptian people. It might not hurt the protesters, but it let Mubarak's thugs kill them without doing a thing.
Mubarak's thugs who they turned out to be a member of the police started attacking peacfull protesters for less than $10 per a thug.
The army stood by and enjoyed the bloody scene. They also ignored all the people calls for help. Al Jazeerah TV showed a Tank that was set on fire!!
As an Egyptian who was once proud of our army, I am now very disappointed. You are letting Mubarak kills Egypt's hope and future.
When the revoloution is over and we win our fight, we will be very pround to say:
we did not get help from anyone even our own army.
God bless Egypt and the Egyptian people


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Alexandria is peaceful

Alexandria, Egypt February 2, 2011
In Alexandria, the number of peaceful protesters is larger than Mubarak’s thugs.
No sign of them right now. Alexandrians from all over the city are heading down to join their friends in Al Qaed Ibrahim and Al Manshia areas.
There is no comparison between Alexandria and Tahrir square. It looks like Mubarak wants to finish the Tahrir protesters first since these people get the highest media coverage.
God bless Egypt!!
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