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  • Sunset Shakra
    photo by Carol Georgi
    by at February 16th, 2011 at 10:02 am
  • Sandmonkey retweeting for Middle East revolutions
    Sandmonkey is carrying the torch for fellow democracy protesters in the hotbed of brewing revolutions in the Middle East: 2 hours ago: “Dear Iran, Algeria and Bahrain revolution tweets, please let me know who u r, so I can follow u and retweet u.” He got lots...
    by at February 16th, 2011 at 10:02 am
  • Egypt should become Silicon Valley
    Wael Gohnim tweeted: Egypt has what it takes to become the 2nd Silicon Valley. Talents in Technology, infinite passion and soon real democracy. I’ve been sending out that vibe myself for days. I see Silicon Valley, Mombai (I don’t think the Indians are going...
    by at February 16th, 2011 at 09:02 am
  • Wael Ghonim and Egypt’s New Age Revolution
    Watch CBS video of Wael Ghonim and his role in Egypt’s New Age Revolution: http://www.cbsnews.com/video/watch/?id=7346812n&tag=contentMain;cbsCarousel. sorry for the ads!
    by at February 15th, 2011 at 01:02 pm
  • Google will take Wael Ghonim back
    If you have seen the Egyptian State TV interview with Wael Ghonim, you’ll know that he admitted to the world on TV that he had lied to his boss at Google to get time off to go back to Cairo and stage a revolution. Here’ s the tweet Google sent Waed Ghonim a...
    by at February 14th, 2011 at 06:02 pm
  • Sandmonkey’s thoughts on Egyptian democracy
    In case you don’t tweet and aren’t following @Sandmonkey in Cairo, this is a compilation of his tweets today for about half an hour. He has about 25,000 followers so far. I’d watch those numbers climb. He isn’t as well known as Wael Gohnim, but is...
    by at February 14th, 2011 at 05:02 pm
  • Egyptian Army stops filming at Tahrir Square
    The Egyptian Military has met with Wael Gohnim and blogger Amr Salama and promised them to rewrite the Constitution in ten days and put it to a referendum within two months. That sounds good. Problem is, the Army has also ordered Al Jazeera and other international media...
    by at February 14th, 2011 at 02:02 pm
  • MasrLeaks to track money stolen from Egyptian people
    A group of Egyptian activists, including Sandmonkey, have started a WikiLeaks type truth website called MasrLeaks to collect information that will track down the properties and wealth of the Mubarak family. “Masr” is Arabic for Egypt. A tweet from Sandmonkey...
    by at February 14th, 2011 at 02:02 pm
  • Faces of Egyptian Revolution martyrs
    The website below is just going up and a lot of photos are still missing. This really puts a face on the courage and dedication of the Egyptian Revolution of 2011 with a posting of photos and names of the martyrs. Thanks to tweet from Sharif Kouddous. http://1000memories.com/egypt
    by at February 13th, 2011 at 02:02 pm
  • Mubarak Mummy
    Mubarak New York Post
    by at February 13th, 2011 at 01:02 pm
  • Army meeting with Wael Ghonim and others
    According to tweets from Wael Ghonim, two high generals from the Egyptian Military have met with “8 young guys” to exchange opinions. Wael tweets, “Got approval from the army to start the 100 Billion Pounds campaign to reconstruct Egypt and help the families...
    by at February 13th, 2011 at 01:02 pm
  • Sandmonkey invites Mark Zuckerberg to Egypt
    Sandmonkey has tweeted “Guys, if any of you can reach Mark Zuckerberg, tell him the people of Egypt extend him an invitation to visit us anytime.” This could be the start of a Ministry of Technology which would turn Cairo into the new Mumbai or Silicon Valley....
    by at February 13th, 2011 at 01:02 pm
  • Ahmed Mohar and the April 6th Movement
    You can’t point to one person who changed Egypt. It took millions to take down Mubarak. But you can identify some stars and one is the man who could reasonably be said to have started the revolutionary movement. Ahmed Mohar and Israa Abdel Fatah and their small core...
    by at February 12th, 2011 at 12:02 pm
  • CONGRATULATIONS EGYPT!
    Mubarak steps down and turns over control of the government to the Supreme Military Council.
    by at February 11th, 2011 at 09:02 am
  • Glenn Beck terrified by New World Order
    I saw a clip of Glenn Beck of Fox News on MSNBC yesterday. He was totally freaked out by the coming New World Order, which he obviously sees as Armageddon. Why should he fear, if he is one of those who believe a war in Israel will herald in the Rapture? Isn’t that...
    by at February 11th, 2011 at 07:02 am
  • Danes first to tell Mubarak to step down
    “Mubarak is history. Mubarak must step down.” Those are the words of the Danish prime minister, Lars Loekke Rasmussen, just hours after father Mubarak’s surreal speech to his children last night. Rasmussen said Mubarak made a big blunder. At last, someone...
    by at February 11th, 2011 at 06:02 am
  • Egyptian Army doesn’t move to break impasse
    If the world is looking for the Egyptian Army to break the impasse between father Mubarak and his children, they are disappointed today. In their second statement to the nation, the military promised in non-concrete terms to lift emergency law if people go home. Doesn’t...
    by at February 11th, 2011 at 06:02 am
  • Is Egyptian Army waiting for invite for a coup?
    Has anyone else been thinking that the Egyptian Army is letting Mubarak enrage the population to such a point that the anti-Mubarak forces actually invite the Army to take over? El Baradei has already made such a plea in a Tweet. If the Army had seized power (staged on open...
    by at February 10th, 2011 at 08:02 pm
  • Mubarak refuses to leave
    Who knows what hell is going to break out now?  Has not enough blood been spilled? Mubarak hasn’t fooled anyone with his pretense of giving power over to VP Suleiman. It’s like believing that Putin is no longer ruling Russia.
    by at February 10th, 2011 at 02:02 pm
  • Fox blocks out Al Jazeera logo on live feed from Tahrir Square
    All the news networks are showing the same live feed from Tahrir Square in Cairo – Al Jazeera. But Fox News blocks out the Al Jazeera logo. Do they not want to admit it as a news source? What’s that about “fair and balanced?” How about “honest”?
    by at February 10th, 2011 at 11:02 am
  • Sandmonkey, Ahmed Mohar and Wael Gohnim bring down Mubarak
    The April 6th Movement leader Ahmed Mohar, a tweeter @Sandmonkey (just one name out of hundreds) and a Google exec Wael Gohnim used Facebook, Twitter and TV and old-fashioned legwork to organize and perpetuate a national revolt that started with the youth and spread to the...
    by at February 10th, 2011 at 10:02 am
  • Mubarak rumored to step down within hours
    It seems the pressure is too great. The labor unions have joined in. The world press is against him. The number of protesters swells every day. More and more are being killed and arrested– and, according to Al Jazeera, the army is torturing prisoners. Word is the Army...
    by at February 10th, 2011 at 09:02 am
  • Egyptian Parliament called Castle of Corruption
    The man in his desert dress with his veiled wife and two sons camped outside the Parliament gates near Tahrir Square in Cairo. “This building, this parliament is a Castle of Corruption,” he tells the journalist. We’ve got quite a few of those castles on...
    by at February 10th, 2011 at 09:02 am
  • Tweet from Egypt: Missing. Pls spread the word
    this is one kind of Tweet I’m getting from Egypt: RT @soheirabaza: Ziad Mohamed Bakir, graphic designer, missing since 28 Jan 2011 , his parents are still looking for him pls spread the word
    by at February 9th, 2011 at 01:02 pm
  • Tahrir Square
    Tahrir or Liberation Square Cairo Egypt I love this shot from the Egypt Daily News. http://www.egyptdailynews.com/
    by at February 9th, 2011 at 11:02 am
  • Egyptian pop star calls Mubarak Egypt’s forgetful father
    How bout the Egyptian pop star Tamir Hosni who got up on stage in Tahrir Square to tell the crowd that Mubarak is Egypt’s father. Even a father with several children can forget their names, he told the pro-democracy anti-Mubarak protesters. They must understand that...
    by at February 9th, 2011 at 09:02 am
  • Watch YouTube of Wael Gohnim
    This Egyptian TV interview with the recently released Google executive who led the Facebook revolution in Egypt is emotionally wrenching. Watch and understand why thousands of new protesters were on the streets today in support of the pro-democracy, anti-Mubarak movement....
    by at February 8th, 2011 at 04:02 pm
  • Google Exec released in Cairo
    Don’t think because you have an important position with an international company in Egypt that you are safe from the secret police. The head of Google marketing for the Middle East has just been released in Cairo after being arrested in Tahrir Square. Wael Gohnim has...
    by at February 7th, 2011 at 09:02 am
  • Mubarak – Release all journalists!
    Al Jazeera is making a plea for one of their reporters to be released. He was last seen being taken into custody by the Army at Tahrir or Liberation Square in Cairo. He is not the only journalist to be detained by Mubarak forces. Many have been released, but not all. The...
    by at February 6th, 2011 at 09:02 am
  • Demand Red Cross be ready for Tahrir
    I have it from a Georgetown U. professor (Egyptian) speaking on on Al Jazeera that the Egyptian Army is preparing to lay siege to the pro-democracy protesters in Tahrir or Liberation Square in Cairo. He gave a wonderful and clear analysis of the crisis and the thinking...
    by at February 5th, 2011 at 07:02 pm