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  • Post-Mubarak era dawns on Egypt

    Date: 2011.02.12 | Category: Democracy, Dictators, February, Human Rights, Video From Cairo | Response: 0

    Post-Mubarak era dawns on Egypt

    ‘Dream come true’

    The crowd in Tahrir responded to Suleiman’s statement by chanting “we have brought down the regime”.

    Mohamed ElBaradei, a prominent opposition leader, hailed the moment as being “a dream come true”.

    “I can’t tell you how every Egyptian feels today,” he said. “We have been able to restore our humanity … to be free and independent”.

    ElBaradei reiterated that Egypt now needs to return to stability and proposed that a transition government be put in place for the next year.

    The government, he said, would include figures from the army, from the opposition and from other circles.

    “We need to go on … our priority is to make sure the country is restored as a socially cohesive, economically vibrant and … democratic country,” he said.

    Ayman Nour, another opposition figure and a former presidential candidate, told Al Jazeera that he would consider running for the presidency again if there was consensus on his candidacy.

    He said Februray 11, 2011 is “the greatest day in Egyptian history”.

    “This nation has been born again. These people have been born again, and this is a new Egypt.”

    Amr Moussa, the secretary-general of the Arab League, said that he would resign from his post, one that he has headed for about 10 years, “within weeks”. Some analysts say he may well run for the Egyptian presidency when elections are held.

    Following Mubarak’s announcement, our correspondent in Tahrir Square, said: “Tonight, after all of these weeks of frustration, of violence, of intimidation … today the people of Egypt undoubtedly [feel they] have been heard, not only by the president, but by people all around the world.”

    Source: Al Jazeera: Triumph as Mubarak quits

  • Cop cars run down innocent civilians – A horrible video from Cairo

    Date: 2011.02.05 | Category: Dictators, February, Freedom of Expression, Human Rights, Video From Cairo | Response: 0


    Below link take you to another disturbing video showing drivers seemingly purposefully ramming their vehicle into demonstrators in streets that appear to be around Cairo’s Tahrir Square.
    The diplomatic car that ran over 20 people in cairo on January 28

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