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Google's Wael Ghonim released, turns out he sparked the protests

Roger Browne [PersonRank 10]

Wednesday, February 9, 2011
7 years ago7,676 views

Google's Wael Ghonim has been released. It seems like he was the catalyst that sparked the anti-government protests.

Interesting video:
edition.cnn.com/2011/WORLD/afr ...

Juha-Matti Laurio [PersonRank 10]

7 years ago #

Also blogoscoped.com/forum/177358.h ...

MZaza [PersonRank 10]

7 years ago #

And finally we are free after 30 years :D
I still have dreams that the president will come back to power.

Roger Browne [PersonRank 10]

7 years ago #

> And finally we are free after 30 years

Well the army is currently in power, so there are some more steps to take before there is actual freedom.

MZaza [PersonRank 10]

7 years ago #

Actually the army had made a very important announcement that they, the army, know that they are not the legitimacy the people want and we trust the army a big one :D. Beside that the protesters are still in the streets and they are not going to leave unless some important steps get done to prove that the change is going to happen. And there are rumors about a council which is going to rule the country formed of 4 civilian and one army general in a few days.

MZaza [PersonRank 10]

7 years ago #

I have a big faith that change is going to happen.
We stood against alot the police, thugs hired by the government and the official media.
And you can't imagine how brutal the Egyptian police is.

You can check that video, ***it got some images of a young teen tortured and killed by the police***
facebook.com/video/video.php?v ...

MZaza [PersonRank 10]

7 years ago #

But it got other facts and scenes, for example like Egyptian Christians protecting Egyptian Muslims while praying during the protests.

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