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    http://www.haaretz.com/print-edition...sEnabled=false


    Israel urges world to curb criticism of Egypt's Mubarak
    Jerusalem seeks to convince its allies that it is in the West's interest to maintain the stability of the Egyptian regime.
    By Barak Ravid
    02:18 - 31.01.11

    Israel called on the United States and a number of European countries over the weekend to curb their criticism of President Hosni Mubarak to preserve stability in the region.

    Jerusalem seeks to convince its allies that it is in the West's interest to maintain the stability of the Egyptian regime. The diplomatic measures came after statements in Western capitals implying that the United States and European Union supported Mubarak's ouster.

    Israeli officials are keeping a low profile on the events in Egypt, with Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu even ordering cabinet members to avoid commenting publicly on the issue.

    Senior Israeli officials, however, said that on Saturday night the Foreign Ministry issued a directive to around a dozen key embassies in the United States, Canada, China, Russia and several European countries. The ambassadors were told to stress to their host countries the importance of Egypt's stability. In a special cable, they were told to get this word out as soon as possible.

    EU foreign ministers are to discuss the situation in Egypt at a special session today in Brussels, after which they are expected to issue a statement echoing those issued in recent days by U.S. President Barack Obama and Secretary of State Hillary Clinton.

    Obama called on Mubarak to take "concrete steps" toward democratic reforms and to refrain from violence against peaceful protesters, sentiments echoed in a statement Saturday night by the leaders of Britain, France and Germany.

    "The Americans and the Europeans are being pulled along by public opinion and aren't considering their genuine interests," one senior Israeli official said. "Even if they are critical of Mubarak they have to make their friends feel that they're not alone. Jordan and Saudi Arabia see the reactions in the West, how everyone is abandoning Mubarak, and this will have very serious implications."

    Netanyahu announced at Sunday's weekly cabinet meeting that the security cabinet will convene Monday to discuss the situation in Egypt.

    "The peace between Israel and Egypt has lasted for more than three decades and our objective is to ensure that these relations will continue to exist," Netanyahu told his ministers. "We are closely monitoring events in Egypt and the region and are making efforts to preserve its security and stability."

    The Foreign Ministry has called on Israelis currently in Egypt to consider returning home and for those planning to visit the country to reconsider. It is telling Israelis who have decided to remain in Egypt to obey government directives.


    Saint Paul in the Ephesians 6:12


    "For our struggle is not against flesh and blood, but against the rulers, against the authorities, against the powers of this dark world and against the spiritual forces of evil in the heavenly realms."



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    http://www.ynetnews.com/articles/0,7...021393,00.html


    Who’s afraid of democracy?
    Op-ed: Israelis fear that Arab world democracy is step towards radical Islamic dictatorship
    Published: 01.31.11, 00:48 / Israel Opinion
    By Sever Plocker

    We, Israelis, have been overtaken by fear: The fear of democracy. Not here, in neighboring countries. It’s as though we never prayed for our Arab neighbors to become liberal democracies. As thought we never hoped to see free elections, multiparty systems, freedom of expression, and civil rights. Yet now that we see the flames of democracy engulfing the streets of Cairo, we are overcome by deep anxiety.

    This fear stems from the perception that only oppressive regimes premised on a brutal secret police, dark apparatuses and the trampling of democracy can afford to make peace with Israel. Once dictatorship is gone, peace is gone too. Deep in our hearts we fear that the overwhelming majority of Arab citizens will not agree to live in peace with Israel. Hence, peace must be forced upon them.

    This attitude isn’t surprising. Since its inception, Israel had not experienced peace with any democratic Arab state, because none of the Arab and Muslim states in our region ever experienced genuine democracy.

    The protestors in Egypt, just like their predecessors in Tunisia, want a “regime change” – that is, the toppling of a dictatorial regime. This is a noble aspiration. Any civilized, moral person can identify with it. The Egyptians, Syrians, Iranians, Jordanians and Qataris deserve to live under a regime that respects civil and human rights, maintains individual freedoms, allows the existence of various political parties as an obvious element, and entrenches the independence of the judiciary through laws.

    We do not fear democracy as a desirable system of government in the Arab world. We laud it. What we fear is democracy as a transition period to a new dictatorship premised on radical Islam. Nobody can gauge the power of the Muslim Brothers within Egypt’s young society, or the political views and makeup of an Egyptian parliament elected in free elections. Assuming it is ever elected that way.


    Egyptians ready for democracy

    Nonetheless, there is no room for early pessimism. Thus far, the Egyptian protest did not address Israel or the peace treaty with it. We want normal lives, protestors told the microphones. They clearly know what they are fighting against: They wish to get rid of the Mubarak dynasty’s rule once and for all – this objective had already been accomplished. Yet they are not sure what they’re fighting in favor of.

    What lies in store beyond the wall that the tens of thousands of demonstrator wish to topple – a democratic regime? An Islamic regime? Military rule? Anarchy?

    The Egyptian people are ready for democracy. The past two decades clearly proved that there are no nations that are not ripe for democracy. There are no peoples and no geographical regions whose culture, character and history is incommensurate with liberal, social democracy.

    President Barack Obama said so openly in his famous Cairo speech. His predecessor, George W. Bush, also encouraged democratization of the Arab world. Back then, few people lauded him, and even fewer understood his message. Now, after so much blood had already been spilled on Egypt’s streets, they already understand.

    If Poland and Brazil and India and Indonesia can today be democratic states that keep growing, quickly reduce poverty, and are willing to peacefully coexist with their neighbors, Egypt, Syria and Iran can do the same. This is at least what we Israelis, Jews and non-Jews alike, want to hope. The train of democracy is not a disaster, on condition that it doesn’t veer off its tracks.

    Saint Paul in the Ephesians 6:12


    "For our struggle is not against flesh and blood, but against the rulers, against the authorities, against the powers of this dark world and against the spiritual forces of evil in the heavenly realms."



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    http://www.heraldsun.com.au/news/bre...medium=twitter


    Evacuations begin in Egypt amid warnings
    From: AFP
    January 31, 2011 1:45PM

    COUNTRIES around the globe have warned against visiting Egypt and some began evacuating their citizens as bloody anti-government protests raged into a seventh day.

    The United States and Iraq said they were starting to organise evacuations of their nationals, while Turkey, India, Greece, Canada and Saudi Arabia either planned to or had already sent planes to begin taking out their citizens.

    Australia, Britain, France, China,, Argentina and Nordic countries warned their citizens not to travel to the country but had no plans yet for full-scale evacuations. The Australian Foreign Office upgraded its travel warning from "reconsider your need to travel" to "do not travel", counselling Australians against journeying to Egypt and advising those currently there to get out if possible.

    Prime Minister Julia Gillard said there were 870 Australians registered in Egypt but the real number was "likely to be in the thousands" and told anyone who could safely exit to strongly consider doing so.

    The United States plans to begin evacuating Americans today aboard government-arranged chartered planes.

    "US citizens in Egypt should consider leaving as soon as they can do so," US Assistant Secretary of State Janice Jacobs said yesterday.

    Athens, Istanbul and Nicosia have been identified as possible "safe havens".

    She did not know the number of Americans in Egypt.

    Iraq said it would lay on special flights to evacuate its citizens from Egypt and Turkey said it sent five planes to evacuate its approximately 750 citizens registered in the country.

    Saudi Arabia said it organised 33 flights between Saturday and Monday to take its nationals home.

    India sent a passenger plane to Cairo to evacuate Indian citizens, as did the small ex-Soviet republic of Azerbaijan, which said one of its embassy staff had been killed from a gunshot wound in the unrest.

    The Canadian government "is recommending that Canadians leave", Foreign Minister Lawrence Cannon said.

    Ottawa planned to charter planes to get Canadians to evacuation points in Europe, possibly beginning today.

    Britain was advising its nationals to leave flashpoint Egyptian cities, but tour operators stressed there was no need to pull tourists out of popular Red Sea resorts.

    The British Foreign Office advised against all but essential travel to Cairo, Alexandria, Suez and Luxor.

    "We do want people to take the opportunity if they are able to leave... but as yet the situation has not reached the stage where we would necessarily be considering chartering planes and getting larger numbers out," Foreign Office minister Alistair Burt told the BBC.

    The Foreign Office said some 30,000 Britons were in the country.

    France has also warned against unnecessary travel to Egypt, but foreign ministry spokesman Bernard Valero said Paris was not yet considering evacuating its roughly 10,000 citizens in the country.

    "We have the capacity to react" if need be, Mr Valero told AFP, adding that France was "permanently monitoring" the situation in Egypt and "completely mobilised" to assist French citizens.

    China's embassy in Cairo said on its website that the foreign ministry in Beijing had issued a "red" warning yesterday, "requiring all Chinese citizens not to travel to Egypt".

    It urged Chinese nationals in Egypt to be careful of their safety and not to go outside unless necessary, adding that 300 Chinese nationals had been stranded due to cancelled flights.

    Russia said it had no plans to immediately evacuate its about 40,000 citizens in Egypt.

    "There is no reason to evacuate Russian tourists from Egypt for the moment," a spokesman for the country's tourism agency, Oleg Moseyev, told the Ria Novosti news agency.

    "People are continuing to leave for the country's seaside resorts, while signing a note saying they are aware of the situation," he said, adding that only three tourists had asked their tour operators to cut short their trip.

    A Belgian tour operator, Jetair, announced it was evacuating all its clients from Egypt but the country's government said it would not organise a full-scale evacuation.

    "For the moment, we don't envisage urging Belgians living in Egypt to leave the country or organise evacuations," a foreign ministry spokesman said, though a warning against travelling to Egypt was still in place.

    Argentina urged its citizens yesterday to avoid travel to Egypt "until the situation returns to normal," according to a statement.

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    "For our struggle is not against flesh and blood, but against the rulers, against the authorities, against the powers of this dark world and against the spiritual forces of evil in the heavenly realms."



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    http://www.michaelyon-online.com/egypt-eruption.htm


    Egypt Eruption





    I asked General (ret.) Barry McCaffrey for his thoughts on the evolving situation in Egypt:
    Egypt is a few steps short of a disaster. The corrupt, incompetent regime will not survive.
    Most likely outcome--- the Generals take charge, announce a reform government, start the process of responding to the injustice and despair of the common citizen. Then the situation staggers along for some period.
    Worst outcome the Generals stand with the same gang that has looted the nation--- probably minus Mubarak. Then there is a possible civil war with the soldiers in many cases siding with the people not their officers. The only organized opposition is the Muslim Brotherhood which could then possibly gain power.
    Our central US foreign policy concern is the stability of the Peace Treaty with Israel. At the end of the day if required--- we would go to war to prevent the annihilation of the Israelis. This would be a terrible outcome for the entire region.
    And--- oh by the way---there is the matter of the Suez Canal and the flow of oil to a Europe with an increasingly ant-Israeli political stance.
    We have few good options. The President and Secretary Clinton are carefully walking the line. Oddly enough--- only the last Administration with President Bush and Secretary Condi Rice has ever taken a strong reform position with Mubarak.
    This one is important. Egypt is central to peace in the region. Their people have been ill-used by the Mubarak Regime. Watch the enlisted soldiers of the Egyptian Army. If they go with the people--- there will be incredible bloodshed.
    Barry McCaffrey




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    http://newsupdates.co.za/investors-f...ils-232074.htm


    Investors flee Mideast bourses as Egypt boils
    No discrimination among stocks as panic spreads across the board
    FOREIGN STAFF 2011/01/31 06:24:56 AM

    THE political turmoil in Egypt has rattled Middle Eastern bourses, with most taking a pounding when they opened after a weekend of violent protests.

    Although Sunday is the beginning of the working week in the mostly Muslim country, the Egyptian stock market was closed to trade yesterday after sliding 16% last week. It will remain shut today as the protests, which have left 100 people dead, continue.

    The protesters are calling for political and economic reform and the removal of President Hosni Mubarak, who has been in power for the past 30 years.

    Demonstrations began in Egypt last Tuesday, inspired by an uprising that ousted Tunisian President Zine el Abidine Ben Ali on January 14. Anger has erupted with startling speed over the past two months in Yemen, the poorest nation on the Arabian peninsula, and Algeria. Like Egypt, both countries face rising food price inflation and chronic joblessness, particularly among the youth.

    On Friday in Jordan, thousands of marchers demanded the resignation of Prime Minister Samir Rifai. In Sudan police beat and arrested students in Khartoum . The rapid spread underscored the fragility of systems used by some Arab regimes to stay in power since the 1980s.

    The benchmark index for the main stock exchange in the regional financial hub Dubai went down 6,7% to 1504 points in midday trading yesterday.

    Among the biggest losers are regional discount carrier Air Arabia and Emaar Properties, the developer of the world’s tallest building. Their shares are each down nearly 10%, the daily limit.

    Saudi Arabia was the only major market open on Saturday, when it shed 6,4%. It recovered slightly, up 1,5% yesterday .

    "International investors are fleeing Middle East stock markets with justified risk aversion across the board," said Mahdi Mattar, head of research at Abu Dhabi- based CAPM Investment, an investment banking company.

    "Due to panic from local and international investors, there is no discrimination between stocks with exposure or nonexposure to Egypt, though we expect that in coming sessions."

    Egypt failed to hold auctions for government treasury bills yesterday as lenders and the central bank were closed, said Mohamed Barakat, chairman of state-run Banque Misr, who is also the head of Egypt’s banking association.

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    "For our struggle is not against flesh and blood, but against the rulers, against the authorities, against the powers of this dark world and against the spiritual forces of evil in the heavenly realms."



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    Egypt protest intensifies, Mubarak turns to army
    By Sherine El Madany and Marwa Awad
    CAIRO | Mon Jan 31, 2011 6:05am EST

    (Reuters) - Protesters intensified their campaign on Monday to force Egypt's President Hosni Mubarak to quit as world leaders struggled to find a solution to a crisis that has torn up the Middle East political map.

    Crowds flocked in the morning to Tahrir Square, which has become the focus of the uprising over poverty, corruption and unemployment, to join protesters who had camped out overnight in defiance of a curfew imposed by Mubarak.

    Soldiers checked IDs but the crowd steadily grew, chanting "Down, down, Mubarak."

    The uprising against Mubarak's 30-year-rule, now in its sixth day, unnerved global markets. Share prices fell across Asia on Monday morning, Brent oil hit a 28-month high, and Egypt's financial markets were closed for a second day in a row.

    The mood between the troops and the protesters in the square remained generally relaxed, with people sharing food and standing by tanks daubed with anti-Mubarak graffiti.

    The army appears to hold the key to Mubarak's fate but although the generals have held back from crushing the revolt, they have also not withdrawn support for Mubarak.

    "The army has to choose between Egypt and Mubarak," read one banner in Tahrir Square.

    The protests in the world's most populous Arab nation broke out last week when frustration over repression and the lack of democracy under Mubarak's rule boiled over.

    More than 100 people were killed in clashes with security forces in scenes that overturned Egypt's standing as a stable country, promising emerging market and attractive tourist destination.

    Mubarak, a close U.S. ally and a stalwart in Western policy toward the Middle East, responded by offering economic reform to address public anger at rising prices.

    He also sacked his cabinet and appointed a vice president and new prime minister. Both, however, were military men and the moves have done nothing to appease a protest movement who want him and his associates from the old guard to be swept away.

    WEST WAIT-AND-SEE

    The United States, which has poured billions of dollars of aid into Egypt since Mubarak came to power, stopped short of saying openly that it wanted him out. President Barack Obama and Secretary of State Hillary Clinton instead urged reform and spoke about "an orderly transition."

    A senior U.S. official, who declined to be identified, said the feeling among Obama's national security aides was that Mubarak's time had passed, but it was up to Egyptians to determine what happens next.

    Washington has long seen Mubarak as a bulwark in the Middle East, first against communism then against militant Islam.

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    http://www.atimes.com/atimes/Middle_East/MB01Ak03.html


    The last trick up Mubarak's sleeve
    By Victor Kotsev
    AsiaTimes - Middle East
    Feb 1, 2011

    TEL AVIV - "Jimmy Carter will go down in American history as 'the president who lost Iran'," Israeli analyst Aluf Benn wrote on Sunday. "Barack Obama will be remembered as the president who 'lost' Turkey, Lebanon and Egypt, and during whose tenure America's alliances in the Middle East crumbled."

    Comparing Obama and Carter is a common theme among Israeli analysts. While Benn qualifies his own comparison by pointing out that "unlike Carter, who preached human rights even when it hurt allies, Obama sat on the fence and exercised caution", there is a widespread perception in Israel that Obama is overly idealistic, doesn't understand the Middle East well, and his policies will bring about a disaster, both for the United States and for the Jewish state.

    The fear behind this perception is that Muslim masses are not ready for democracy, and that if unleashed on their current autocratic rulers, they will create militant theocratic societies, as happened during the Iranian revolution of 1979. In fact, some analysts see Iran as benefiting and taking advantage of the events to expand its own influence.

    Both assumptions can be disputed: for example, the Egyptian opposition has tried hard to distance itself from exclusively religious slogans, and has largely united behind the secular Mohamed ElBaradei. However, from a geopolitical point of view, the broader conclusion that Egypt is lost as an ally probably holds, at least in the short- and mid-term.

    Should the protesters take power, even in the best-case scenario it will take time to forge new relationships on all levels. There is every indication that the new government would be reserved towards Egypt's former allies, and at worst, even animosity can be expected.

    The Muslim Brotherhood, one of the main opposition forces (and possible coalition partner), has frequently threatened in the past to annul the peace treaty with Israel; for the first time since the start of the demonstrations, reports surfaced on Sunday that the protesters were turning their anger on the US and Israel.

    Paradoxically, the American administration interfered mostly on the side of the protesters. It is impossible to verify reports that the US "backed Egypt uprising planners", but in the past few days, Obama put a lot of pressure on the Egyptian president to announce broad reforms, to allow freedom of expression and to unblock communications such as cellular phones, access to the Internet and social networking sites (Facebook, Twitter). The Americans even reportedly threatened to reduce their military aid for Egypt, currently around US$1.3 billion a year, if Mubarak failed to comply.

    According to Foreign Policy blogger Marc Lynch, "the [US] administration ... is trying hard to protect the protestors from an escalation of violent repression, giving Mubarak just enough rope to hang himself, while carefully preparing to ensure that a transition will go in the direction of a more democratic successor." When Secretary of State Hillary Clinton announced on Sunday that "we want to see an orderly transition [in Egypt]… that will bring about a democratic participatory government," and Obama himself later supported her comments, their remarks only strengthened this impression.

    This is why, should a new regime in Egypt turn against the US, Obama would get a lot of the blame. For the very same reason, should the regime survive - this currently remains a possibility - Egypt would prove to be a very unruly ally, to say the least. Mubarak is not known to tolerate betrayal, and this is how he will view the actions of his close ally.

    The battle is far from over. In the words of The New York Times, "More than at perhaps any other point since the uprising began, the tumult Sunday seemed perched between two deepening narratives: a vision of impending anarchy offered by the government, and echoed by many Egyptian fearing chaos, against the perspective of protesters and many others that the uprising had become, as they described it in a list of demands posted in Liberation Square on Sunday, 'a popular revolution'."

    After the police forces were overwhelmed on Friday and the army stepped in, the former disappeared from the streets of several major cities, and a period of lawlessness and looting set in. During attacks on several prisons, an unknown number of prisoners broke out. Looters attacked the Egyptian museum and damaged two mummies. "Thieves raped my daughter in front of my eyes, without showing mercy," a resident of Cairo, Said Mahmoud, told Ynet. Up to 60 rapes were reported, and many citizens organized neighborhood watch groups armed with clubs and knives.

    These scenes, amplified by the state media, caused many to have second thoughts. Sunday's demonstrations were reported to be palpably smaller than those of the previous days. Still, a sizeable core group of protesters (estimated at 20,000 in Tahrir Square) persisted through the night, united around the figure of ElBaradei, and continued to call on Mubarak to step down. A fresh detachment of elite tank units was dispatched to the square, but did not fire on the crowd. The protesters distanced themselves from the atrocities, organized human chains to protect the museum, and blamed the looting and jailbreaks on instigation by the secret police.

    It is possible that parts of Mubarak's security apparatus, with or without his consent, took part in instigating the chaos. This would echo what has happened in similar circumstances in countless other places, and, if executed stealthily, could damage the support base of the protesters. American think-tank Stratfor reports, "Egyptian plainclothes police allegedly were behind a number of the jailbreaks, robberies of major banks and the spread of attacks and break-ins in high-class neighborhoods."

    According to Stratfor, there is a rivalry between the Egyptian army and police. The army is a symbol of national unity, and large parts of it sympathize with the protesters in varying degrees. During the last days, there were many instances of soldiers joining the rallies, and pictures circulate of protesters carrying junior officers on their shoulders.

    The police, on the other hand, are widely perceived as an instrument of oppression. Even though it was overwhelmed on Friday, it is very well organized and diverse. Its sudden disappearance from the streets is by itself strange. Despite that it is hard to verify the reports - and unreasonable to blame all looting on the police - it seems that the regime anticipated the chaos and wanted the people to start missing the police a little.

    If successful, this strategy could give Mubarak one last chance to turn the tide. On Sunday morning, he seemed broken down; the appointment of his confidante and intelligence chief General Omar Suleiman as vice president - a post that has been vacant for 30 years - was widely interpreted as a prelude to a transition of power. Chaos was rampant and rumors circulated that he had left Cairo. Even the American administration had apparently written him off.

    However, Obama may possibly have jumped the gun. Mubarak is one of the world's oldest and most experienced leaders. While many described him as disconnected from reality, he was possibly laying low and waiting for the opportune moment to play his last remaining cards.

    Stratfor also reports that on Monday, the police will be back in many places. This will be a crucial test for Mubarak's strategy. It will also be a test for the relationship between the army and the various forces of the Interior Ministry. We should also keep in mind the question how the appointment of a government dominated by the military might play into the internal intrigues.

    As I argued in my previous story Days of rage in Egypt (Asia Times Online, January 28, 2011), another decisive factor is how well the protesters will be able to organize and rally around clearly-defined goals. Stratfor seems to believe they are not: "The demonstrators are deeply divided among themselves and thus far do not appear to have been able to generate the type of mass movement that toppled the Shah of Iran's regime in 1979."

    The situation remains extremely volatile. Even if Mubarak survives the protests, he is reportedly very ill, and may well step down in the near future. What all this will mean for Egypt's foreign policy is unclear. Israeli analysts have speculated that Israel might need to revamp its operational doctrine and to beef up its forces in the south. In Stratfor's analysis:

    If Egypt were to abrogate the Camp David Accords and over time reconstruct its military into an effective force, the existential threat to Israel that existed before the treaty was signed would re-emerge. This would not happen quickly, but Israel would have to deal with two realities. The first is that the Israeli military is not nearly large enough or strong enough to occupy and control Egypt. The second is that the development of Egypt's military would impose substantial costs on Israel and limit its room for maneuver.

    However, a close - and perhaps informal - short-term alliance between Egypt and Israel is not unconceivable under certain circumstances. If Mubarak survives, he and Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu might well find themselves in the same boat of American allies that Obama has picked a fight with (Netanyahu has campaigned among world leaders to go easy on Mubarak, the Israeli Ha'aretz daily newspaper reported early on Monday). The two leaders would also have a common grudge against Hamas, which, according to reports, broke the Egyptian blockade of Gaza during the past days and attempted to form a new front against Mubarak.

    Finally, it is important to keep in mind the Iranian standoff. It doesn't seem so far that Iran is directly involved in the tumult in Egypt. However, if Israel is threatened with a new, if hypothetical and removed in time, front in the south, would that draw resources away from the Iranian crisis, or would it make it more urgent? It is hard to answer this question right away, but clues will most likely emerge in the coming days and weeks.

    Notes
    1. Cairo: Anger starting to focus on Israel, US, the Jerusalem Post, 30 January 2011.
    2. Report: US backed Egypt uprising planners, ynetnews.com, 29 January 2011.

    Victor Kotsev is a journalist and political analyst based in Tel Aviv.


    (Copyright 2011 Asia Times Online (Holdings) Ltd. All rights reserved. Please contact us about sales, syndication and republishing.)

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    StrangeTales: RT @carlesdijous: 1. Only a fool would seek to predict the course of the Tunisian and now the Egyptian revolutions. http://bit.ly/hkzgaA #Egypt #Jan25
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    Paulo_Archie_GP: RT @ReutersAero: #Egypt unrest doesn't bode well for #airline fuel bills http://tinyurl.com/69j3aje #Jan25
    segunda-feira, 31 de janeiro de 2011 09:46:24 [Reply] [ReTweet] [Favorite]


    Paulo_Archie_GP: RT @ReutersAero: #Egypt unrest doesn't bode well for #airline fuel bills http://tinyurl.com/69j3aje #Jan25
    segunda-feira, 31 de janeiro de 2011 09:46:24 [Reply] [ReTweet] [Favorite]


    Net_News_Global: RT @AmoonaE: Gawdat El-Malt denies he is Egypt's new finance minister #Jan25 #Egypt (Reuters) LOL enno ppl, some credibility plz, consult each other
    segunda-feira, 31 de janeiro de 2011 09:46:24 [Reply] [ReTweet] [Favorite]


    anjabb: RT @andrewbonar: Everything ██is█████ ████ ████fine ███ █ ████ love. ████ █████ the ███ Egypt ███ ████ government ██ #jan25 #Egypt #censorship
    segunda-feira, 31 de janeiro de 2011 09:46:23 [Reply] [ReTweet] [Favorite]


    YaserQ8: نحو مئة ألف متظاهر يتجمعون حاليا في ميدان التحرير وسط القاهرة /الجزيرة #kuwait #jan25 #egypt
    segunda-feira, 31 de janeiro de 2011 09:46:23 [Reply] [ReTweet] [Favorite]


    saraIbrahim: RT @alarabiya_ar: وزير المالية يوسف غالي رفض الانضمام للحكومة الجديدة #alarabiya #egypt #cairo #jan25 #jan28 #Internet
    segunda-feira, 31 de janeiro de 2011 09:46:23 [Reply] [ReTweet] [Favorite]


    maxijozami: RT @Jnoubiyeh: Israel supports the Hosni #Mubarak dictatorship by providing it with weapons to crack down on protesters. #Egypt #Jan25 http://bit.ly/gVmq4X
    segunda-feira, 31 de janeiro de 2011 09:46:22 [Reply] [ReTweet] [Favorite]


    No_Ignorance: I posted 3 photos on Facebook in the album "#Egypt #Jan25 part 2" http://fb.me/S7FFTQpv
    segunda-feira, 31 de janeiro de 2011 09:46:21 [Reply] [ReTweet] [Favorite]


    alarabiya_ar: وزير التجارة السابق رشيد محمد رشيد رفض الانضمام للحكومة الجديدة #alarabiya #egypt #cairo #jan25 #jan28 #Internet
    segunda-feira, 31 de janeiro de 2011 09:46:21 [Reply] [ReTweet] [Favorite]


    hsb0: صورة مؤثرة | مواطن مصري يدعو الله في صلاته - ميدان التحرير, القاهره #egypt #cairo #jan25 #jan28 http://twitpic.com/3v50gl
    segunda-feira, 31 de janeiro de 2011 09:46:20 [Reply] [ReTweet] [Favorite]



    GetALife_Q8: #jan25 #egypt ديني الإسلام وكذا وطني وولدت بأرض عربية حريتكم حددناها بثلاث بنود أصلية فوق الخازوق لكم علم والحفل بيوم الحرية
    segunda-feira, 31 de janeiro de 2011 09:46:20 [Reply] [ReTweet] [Favorite]


    hany0009: RT @alarabiya_ar: وزير المالية يوسف غالي رفض الانضمام للحكومة الجديدة #alarabiya #egypt #cairo #jan25 #jan28 #Internet
    segunda-feira, 31 de janeiro de 2011 09:46:19 [Reply] [ReTweet] [Favorite]


    EmptyNestExpat: RT @benjamingeer: ♻ @bencnn: Met stock broker: "The market has crashed, tourism collapsed, nothing's working. What more can Mubarak destroy?" #Egypt #Jan25
    segunda-feira, 31 de janeiro de 2011 09:46:19 [Reply] [ReTweet] [Favorite]


    atefsaid: RT @hurriya: USA deploys troops to #Egypt, in anticipation of anti- Mubarak uprising http://bit.ly/flVVUi #Jan25 #Jan30
    segunda-feira, 31 de janeiro de 2011 09:46:17 [Reply] [ReTweet] [Favorite]


    soraida_fae: อดีตรมว.พาณิชย์และอุตสาหกรรม ปฏิเสธเข้าร่วมรัฐบาลชุดใหม่ #Egypt #jan25
    segunda-feira, 31 de janeiro de 2011 09:46:17 [Reply] [ReTweet] [Favorite]


    trishzanetti: RT @AJEnglish: Al Jazeera Audio Update 12 http://audioboo.fm/boos/266597-al-ja...udio-update-12 #aljazeera #jan25 #egypt
    segunda-feira, 31 de janeiro de 2011 09:46:13 [Reply] [ReTweet] [Favorite]


    trishzanetti: RT @AJEnglish: Al Jazeera Audio Update 12 http://audioboo.fm/boos/266597-al-ja...udio-update-12 #aljazeera #jan25 #egypt
    segunda-feira, 31 de janeiro de 2011 09:46:13 [Reply] [ReTweet] [Favorite]


    AbeerKhan: RT @bencnn: US citizen tells me: "I have new-found disrespect for US government, which just can't come out and say to Mubarak: GO! NOW!" #Egypt #Jan25
    segunda-feira, 31 de janeiro de 2011 09:46:13 [Reply] [ReTweet] [Favorite]


    manolis: RT @salatatv: Εμφανίζεται ο Χάρος στον Μουμπάρακ. - «Ήρθε η ώρα να αποχαιρετήσεις τον αιγυπτιακό λαό» - «Γιατί, πού θα πάνε;» #Jan25 #egypt
    segunda-feira, 31 de janeiro de 2011 09:46:13 [Reply] [ReTweet] [Favorite]


    cherylabdul: @lifeline4gaza WORLD CITIZENS LETS GO TO EGYPT AND RECLAIM RAFAH CROSSING http://j.mp/hIrPMI #8FEB #EGYPT #JAN25 #GAZA Plz RT

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    1. Internet still down in #egypt, will continue to tweet via phone calls when possible #jan25 34 minutes ago via web
    2. More defiance on streets as protesters gather at Tahrir Square for 7th straight day #egypt #jan25 (via phone) 42 minutes ago via web
    3. #egypt million man march scheduled 4 tomorrow #feb1 to mark 1 week anniversary of #jan25 (via phone call) 44 minutes ago via web

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    1. No ATM's making life hard for all but at least we have credit cards. Most Egyptians use cash. Many feeling v much under siege #Egypt about 2 hours ago via Twitter for iPhone
    2. Food prices rising v quickly now. So too petrol & phone cards. But yet to find an ATM in Cairo that has any money left #Egypt about 2 hours ago via Twitter for iPhone
    3. Rumours circulating in military circles internet will come back on when people go home. So I guess we could be waiting a while then! #Egypt about 2 hours ago via Twitter for iPhone
    4. Soldiers guarding Cairo hotel where most media staying. Check passports of all who enter/leave. Military presence downtown increasing #Egypt about 2 hours ago via Twitter for iPhone

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    1. concern grows over whereabouts of #egyptian blogger @ghonim who's been reported missing since Thursday's #protests: http://aje.me/dXuUkh 18 minutes ago via web
    2. Our producer confirms police have redeployed on the streets of Cairo in this audio report: http://aje.me/dXuUkh 37 minutes ago via web
    3. nolanjazeera AJE web team in #Cairo also doing a great job under trying circumstances. Check out their audio reports via Egypt page aljazeera.net/english about 3 hours ago via Twitter for iPhone Retweeted by AJELive and 57 others
    4. AlJazeera's @glcarlstrom reports Egypt state TV praises police saying they 'arrested 100s of fugitives' who 'escaped' prison ths week #jan25 about 4 hours ago via web
    5. RT @glcarlstrom Tahrir Sq closed this morning, barbed wire wrapped around the area; army officer told me it'll be shut all day/night #jan25 about 4 hours ago via web
    6. RT @evanchill Back up with internet this morning in Cairo. Heavy smog over the city, don't know if fires have anything to do with it #jan25 about 4 hours ago via web
    7. @nolanjazeera's story from a Cairo morgue was mentioned by govt security, who shut AJ down in #Egypt. Watch his report http://aje.me/fyalPF about 5 hours ago via web
    8. Here’s a little help if ambition ever drives you to one day hope to be a US gvt spokesperson | Al Jazeera Blogs http://aje.me/gViOQ6 #egypt about 5 hours ago via web
    9. melissakchan In US: Dish Network and DirecTV temporarily airing Al Jazeera. It can be found on channel 9410 on Dish Network and 375 on DirecTV. about 9 hours ago via Seesmic Desktop Retweeted by AJELive and 100+ others

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    EgypttheBrave: RT @AlyaaGad: Thought FaceBook kids were losers? Think again; because they are now poking history in the eye & blocking a whole government. #Jan25 #Egypt
    segunda-feira, 31 de janeiro de 2011 10:01:50 [Reply] [ReTweet] [Favorite]

    phijazin: RT @bencnn: US citizens tell me: "I pay taxes to support this @#$(%? This is an outrage. We must stop writing cheques now!" #Egypt #Jan25
    segunda-feira, 31 de janeiro de 2011 10:01:50 [Reply] [ReTweet] [Favorite]


    Ssirgany: Until police understands that people's lives are sacred & more valuable than the govt, nothing will change. #jan25 #egypt
    segunda-feira, 31 de janeiro de 2011 10:01:48 [Reply] [ReTweet] [Favorite]


    pickinjava: Apologies .. old reality is of @Vodafone_group (#Egypt) #ITT (#Chile) aiding dictators #Jan25 http://bit.ly/fVTRcP
    segunda-feira, 31 de janeiro de 2011 10:01:48 [Reply] [ReTweet] [Favorite]


    Ummorie: الطوفان قادم بعد تأخر دام أكثر١٤٠٠ سنة!! فهل يدخل العرب التاريخ من جديد؟! #Egypt #Jan25 #Feb1
    segunda-feira, 31 de janeiro de 2011 10:01:48 [Reply] [ReTweet] [Favorite]


    HB_1_2011: MUBARAK DOWN, NEW CONSITUTION; TRIALS FOR NDP #egypt #mubarak #jan25
    segunda-feira, 31 de janeiro de 2011 10:01:47 [Reply] [ReTweet] [Favorite]


    rqskye: RT @justimage: Reports of Cairo airport officials confiscating equipment (cameras) from arriving journalists #EGypt #jan25
    segunda-feira, 31 de janeiro de 2011 10:01:45 [Reply] [ReTweet] [Favorite]


    jannagae: RT @tinalouiseUK: We speak one language - When WE THE PEOPLE cry out - For freedom, for truth #jan25 #tunisia #egypt #protest #mubarak #haiku
    segunda-feira, 31 de janeiro de 2011 10:01:44 [Reply] [ReTweet] [Favorite]


    professorkim: RT @DemocracyNow: Tune in for special program on #Egypt: Live reports w DN! producer @sharifkouddous. Stream 8amEST: http://ow.ly/3MCV5 #jan25
    segunda-feira, 31 de janeiro de 2011 10:01:44 [Reply] [ReTweet] [Favorite]


    gbrew: Undaunted by police, man leads protest in #Doha. #Egypt #Jan25 http://twitpic.com/3v4xni http://twitpic.com/3v4xak http://twitpic.com/3v4wsq
    segunda-feira, 31 de janeiro de 2011 10:01:43 [Reply] [ReTweet] [Favorite]


    too_oot: RT @Gawabaty: الشعب يريد اعدام الرئيس ! #Jan25 #Egypt
    segunda-feira, 31 de janeiro de 2011 10:01:41 [Reply] [ReTweet] [Favorite]


    summersale7: RT @justimage: Reports of Cairo airport officials confiscating equipment (cameras) from arriving journalists #EGypt #jan25
    segunda-feira, 31 de janeiro de 2011 10:01:39 [Reply] [ReTweet] [Favorite]


    Umm_Issa: More photo's from Egypt's protests http://tinyurl.com/682joxl #Jan25 #Egypt
    segunda-feira, 31 de janeiro de 2011 10:01:39 [Reply] [ReTweet] [Favorite]


    Gender_Agenda: Al Jazeera English looking to interview UK based Egyptian bloggers. Any suggestions? #egypt #jan25 @RuwaydaMustafah @monaeltahawy
    segunda-feira, 31 de janeiro de 2011 10:01:37 [Reply] [ReTweet] [Favorite]


    robocloser: the longer mobarak hangs on in #jan25 #egypt the more i can see him ending up like ceaucescu in romania ... @JRobertDuBois @khabarNYC
    segunda-feira, 31 de janeiro de 2011 10:01:35 [Reply] [ReTweet] [Favorite]


    Sanazolo: RT @AJArabic: المتظاهرون في مصر يدعون إلى مظاهرة مليونية غدا الثلاثاء #jan25 #Egypt #aljazeera
    segunda-feira, 31 de janeiro de 2011 10:01:35 [Reply] [ReTweet] [Favorite]


    kris1too: RT @justimage: Reports of Cairo airport officials confiscating equipment (cameras) from arriving journalists #EGypt #jan25
    segunda-feira, 31 de janeiro de 2011 10:01:35 [Reply] [ReTweet] [Favorite]


    netuuk: '이집트 민주화 운동을 보다가' http://netuuk.g3.cc/entry/egypt #egypt #jan25
    segunda-feira, 31 de janeiro de 2011 10:01:33 [Reply] [ReTweet] [Favorite]


    NadineToukan: RT @tololy: #Egypt #Jan25 protesters name next Friday "Departure Day" for Mubarak. People are determined to oust the tyrant. #ArabProtest #fb
    segunda-feira, 31 de janeiro de 2011 10:01:31 [Reply] [ReTweet] [Favorite]


    shoufkeef: العربية: كريديه سويس يتوقع ارتفاع سعر النفط بسبب أزمة مصر #EGYPT #JAN25 #ALMATRAFI
    segunda-feira, 31 de janeiro de 2011 10:01:31 [Reply] [ReTweet] [Favorite]


    omanizer_muscat: كل ما اصحى من النوم ، اركض افتح التلفزيون ، اقول : ليكون سقط مبارك وما لحقت أهني وأبارك . بس مبارك لسه موجود والله موجود #egypt #jan25
    segunda-feira, 31 de janeiro de 2011 10:01:31 [Reply] [ReTweet] [Favorite]


    Kawachi_Maru: Re: International Business Times: Blocked in #Egypt, Twitter speaks on freedom of expression - http://bit.ly/gSpjjo #Jan25
    segunda-feira, 31 de janeiro de 2011 10:01:30 [Reply] [ReTweet] [Favorite]


    Muschelschloss: Unruhen in Ägypten: Mubaraks Gegner rüsten zum Super-Dienstag http://bit.ly/eS6yFq #Jan25 #Egypt
    segunda-feira, 31 de janeiro de 2011 10:01:30 [Reply] [ReTweet] [Favorite]


    omassain: Je vous conseille de suivre @DailyNewsEgypt #jan25 #egypt
    segunda-feira, 31 de janeiro de 2011 10:01:30 [Reply] [ReTweet] [Favorite]


    bigrooster: RT @FBtv_dot_tk: #Egypt #Jan25 > 03. A protester reaches out as a soldier holds a child during a... http://tinyurl.com/48swfeb
    segunda-feira, 31 de janeiro de 2011 10:01:30 [Reply] [ReTweet] [Favorite]


    Shoruk_K: Thousands slept overnight in Tahrir Sq #jan25 #egypt
    segunda-feira, 31 de janeiro de 2011 10:01:30 [Reply] [ReTweet] [Favorite]


    Lahcenhaddad: RT @stefanct: @ArabRevolution @alaa @ioerror why only there? lets make that global! 2:00 PM UTC in front of the embassies etc.? #jan25 #Egypt
    segunda-feira, 31 de janeiro de 2011 10:01:29 [Reply] [ReTweet] [Favorite]


    Ryb3ck: RT C0d3Fr0sty: General Mahmoud Wagdy, head of the Prison's Authority Now Interior Minister of #Egypt - http://bit.ly/fHgQ13 #Mubarak #Jan25
    segunda-feira, 31 de janeiro de 2011 10:01:29 [Reply] [ReTweet] [Favorite]


    trishzanetti: RT @manal officer on the street asking people to go home, was stripped & left on street in his underwear #Egypt #jan25 #pharaoh
    segunda-feira, 31 de janeiro de 2011 10:01:28 [Reply] [ReTweet] [Favorite]


    HADarabi: RT @AlyaaGad: الثورة الايرانية عمرها من عمر حكم مبارك:٧٥٪من الايرانيين ولدوا في عهدها.ثاني سبب للموت في ايران هو الانتحار.الحل هو العلمانية #Egypt #Jan25
    segunda-feira, 31 de janeiro de 2011 10:01:28 [Reply] [ReTweet] [Favorite]


    cherylabdul: RT @ummhajarforpal: @SultanAlQassemi emergency! anyone know way get from Port said to Cairo airport? Please MSG #egypt #jan25

    Saint Paul in the Ephesians 6:12


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    wanlovecom: RT @tulsathit: RT @Dany_k: A must see video of the Police Vs. Protestors on the Bridge: http://youtu.be/dBtYLBQPRGQ #egypt #jan25
    segunda-feira, 31 de janeiro de 2011 10:03:32 [Reply] [ReTweet] [Favorite]

    fluutekies: RT @GolamAbiNawas: did u call #vodafone & #orange today & protest about their collaboration with the #dictatorship in #Egypt? #jan25 http://twitpic.com/3v54p9
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    fluutekies: RT @GolamAbiNawas: did u call #vodafone & #orange today & protest about their collaboration with the #dictatorship in #Egypt? #jan25 http://twitpic.com/3v54p9
    segunda-feira, 31 de janeiro de 2011 10:03:31 [Reply] [ReTweet] [Favorite]



    winnie_bravo: BREAKING: Hillary will hold a meeting with ALL ambassadors in the US. Largest meeting in history #egypt #jan25 #pharaoh
    segunda-feira, 31 de janeiro de 2011 10:03:31 [Reply] [ReTweet] [Favorite]


    Jamalhs: رغم خلافنا معهم، لكن حركة الأخوان وشبانها أثبتوا أنهم على مستوى راق من المسؤولية والتضحية والايثار، فتحية لجهودهم #Egypt #jan25 #Islamic
    segunda-feira, 31 de janeiro de 2011 10:03:29 [Reply] [ReTweet] [Favorite]


    onlyforegypt: RT @justimage: Reports of Cairo airport officials confiscating equipment (cameras) from arriving journalists #EGypt #jan25
    segunda-feira, 31 de janeiro de 2011 10:03:25 [Reply] [ReTweet] [Favorite]


    mohammadrizvi: Egypt Update: The Suez governor has also fled, according to the trade unionist - unconfirmed!! #Egypt #jan25
    segunda-feira, 31 de janeiro de 2011 10:03:24 [Reply] [ReTweet] [Favorite]


    sarahbadr: RT @justimage Reports of Cairo airport officials confiscating equipment (cameras) from arriving journalists. #egypt #jan25
    segunda-feira, 31 de janeiro de 2011 10:03:24 [Reply] [ReTweet] [Favorite]


    MacBerry: RT @Anon_VV: Everything ██is█████ ████ ████fine ███ █ ████ love. ████ █████ the ███ Egypt ███ ████ government ██ #jan25 #Egypt #censorship
    segunda-feira, 31 de janeiro de 2011 10:03:24 [Reply] [ReTweet] [Favorite]


    Anon_Lobo: RT @NiceBastard: Missing Person's List on Google Docs #jan25 #egypt http://t.co/VQvLXYY
    segunda-feira, 31 de janeiro de 2011 10:03:22 [Reply] [ReTweet] [Favorite]


    PrinceofRazors: RT @Ssirgany: Until police understands that people's lives are sacred & more valuable than the govt, nothing will change. #jan25 #egypt
    segunda-feira, 31 de janeiro de 2011 10:03:20 [Reply] [ReTweet] [Favorite]


    plothenomad: MUST SEE! #EGYPT REVOLUTION 2011! PROTESTERS VS POLICE! http://bit.ly/eBoBkX #Egypt #Mubarak #Jan25 PASS ON!!
    segunda-feira, 31 de janeiro de 2011 10:03:20 [Reply] [ReTweet] [Favorite]


    OM77: وقف الخلق: أغنية أم كلثوم في برومو الجزيرة - أنا إن قدر الإله مماتي لا ترى الشرق يرفع الرأس بعدي http://t.co/UY37rEo #egypt #jan25
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    onlyforegypt: RT @Ssirgany: Until police understands that people's lives are sacred & more valuable than the govt, nothing will change. #jan25 #egypt
    segunda-feira, 31 de janeiro de 2011 10:03:17 [Reply] [ReTweet] [Favorite]


    Dina_R: RT @JassimQ: وزير الداخلية الجديداللواء محمود وجدي كان مساعد الوزير لقطاع السجون وكان يتم تعذيب السجناء تحت عينه وتهريب المرضي عنهم بإشرافه #Jan25 #Egypt
    segunda-feira, 31 de janeiro de 2011 10:03:14 [Reply] [ReTweet] [Favorite]


    UKguy4justice: RT @bencnn: Hearing TE Data, main Egyptian internet service provider, will maintain internet interruption for at least another week. #Jan25 #Egypt
    segunda-feira, 31 de janeiro de 2011 10:03:12 [Reply] [ReTweet] [Favorite]


    elrefaei: RT @Ssirgany: Until police understands that people's lives are sacred & more valuable than the govt, nothing will change. #jan25 #egypt
    segunda-feira, 31 de janeiro de 2011 10:03:11 [Reply] [ReTweet] [Favorite]


    EANewsFeed: #Egypt LiveBlog: How "Old Guard" & Young On-Line Activists Planned Last Friday's Protests http://tinyurl.com/69npbu8 #Jan25 #sidibouzid
    segunda-feira, 31 de janeiro de 2011 10:03:10 [Reply] [ReTweet] [Favorite]


    Christiversity: And still more people are following my inside #egypt list! Thanks so much guys, think I'll give you all a shoutout #jan25
    segunda-feira, 31 de janeiro de 2011 10:03:10 [Reply] [ReTweet] [Favorite]


    nrodovsky: .@France24 reports that police are slowly returning to streets of #Cairo #Egypt #Jan25
    segunda-feira, 31 de janeiro de 2011 10:03:09 [Reply] [ReTweet] [Favorite]


    gatodabruxa: RT @TheTruthNetwork: ♻ PHOTO #Egypt Revolts #Jan25 > 03. A protester reaches out as a soldier holds a child during a demonstration in... http://fb.me/UphG64QQ
    segunda-feira, 31 de janeiro de 2011 10:03:09 [Reply] [ReTweet] [Favorite]


    undercoverman: RT @ioerror: The people of Egypt want the world to know about this: http://www.twitlonger.com/show/8fflmc #egypt #jan25 #suez #cairo
    segunda-feira, 31 de janeiro de 2011 10:03:08 [Reply] [ReTweet] [Favorite]


    noushin: RT @shabbirh: This is the story from the #Cairo morgue that got #AJE banned in #Egypt http://bit.ly/hl2Ow4 #jan25
    segunda-feira, 31 de janeiro de 2011 10:03:08 [Reply] [ReTweet] [Favorite]


    Shoruk_K: This is just a new military regime, Wagdy (interior minister) was a former general. #jan25 #egypt
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    1fleetingglimps: RT @Ssirgany: Until police understands that people's lives are sacred & more valuable than the govt, nothing will change. #jan25 #egypt
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    SundayGuardian: How the #Jan25 protests in #Egypt have given the world lessons in the importance of the internet & new media http://bit.ly/e8pqrq @misskaul

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    Al Jazeera now saying that protestors are calling for a nationwide strike

    http://english.aljazeera.net/watch_now/

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    AJE - Heavy military presence across the Egyptian capital on Monday amid unrest

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    AJE

    - Mahmoud Wagdi named as Interior Minister
    - Banks & Businesses close
    - Government are evacuating tourists

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    Mahmoud Wagdi is know in Egypt as having an Iron Fist against any kind of protests.

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    Five Al Jazeera journalists arrested in the egyptian capital Cairo

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    http://tweetgrid.com/search?q=%23egypt+%23jan25


    kigo: RT @stbwien: 5 JOURNALISTS FROM AL-JAZEERA ENGLISH HAVE BEEN ARRESTED! #egypt #jan25
    segunda-feira, 31 de janeiro de 2011 10:15:55 [Reply] [ReTweet] [Favorite]

    mflakah: RT @nolanjazeera: Arrested by military #jan25 #Egypt
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    shaima2: RT @nolanjazeera: 4 soldiers entered room took our camera. Wr ae under military arrest #Egypt #jan25
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    ysalah: RT @nolanjazeera: 4 soldiers entered room took our camera. Wr ae under military arrest #Egypt #jan25
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    eqcco: RT @jrug: Tahrir Sq like a family picnic. More women now, babies. Everyone offering us food. 1000s here #Cairo #jan25 #Egypt
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    barrysmit: RT @nolanjazeera: 4 soldiers entered room took our camera. Wr ae under military arrest #Egypt #jan25
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    azadessa: RT @davidpoort: Five #aljazeera journalists arrested in Cairo #jan25 #egypt
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    GrogsGamut: RT @nolanjazeera: 4 soldiers entered room took our camera. Wr ae under military arrest #Egypt #jan25
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    eniedowski: RT @nolanjazeera: 4 soldiers entered room took our camera. Wr ae under military arrest #Egypt #jan25
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    b9AcE: RT @nolanjazeera: 4 soldiers entered room took our camera. Wr ae under military arrest #Egypt #jan25
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    KonWomyn: RT @nolanjazeera: 4 soldiers entered room took our camera. Wr ae under military arrest #Egypt #jan25
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    porrporr: Wie man/frau kommuniziert, wenn die Regierung das Internet abdrehthttp://bit.ly/e8ukbA #egypt #jan25
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    pincampana2: RT @nolanjazeera: 4 soldiers entered room took our camera. Wr ae under military arrest #Egypt #jan25

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