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    vector7 do you have any info about Russia's and China's view about the Crisis in Egypt?

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    Egyptian icon Omar Sharif says time Mubarak went

    Mon Jan 31, 2011 8:56am GMT


    PARIS Jan 31 (Reuters) - Egyptian film legend Omar Sharif on Monday joined the calls for President Hosni Mubarak to step down, saying he had failed to improve the standard of living for ordinary people and that 30 years in power was enough.
    The 78-year old from Alexandria is best known for his role as Arab reformer and revolutionary Sherif Ali in the 1962 movie Lawrence of Arabia.


    "The president should have resigned," Sharif told France Inter radio from his home in Cairo. "Given that the entire Egyptian people don't want him and he's been in power for 30 years that's enough."


    Protesters were camped out in central Cairo on Monday and vowed to stay until they had toppled Mubarak, whose fate appeared to hang on the military as pressure mounted from the street and abroad.


    "The president hasn't improved the standard of living of Egyptians. There are some people that are very rich -- maybe 1 percent -- and the rest are all poor trying to find food," Sharif said.


    He added that he was worried about the impact of the Islamist opposition group the Muslim Brotherhood, which for decades has been suppressed by the authorities.


    "I don't want the Muslim brotherhood," Sharif said. "They were trapped and now are starting to come out. They have 20 percent of the population and it's frightening for me." (Reporting by John Irish; editing by Jon Boyle)
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    Omar Sharif is an remarkable actor and what he said about the Muslim Brotherhood is enterely correct, couldn't agree more.

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    - Investors have transferred millions of dollars out of Egypt due to protests
    - Turkey evacuates flights from Egypt amid growing political unrest
    - EU chief diplomat Catherine Ashton calls on Hosni Mubarak to hold immediate talks
    - EU Foreign Ministers met in Brussels to discuss ongoing protest in Egypt

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    TWITTER

    India Airlines is asking 1,000 USD to get people out of Egypt.

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    AJE

    - U.S. wants Mubarak to engage in dialogue with egyptian people to resolve unrest
    - U.S. offers flights to embassy workers in move to reduce diplomatic footprint
    - Obama calls on world leaders to back an "orderly transition" in Egypt
    - President Obama reiterates opposition to violence in Egypt & calls for restraint
    - British Airways forced to reschedule flights to work around Egypt curfew
    - British lawmakers call on egyptian authorities to lift restrictions
    - Britain, France & Germany urge Mubarak to work towards broad-based government
    - Prime Minister Netanyahu says Israel's ties with Egypt must be preserved
    - Israel allows military presence in the Sinai peninsula for first time in years

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    Quote Originally Posted by BRVoice View Post
    TWITTER

    India Airlines is asking 1,000 USD to get people out of Egypt.
    AH... the first true signs of actual economic collapse! I KNEW it would happen!

    When things get bad, the prices go up. But when the money is starting to go down in value, the price (inflation) goes up drastically. ANY flight out is 1000 USD meaning, out of Egypt, just to the nearest airport will cost you a thousand bucks.

    The Middle East is going to come apart. I don't think there is going to be a give-and-take on the part of Mubarak at this point. That means there will be violence in the next few days - way over what we're seeing at the moment. I'm a little shocked actually that there have been over 100 deaths in the past week. If these folks are hell bent on change, they need simply to change the government, shut down the city, block doors, keep the "boss" locked down in his office and demand him to leave or step down.

    Once he has stepped down, they need to calmly walk away and let him go about his business. If they murder him - then they are no better than the "Muslim Brotherhoods" spinoff group, Hamas.

    So - let's hope these folks actually take their time, take a deep breath and do the right things.
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    Egypt Unrest: Questions and answers
    By Josh Levs, CNN
    January 31, 2011 -- Updated 1525 GMT (2325 HKT)

    (CNN) -- As the protests in Cairo enter the evening of their seventh day, CNN takes a look at some of the key questions surrounding them.

    What are the protests about?

    The protesters are calling for democratization -- for a government that they feel represents them. They want President Hosni Mubarak, 82, to step down after 30 years holding onto power, and an end to what they complain is a corrupt regime. Some have called for the government to face a trial.

    The anger is driven largely by economic frustrations. Egypt has seen a dramatic rise in the cost of living in recent years. While the government has offered food subsidies to help people handle rising prices, many are struggling.

    Egypt's economy was stagnant for decades, but in the past 10 years started to grow, creating bigger differences between rich and poor, said Juan Cole, a Middle East historian at the University of Michigan.

    "And I think some of the protest is over the ways in which the labor movements have gotten left behind and haven't shared in the economic growth," he said.

    Why now? What sparked the protests?

    A wave of protests in nearby Tunisia which overthrew the government helped inspire people in other nearby countries, facing similar frustrations, that it was time for an uprising.

    But the spark, in many ways, was one young man. Mohamed Bouazizi, a 26-year-old college graduate in Tunisia, was unable to find work, so he set up a fruit cart. Police confiscated it, saying he had no permit. According to the Federation of Human Rights Leagues, police also beat him. Bouazizi set himself on fire in protest, and later died.

    His self-immolation triggered the huge protests in Tunisia, which in turn helped inspire people in other nearby countries, including Algeria and Yemen, to take to the streets as well. There have also been protests in Jordan and Sudan. A Facebook page calls for similar demonstrations in Syria.

    A popular Facebook page that helped organize the Cairo protests beginning January 25 was dedicated to Bouazizi.

    Who are the protesters?

    Many are young men. The majority of Egypt's population is under 30, and the vast majority of its unemployed are as well. While the protesters include people from different socio-economic levels and different parts of the country, there is a "high proportion of the educated middle class," said Cole.

    There's "a feeling amongst that middle class that they're not being given the opportunities in life that their degrees warrant -- what historians would call a 'blocked elite,'" Cole said.

    Have the protests been violent?

    The protesters have generally been peaceful, chanting slogans and holding signs. Last week, police clashed violently with some demonstrators, leaving some dead and others wounded. Once the government sent in the military to take the place of police, the clashes came to a halt. The two sides have generally gotten along well. Some protesters have even posed for pictures with members of the military on their tanks. At times, the protests have even taken on the feeling of a music festival, with people wandering around, chatting, and celebrating.

    "This is the start of the rest of my life," one jubilant young man who appeared to be in his 20s told CNN. "As cheesy as it sounds, that's exactly how I feel right now."

    How did chaos begin in some areas?

    Police disappeared from the streets in parts of Cairo and some other areas, and some police stations were ransacked. Over the weekend, looters attacked stores and homes and torched some cars, and some prisoners escaped.

    Men gathered in neighborhoods to create vigilante groups protecting their property. In some places, people handed out knives, sticks, clubs, and baseball bats to men and teenage boys, encouraging them to fight any looters who came along.

    Some Egyptians said they worry the chaos could be part of Mubarak's strategy, getting citizens angry at the protesters for creating havoc and excited for government security forces to come along and bring order. But the crime has also built more frustration against the government among many Egyptians.

    How many have died?

    While it's difficult to ascertain a solid death toll, Human Rights Watch staffers have confirmed more than 120 deaths in Cairo, Alexandria, and Suez, according to a researcher for the group in Cairo.

    How is the food supply?

    Many families are fast running out of staples, and they are either unable or unwilling to shop for groceries. "I have three children, and I only have enough to feed them for maybe two more days. After that I do not know what we will do," school administrator Gamalat Gadalla said.

    Grocers have closed up shop or are running out of supplies themselves.

    "With the curfew, there are no restaurants, food or gas. Basic goods will soon be in shortage," Sandmonkey, an Egyptian blogger said via Twitter.

    Egyptian state-run Nile TV has set up a hotline for citizens to call in and report bread shortages. There has been no other indication of what the Egyptian government is doing to address the crisis.

    -CNN's Ben Wedeman, Nic Robertson, Ivan Watson, Frederik Pleitgen, and Salma Abdelaziz contributed to this report.
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    vector7 and you, what you think? Mubarak will simply resign?

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    Maraayem: “@AJArabic: المدير السابق لمكتب مبارك : الرئيس لم يكن يهتم بالتقارير الخاصة بأوضاع المواطنين المصريين #jan25 #Egypt #aljazeera”
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    joshpolitico: RT @NickKristof: I think Mubarak either oversees a bloody crackdown, and army obeys (neither certain, both possible)--or he's out. #Egypt #Jan25
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    PatinMichigan: RT @nolanjazeera: We're okay, they held us for 3 hours, we've been released, took cameras, laptops and phones #Egypt #Jan25
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    haitinewsnet: RT @StateDept: U.S. citizens who wish to depart #Egypt via USG-chartered transportation: call 1-202-501-4444 | email EgyptEmergencyUSC@state.gov. #Jan25
    segunda-feira, 31 de janeiro de 2011 13:58:39 [Reply] [ReTweet] [Favorite]


    Aziza_S: RT @abzzyy: Mubarak sets him self on fire. because he wants to change the people #Jan25 #Egypt
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    KirstiItameri: RT @eacusa: #jan25 #egypt If you don't count the too young or the too old, almost EVERYONE in Mahalla is protesting
    segunda-feira, 31 de janeiro de 2011 13:58:36 [Reply] [ReTweet] [Favorite]


    Clowntjelief: clear! Next steps?? RT @RamyRaoof: to Hosni Mubarak: We don't want a new government only, we want you down. #Egypt #Jan25
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    Ted1733: RT @rzabaneh: #Egypt #Jan25: Love the slogans, one says "Just leave man, my hand hurts of holding the sign"!
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    mcas2187: RT @StateDept: U.S. citizens who wish to depart #Egypt via USG-chartered transportation: call 1-202-501-4444 | email EgyptEmergencyUSC@state.gov. #Jan25
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    cr4321: RT @carlesdijous: The Torture Career of Egypt’s New Vice President: Omar Suleiman and the Rendition to Torture Program. http://bit.ly/hujv4H #Egypt #Jan25
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    abanidrees: التلفزيون المصري يبث مباشرة من ميدان التحرير!!! #Jan25 #25Jan #tahrir #Egypt #FreeEgypt
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    ibmlove: RT @IanPJ: UNCONFIRMED RT: @Alafrangi: British special troops sent to #Egypt to assist in airports. #Jan25 UNCONFIRMED
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    RubberRoomHotel: RT @StateDept: Over 2,400 Americans have contacted us requesting evacuation assistance in #Egypt. | More info: http://go.usa.gov/Y5t #Jan25
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    Q8HMD: جريدة لوموند الفرنسيّة: المصريون وعدد من المستثمرين الأجانب حوّلوا مئات الملايين من الدولارات إلى الخارج #jan25 #jan28 #egypt #cairo
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    Mixie1897: RT @jpmlynch: Hospital tells us ages of the 12 killed in last days ranged between 18-70 but mainly early 20s. #jan25 #egypt

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    Tourists Continue To Visit Parts Of Egypt Despite Unrest

    By Steve McGrath and Sarah Sloat
    Of DOW JONES NEWSWIRES


    Airlines were evacuating travelers from Egypt's major cities Monday as an anti-government revolt that has left at least 125 people dead spilled into a seventh day, but some travel operators were continuing to fly holidaymakers to the country's Red Sea tourist resorts, insisting they were safe.

    Countries were offering differing advice to their citizens about traveling to Egypt, with nations including the U.S., Turkey and Saudi Arabia organizing evacuations, and others, including the U.K., saying citizens should leave major cities but were safe to holiday in coastal resorts. China, India and Australia advised citizens not to go Egypt at all, Agence France Presse reported.

    U.K. tour operators TUI Travel PLC (TT.LN) and Thomas Cook Group PLC (TCG.LN) Monday cancelled U.K. flights to the Egyptian city of Luxor after the British government warned against all but essential travel to Cairo, Alexandria, Luxor and Suez after more civil unrest.

    The U.K. altered its travel advice for Egypt over the weekend, recommending that British nationals without a pressing need to be in Cairo, Alexandria or Suez leave by commercial means as long as it was safe to do so.

    However, the advice didn't apply to some popular Red Sea tourist resorts like Sharm El Sheikh and tour operators currently are operating normal services to these destinations. The Red Sea resorts served by the two travel companies are well away from the cities affected by the new U.K. government advice and are served by their own airports.

    "Our experienced teams on the ground assure us that no tourist areas at the Red Sea have been affected in any way by the recent demonstrations," Thomas Cook said on its website. "They are fully operational and holidaymakers are continuing to enjoy these popular resorts." Thomas Cook and TUI Travel are Europe's largest tour operators.

    The British government said it wouldn't be organizing special charter flights to evacuate U.K. nationals from Egypt and anyone wanting to leave would have to use commercial flights. However, U.K. commercial flights to the cities affected by the travel guidance were suffering disruptions.

    Media reports in the U.K. said about 30,000 British tourists currently are in Egypt.

    In Germany, local tour operators Monday extended deadlines for canceling and rescheduling trips to Egypt after its foreign ministry renewed warnings against travel to the country.

    TUI Deutschland, a unit of TUI AG (TUI1.XE), which has a majority stake in TUI Travel, said customers now could cancel trips to Cairo and Luxor until Feb. 7, rather than until Feb. 3. Thomas Cook's German unit also pushed back the date for free rescheduling of Egyptian trips to Feb. 7 from Feb. 2.

    "Trips to Luxor--including Nile cruises originating there--are canceled because excursions to cultural sights, usually the main reason for a Nile cruise or stay in Luxor, cannot take place or are possible only with restrictions," TUI said.

    TUI has about 7,000 tourists vacationing in Egypt at present, it said. Germany's national travel association DRV couldn't say how many German tourists were in the country but estimated about 1.2 million Germans travel to Egypt on vacation annually.

    Not all companies considered the Red Sea resorts to be safe. French vacation resort operator Club Mediterranee SA (CU.FR) said Monday it had organized a flight to repatriate holidaymakers from its vacation village at Sinai Bay on the Red Sea. It also has organized seats to repatriate tourists on flights from the Egyptian resorts of Luxor and Hurghada, where the company also has vacation villages, Club Med spokesman Thierry Orsoni told Dow Jones Newswires.

    Like most tour operators, Club Med stopped flying its customers to Egypt last week as a precautionary move, and halted excursions from its vacation villages. The three villages in Egypt represent 4.9% of Club Med's total room capacity in the winter season.

    Kuoni Holding AG (KUNN.EB) said it was flying about 600 tourists in Egypt back to Switzerland after the Swiss government advised against visiting the country. The Zurich-based travel operator said it will monitor whether evacuation flights become necessary in coming days.

    The foreign ministry said roughly 1,500 Swiss residents are estimated to be in Egypt, and another 1,574 Swiss citizens live there. The recommendation to leave Egypt was for both groups, government spokesman Georg Farago said.

    -By Steve McGrath and Sarah Sloat, Dow Jones Newswires; 44-20-7842-9284; steve.mcgrath@dowjones.com

    (Thomas Varela in Paris and Katharina Bart in Zurich contributed to this article.)
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    State Department is saying more than 2400 Americans have contacted them seeking transport out of Egypt.
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    dfarag88: RT @AbeerAbuTouq: نكتة الموسم :: القمة العربية القادمة ستكون قمّة تعارف #Joke #Egypt #Jan25 #Mubarak #Tunisia
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    TomChivers: I'm wrapping up the #egypt #jan25 live blog http://bit.ly/fCRq9f Thanks if you've been reading: will start again 8am tomorrow
    segunda-feira, 31 de janeiro de 2011 14:22:00 [Reply] [ReTweet] [Favorite]


    quintinreports: RT @NicRobertsonCNN: Several thousand people joined in prayer as sun set in #Alexandria Martyr Square, one of many demos defying curfew. #egypt #jan25 #mubarak
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    MissKhasawneh: Egypt unplugging Mubarak http://27.media.tumblr.com/tumblr_lf...xzwwo1_500.jpg #Jan25 #Egypt
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    mhouta: RT @DailyNewsEgypt: VIDEO: A New Spirit of National Pride in Egypt. http://bit.ly/ezH3tZ #Egypt #jan25
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    KenzaAbuArja: RT @ramyraoof: What is #Jan25 hashtag: on Jan 25, 2011 Egyptians went to the streets to demonstrate against Mubarak & his regime. Egyptian Uprising. #Egypt
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    Cayalta: RT @Dima_Khatib: RT@avimor When you write #Israel, you should emphasize - Israel's Governement. There are many Israelis who support Egyptians #egypt #jan25
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    IsaOmran: RT @NicRobertsonCNN: Mood on #Alexandria streets more determined than ever, now calling for #Mubarak execution not just his ouster #egypt #jan25
    segunda-feira, 31 de janeiro de 2011 14:21:56 [Reply] [ReTweet] [Favorite]


    mneuropa: #Egypt #Belgium #EU #Jan25 Demonstration to support Egyptain people in front of the EU on Friday Feb 4th http://fb.me/REbEo2Ln
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    Mme_Bavarde: RT @DemocracyNow: Made in the USA: Tear Gas, Tanks, Helicopters, Rifles & Fighter Planes Used in #Egypt Protests. http://ow.ly/3NmSv #jan25
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    signsofbrian: RT @breaking_now: BRUSSELS Jan 31 (Reuters) - EU calls for orderly transition in Egypt #Egypt #Jan25 http://bit.ly/gxvrTo
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    Shhh527: RT @ckoettl: if u r in Washington #DC, join us for @amnesty rally at #egypt embassy tomorrow, Tuesday, at noon! #jan25
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    Shhh527: RT @ckoettl: if u r in Washington #DC, join us for @amnesty rally at #egypt embassy tomorrow, Tuesday, at noon! #jan25
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    soitgoeshesaid: RT @NicRobertsonCNN: People on street tell us they no longer trust #Egyptian state media, says lying to them #egypt #jan25 #mubarak
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    mohd2u: RT @SubMedina: Mubarak's ticket to Saudi Arabia has already been issued and printed http://twitpic.com/3uw7tn #jan25 #egypt
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    Rastakouer: RT @ramyraoof: #video: Demonstrators in Tahrir Square Yesterday Night http://youtu.be/p-XTf7alk-Y #Egypt #Jan25
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    sunshineejc: RT @AJELive: World markets said to be jittery over ongoing political crisis across #Egypt #Mubarak #jan25 #p2 #tlot #tcot
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    JessPurba: Protesters in #Alexandria tell us they trust Army SOLDIERS but fear the OFFICERS are #Mubarak loyalists. #egypt #jan25 | @NicRobertsonCNN
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    MuriloO: RT @DemocracyNow: Made in the USA: Tear Gas, Tanks, Helicopters, Rifles & Fighter Planes Used in #Egypt Protests. http://ow.ly/3NmSv #jan25
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    mzsafiya: RT @justimage: RT @Mondoweiss No to Mubarak, No to Suleiman, Down with tyranny - great video from @Justimage http://bit.ly/eH5gYB #egypt #jan25
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    MushuThaLohari: How much louder do the #Egyptians need to get before #Mubarak gets the message? #Jan25 #Egypt #Revolution
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    MushuThaLohari: How much louder do the #Egyptians need to get before #Mubarak gets the message? #Jan25 #Egypt #Revolution
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    VriendKlei: RT @Dima_Khatib: RT@avimor When you write #Israel, you should emphasize - Israel's Governement. There are many Israelis who support Egyptians #egypt #jan25
    segunda-feira, 31 de janeiro de 2011 14:21:44 [Reply] [ReTweet] [Favorite]


    dienawong: RT @NicRobertsonCNN People on street tell us they no longer trust #Egyptian state media, says lying to them #egypt #jan25 #mubarak
    segunda-feira, 31 de janeiro de 2011 14:21:44 [Reply] [ReTweet] [Favorite]


    jeremymullman: RT @BorowitzReport: In a sign he may be preparing to step down, #Mubarak just updated his LinkedIn profile. #Egypt #Jan25

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    mkachred3: RT @holom10: مظاهرات في الإسكندرية والإسماعليه تضاهي ما يحدث في ميدان التحرير رغم فرض حظر التجول. #Egypt #Jan25
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    thedailybeast: The Time George W. Bush Caved to Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak http://thebea.st/flQERh by @matt_latimer #egypt #jan25
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    WebIris: Tell everyone: Egypt's revolution is sweet and peaceful | Amr Shalakany http://t.co/Rsy0cJj via @guardian #jan25 #egypt
    segunda-feira, 31 de janeiro de 2011 14:24:12 [Reply] [ReTweet] [Favorite]


    oasanchez: RT @BorowitzReport: In a sign he may be preparing to step down, #Mubarak just updated his LinkedIn profile. #Egypt #Jan25
    segunda-feira, 31 de janeiro de 2011 14:24:10 [Reply] [ReTweet] [Favorite]


    sunnysingh_sw6: Takes Jimmy Carter to say it out loud: "The United States wants Mubarak to stay in power, but the people have decided" #Egypt #JAN25
    segunda-feira, 31 de janeiro de 2011 14:24:08 [Reply] [ReTweet] [Favorite]


    erinschrode: Watch @CAmanpour report for @ABCNews. Video: #Egypt Clamps Down. http://t.co/8NFW7xt #Jan25
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    holom10: الجيش يتأكد من هوية المتظاهرين قبل دخولهم ميدان التحرير #Egypt #Jan25
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    za7ch: RT @NickKristof: Core problem is #Mubarak is taking baby steps toward reform. Protesters insist he make a giant leap--out of #Egypt. #Jan25
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    IanPJ: RT @SunFoundation: In 1st 7 months of 2010, Egypt's lobbyists made 366 contacts with government and NGO officials: http://bit.ly/hssOm0 #Jan25 #Egypt
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    IanPJ: RT @SunFoundation: In 1st 7 months of 2010, Egypt's lobbyists made 366 contacts with government and NGO officials: http://bit.ly/hssOm0 #Jan25 #Egypt
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    Mystere_Vertigo: RT @Nadalisa: "Jordan's Thousands" protest tom 5 pm at egypt embassy in solidarity with egypt's millions protest tom. Pls circulate! #jan25 #egypt
    segunda-feira, 31 de janeiro de 2011 14:24:05 [Reply] [ReTweet] [Favorite]


    Cfw828: RT @bencnn: US citizens tell me: "I pay taxes to support this @#$(%? This is an outrage. We must stop writing cheques now!" #Egypt #Jan25
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    royaltkomedia: RT @tweetminster: "White House quietly prepares for a post-Mubarak era in #Egypt" http://lat.ms/eTO5xQ - LA Times #jan25
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    oscillations: RT @NicRobertsonCNN: Protesters in #Alexandria tell us they trust Army SOLDIERS but fear the OFFICERS are #Mubarak loyalists. #egypt #jan25
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    amadooooo: RT @AlecJRoss: I'm listening to Harvard's @jilliancyork on Marketplace talk about role of tech in #Egypt. Listen: http://bit.ly/gja5Lm #Jan25 #netfreedom
    segunda-feira, 31 de janeiro de 2011 14:24:02 [Reply] [ReTweet] [Favorite]


    1Seabiscuit: RT @FP_Magazine - Walt: "A realist response to #Egypt: Why #Obama Should tell #Mubarak To Step Down" http://bit.ly/gANxRS #Jan25 #democracy
    segunda-feira, 31 de janeiro de 2011 14:24:01 [Reply] [ReTweet] [Favorite]


    DanielFurrUK: RT @eacusa: 120.000 ألف متظاهر فى المنصورة الآن 120.000 in Al-Mansoura city now. #Egypt #Change #JAN25 #JAN28
    segunda-feira, 31 de janeiro de 2011 14:24:00 [Reply] [ReTweet] [Favorite]


    developar: RT @omanizer_muscat: إسقاط مبارك ليس تحقيق الرغبات الشعب المصري فحسب وانما هزيمة لمصالح ورغبات اسرائيل #egypt #jan25
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    foodgirl817: RT @nolanjazeera: Losing my phone now. Think we are ok. #Egypt #Jan25
    segunda-feira, 31 de janeiro de 2011 14:23:57 [Reply] [ReTweet] [Favorite]


    godewing: RT @Arabzy: Más de 120.000 manifestantes en la ciudad de #Mansoura en estos momentos. #Jan25 #Egypt #Egipto
    segunda-feira, 31 de janeiro de 2011 14:23:57 [Reply] [ReTweet] [Favorite]


    omaatje61: RT @ioerror: The people of Egypt want the world to know about this: http://www.twitlonger.com/show/8fflmc #egypt #jan25 #suez #cairo
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    mns_q: مدير سابق لمكتب مبارك: تصرفات مبارك مجرد حركات بهلوانية #JAN25 #Egypt #EGYPT #Cairo #jan25
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    MungosMilintel: RT @epmckenna: RT @BorowitzReport: In a sign he may be preparing to step down, #Mubarak just updated his LinkedIn profile. #Egypt #Jan25
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    ghazamfar: RT @ckoettl: if u r in Washington #DC, join us for @amnesty rally at #egypt embassy tomorrow, Tuesday, at noon! #jan25
    segunda-feira, 31 de janeiro de 2011 14:23:55 [Reply] [ReTweet] [Favorite]


    Biancabbdoll: photo of Egyptian actor Omar Sharif in Cairo, #Egypt, Monday As calls are made for 1 million to march on Tuesday http://t.co/2lvgWdz #jan25
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    dantodd: RT @NicRobertsonCNN: Protesters in #Alexandria tell us they trust Army SOLDIERS but fear the OFFICERS are #Mubarak loyalists. #egypt #jan25
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    reandfree: RT @smallham: let the egyptian people know they are not alone: http://bit.ly/g90lo4 we stand with them. #egypt #jan25
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    mungobah: RT @epmckenna: RT @BorowitzReport: In a sign he may be preparing to step down, #Mubarak just updated his LinkedIn profile. #Egypt #Jan25
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    El_Amster: RT @anonx_x: @El_Amster PLS RT: Protest @ Gamal's Home in #London! Today (Mon) 4 - 6pm, 28 Wilton Place Westminster, SW1X 8RL, #Egypt #jan25 #uk
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    sarahbadr: news now coming of a government(-led?) counter protest movement. #jan25 #egypt

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    vector7 do you have any info about Russia's and China's view about the Crisis in Egypt?
    Who Stands With Iran's Opposition?

    By JOHN VINOCUR

    Published: January 31, 2011

    PARIS — Excruciating new problems never nullify the old ones. In the case of Iran’s potential nuclear threat, Egypt’s gathering implosion — joined by some new elements of concern — is only more bad news for the West.

    For a month or so, a kind of notional pause on Iran had been in order, a seeming parenthesis of respite and reflection: a departing Israeli spy chief’s estimate of a due-date for the mullahs’ capacity to build nukes pushed it off three years into the future; a fruitless meeting with Iran in Istanbul was portrayed as going well in terms of Russia and China’s cooperation with the United States and its allies; the effect of sanctions and other measures taken against the Iranian leadership was described by Washington as successful to the point of being “underreported” by the news media.

    And now? A situation in Egypt where the West, including the Obama administration, looks both challenged in articulating its support for the protesters shaking an apparently futureless regime in Cairo and unwilling to openly assert that it wants a successor to Hosni Mubarak who would hold to his clear line against Iran becoming a nuclear power.

    In Tehran, the mullahs have been comparing the wobbling Mubarak regime to the fall of the shah in 1979.

    Indeed, a better comparison might be with the circumstances around the mullahs’ stolen election in 2009. At the time — and since — President Barack Obama of the United States didn’t (and hasn’t) offered either verbal or practical backing to the Iranian opposition against a government whose history of oppression and contempt for the law is well documented, and well known.

    Now check out this cornucopia of emerging and baleful ironies relating to Iran that might be delighting the mullahs:

    • The man mentioned in Washington as a possible leader of a caretaker government in preparation for an election in Egypt is Mohamed ElBaradei, the former director of the International Atomic Energy Agency, the global nuclear watchdog.

    Over the weekend, the French newspaper Le Figaro described Mr. ElBaradei’s tenure as bent on minimizing the danger of Iran’s nuclear program. Its security affairs writer quoted a former French high representative at the agency as saying of the Egyptian, who was given the 2005 Nobel Peace Prize for his leadership at I.A.E.A.: “He systematically underestimated the progress of the Iranian program, used deliberately vague language, and concealed certain essential elements. He contributed to delaying sanctions against Iran.”

    Washington provided the irony: An American official, referring to the Egyptian, said: “He’s shown an independence from us that will squelch any argument he’s doing our bidding.”

    • Russia’s moment of seeming helpfulness involving Iran may be replaced by another attempt by Moscow to wield its cooperation on the issue as a new quid pro quo.

    At the Istanbul conference just over a week ago, the Russian foreign minister, Sergey V. Lavrov, called for sanctions on Iran to be reduced rather than strengthened, Reuters reported. Russia has since urged NATO to investigate the successful cyberattacks, origin unknown, on Iran’s Russian-made nuclear reactors. And President Dmitri A. Medvedev, speaking at Davos last week almost a year after a Russian security chief acknowledged that the West’s fears of a Iranian drive toward nukes were “well-founded,” reverted to the old Russian line that “the international community so far has no information that Iran is building nuclear weapons.”

    The possible maneuver: Over the past two years, Russia could regard that it had some success in trying to leverage its position on Iran in exchange for modifications in NATO’s plans for a missile defense shield or the New Start nuclear arms agreement with the Americans. Now, just as it refashions its view on Iran, it is making clear, according to articles last week in the Russian newspaper Kommersant, that its view of cooperating with NATO on missile defense must involve “sectorization,” or giving Russia responsibility for an area in Eastern and Northern Europe that NATO believes would recreate a Soviet-type zone of influence.

    All this has the look of renewed Russian hardball, with Iran potentially reappearing in the game as a pressure point. Irony? Mr. Medvedev, everybody’s pal in the Kremlin, chose a tone of friendly regret last week to say that if there’s no acceptance of Russian terms on missile defense, “In the future, we’ll have to take unpleasant decisions on the deployment of nuclear strike units.”

    • The French, who uncovered the Iranians’ secret nuclear reactor in Qum in 2009, are now making the case to the allies that they have hard evidence that North Korea has exported significant quantities of highly enriched uranium to Iran.

    That is an assertion that wilts irony. Basically, it seems to mean: How can anyone say there’s a lengthened timetable for dealing with Iran and less urgency for tougher unilateral measures that skirt the U.N. Security Council?

    George Perkovich, a vice president of the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace in Washington, adds another element of concern.

    He says that under the new circumstances, and in light of Iran’s humiliation through the cybersabotage of computers at some of its nuclear sites and the violent deaths of figures in the nuclear program, the mullahs will not consider genuine negotiations until they have gotten revenge, possibly in Lebanon.

    That leaves new sanctions. The strongest possible measures would involve restrictions aimed at Iranian crude oil exports, according to Mark Dubowitz, executive director of the Foundation for the Defense of Democracies. He believes they have wide bipartisan support in Congress, although it is uncertain whether Mr. Obama, who has the authority to pursue sanctions of this type through existing legislation, will order them.

    Call that a description of wavering rather than resolve. It is hard to separate events in Egypt from the situation in Iran, but there is nothing resembling willingness on the part of the allies to join them together as one overarching problem requiring a similar response.

    In a time of overwhelming caution, the odds seem small that the United States or anyplace else in the West might encourage Iranians in the manner Mr. Obama did Egypt’s protesters last week — albeit glancingly.

    He said, “The United States will continue to stand up for the rights of the Egyptian people” as it pursues “a future that is more just, more free and hopeful.”

    In the Iranian case, that would also be a future very much less dangerous for the world.

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    Clinton convenes mass meeting of US ambassadors

    (AP) – 7 hours ago

    WASHINGTON (AP) — Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton is convening an unprecedented mass meeting of U.S. ambassadors.

    The top envoys from nearly all of America's 260 embassies, consulates and other posts in more than 180 countries will be gathering at the State Department beginning on Monday. Officials say it's the first such global conference.

    The gathering comes at a time of crisis in Egypt that could reshape dynamics in the Middle East, fallout from leaked diplomatic documents and congressional calls for sweeping cuts in foreign aid.


    Although the meeting has been called to discuss U.S. foreign policy priorities for 2011, officials say Clinton plans to meet personally with ambassadors from front-line states to hear about developments on the ground. Officials also expect that specific concerns about the WikiLeaks revelations will be raised.
    Guard detachment is heading to Egypt

    Published 01/24/2011 12:00 AM
    Updated 01/24/2011 04:59 AM

    Groton - Connecticut National Guard Detachment 2, Company I, 185th Aviation Regiment of Groton has mobilized and will deploy to the Sinai Peninsula, Egypt, to support the Multinational Force and Observers.

    The unit left Connecticut Jan. 15 for Fort Benning, Ga., for further training and validation. The unit operates C-23C Sherpa aircraft and has deployed three times in the last seven years in support of the conflicts in Iraq and Afghanistan.

    The unit will provide an on-demand aviation asset to the Multinational Force and Observers commander to support its mission of supervising the security provisions of the Egypt/ Israel Peace Treaty.

    Chief Warrant Officer Four James Smith of Ivoryton commands the aviation unit.

    China Should Buy More Gold, Silver for Reserves, Daily Reports



    China should increase its gold and silver reserves, the Economic Information Daily reported today, citing an interview with central bank adviser Xia Bin.

    Increasing gold reserves at the “appropriate time” is in line with the strategy of internationalizing the yuan, the report cited Xia as saying. “Related departments” should employ a “buy in the dip” strategy over a very long period of time, Xia said.
    Is Something Serious Up at Treasury?

    Saturday, January 29, 2011

    It's not often you hear news like this:

    On Sunday, Treasury Secretary Geithner will have dinner at Treasury with former secretaries of the Treasury.

    What's up with this? There was no indication on the weekly Treasury schedule, put out just a day ago, that this dinner was planned. Very unusual.

    On top of that, the Treasury put this notice out at 9:00PM on a Saturday night. Sure looks like a rushed meeting to me.

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    khabarNYC: RT @NicRobertsonCNN: Protesters in #Alexandria tell us they trust Army SOLDIERS but fear the OFFICERS are #Mubarak loyalists. #egypt #jan25
    segunda-feira, 31 de janeiro de 2011 14:41:46 [Reply] [ReTweet] [Favorite]

    ibrahimizgi: O değil de eskiden bir CNN vardı... Ne oldu ona? #jan25 #egypt
    segunda-feira, 31 de janeiro de 2011 14:41:45 [Reply] [ReTweet] [Favorite]


    burakkocamis: RT @alihabibi1: Israel changed its relationship status with Egypt from "married" to "it's complicated"... #Egypt #Jan25 #SidiBouzid
    segunda-feira, 31 de janeiro de 2011 14:41:45 [Reply] [ReTweet] [Favorite]


    ishbroken: RT @Anony_Ops: Carter: Egypt’s revolt ‘earth-shaking,’ Mubarak ‘will have to leave’ http://bit.ly/hThOHk #Egypt #Jan25
    segunda-feira, 31 de janeiro de 2011 14:41:44 [Reply] [ReTweet] [Favorite]


    wellmichael: RT @StateDept: U.S. citizens who wish to depart #Egypt via USG-chartered transportation: call 1-202-501-4444 | email EgyptEmergencyUSC@state.gov. #Jan25
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    micchiato: RT @NickKristof: I find it deeply sad that #Egypt pro-democracy protesters feel inspired by Tunisia, and stymied by America. #Jan25
    segunda-feira, 31 de janeiro de 2011 14:41:44 [Reply] [ReTweet] [Favorite]


    Dimurra: ‎​​الظاهر اجتماع القمه العربية الجاي راح يكون اجتماع تعارف#JO #egypt #jan25
    segunda-feira, 31 de janeiro de 2011 14:41:43 [Reply] [ReTweet] [Favorite]


    nytjim: RT @AntDeRosa: Food staples starting to run out in #Egypt http://soupsoup.net/hnO4WO #Jan25
    segunda-feira, 31 de janeiro de 2011 14:41:43 [Reply] [ReTweet] [Favorite]


    rodolfob: #Obama administration #aligns itself with #protests in #Egypt with call for 'orderly transition' http://t.co/QqjTTle #Jan25 // Is this true?
    segunda-feira, 31 de janeiro de 2011 14:41:42 [Reply] [ReTweet] [Favorite]


    jmcesteves: RT @netfreedom RT @KenRoth Account of involvement of Omar Suleiman, new #Egypt VP, in past rendition and torture http://bit.ly/goXguA #Jan25
    segunda-feira, 31 de janeiro de 2011 14:41:42 [Reply] [ReTweet] [Favorite]


    PrinceofRazors: RT @cnnireport: Army tanks block street near Giza pyramids http://on.cnn.com/gBber3 #ireport #Jan25 #Egypt
    segunda-feira, 31 de janeiro de 2011 14:41:41 [Reply] [ReTweet] [Favorite]


    FREEDOMISARIGHT: RT @Anony_Ops: Carter: Egypt’s revolt ‘earth-shaking,’ Mubarak ‘will have to leave’ http://bit.ly/hThOHk #Egypt #Jan25
    segunda-feira, 31 de janeiro de 2011 14:41:41 [Reply] [ReTweet] [Favorite]


    MonaElhusseini: RT @alarabiya_ar: مراسل العربية: رجال أعمال في السويس يتبرعون بأطنان من المواد الغذائية للمحتجين #alarabiya #egypt #cairo #jan25 #jan28 #Internet #25jan
    segunda-feira, 31 de janeiro de 2011 14:41:39 [Reply] [ReTweet] [Favorite]


    blandliketheman: RT @democracynow Feminist Nawal El Saadawi in #Egypt: "Women & girls are—beside the boys—are in the streets." DN!: http://ow.ly/3No7K #jan25
    segunda-feira, 31 de janeiro de 2011 14:41:38 [Reply] [ReTweet] [Favorite]


    echoiness: #egypt #cairo #jan25 #jan28 #Internet #25jan لا تتنازلو عن سقوط النظام و ايضا عن محاكمة مبارك بعد السقوط ان شاءالله محاكمة عسكرية
    segunda-feira, 31 de janeiro de 2011 14:41:37 [Reply] [ReTweet] [Favorite]


    enesilyas: RT @alihabibi1: Israel changed its relationship status with Egypt from "married" to "it's complicated"... #Egypt #Jan25 #SidiBouzid
    segunda-feira, 31 de janeiro de 2011 14:41:36 [Reply] [ReTweet] [Favorite]


    topdogunderdog: RT @DemocracyNow: Feminist Nawal El Saadawi in #Egypt: "Women & girls are—beside the boys—are in the streets." DN!: http://ow.ly/3No7K #jan25
    segunda-feira, 31 de janeiro de 2011 14:41:36 [Reply] [ReTweet] [Favorite]


    TauxFu: RT @exiledsurfer: RT @ITwitius: #Egypt World oil price just hit $100 a barrel. Remind me where that canal is?... | #jan25 #feb1 #millionmarch
    segunda-feira, 31 de janeiro de 2011 14:41:33 [Reply] [ReTweet] [Favorite]


    thomascaudill: RT @avinunu: Even the pathetic, embarrassed calls for "reform" by US & EU are only a reaction to the *people's* revolt. #jan25 #Egypt
    segunda-feira, 31 de janeiro de 2011 14:41:33 [Reply] [ReTweet] [Favorite]


    bombaycowgirl: Enjoying #ACLU11 but totally obsessed with #Egypt #jan25
    segunda-feira, 31 de janeiro de 2011 14:41:32 [Reply] [ReTweet] [Favorite]


    khaledsaid2k: HOW YOU CAN HELP EGYPTIANS: http://www.facebook.com/home.php?sk=...27257750676502 #jan25 #Egypt
    segunda-feira, 31 de janeiro de 2011 14:41:32 [Reply] [ReTweet] [Favorite]


    ImmaculateEdits: RT @theatlantic: Liveblogging #Egypt, Day 4: http://theatln.tc/hZe2OC by @Max_Fisher #jan25
    segunda-feira, 31 de janeiro de 2011 14:41:31 [Reply] [ReTweet] [Favorite]


    hsb0: صورة رهييييبه | سيدة مصريه تنهر أحد أفراد قوات مكافحة الشغب أثناء المظاهرات في القاهره #egypt #Jan25 http://twitpic.com/3v7gmi
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    rashed78: RT @AbeerAbuTouq: نكتة الموسم :: القمة العربية القادمة ستكون قمّة تعارف #Joke #Egypt #Jan25 #Mubarak #Tunisia looooool
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    danablouin: RT @NetworkWorld: RT @buzzblog: Old-school tech steps to the forefront in #Egypt. http://bit.ly/gkLJhc #jan25
    segunda-feira, 31 de janeiro de 2011 14:41:30 [Reply] [ReTweet] [Favorite]


    vanessabrunner: RT @NickKristof: I find it deeply sad that #Egypt pro-democracy protesters feel inspired by Tunisia, and stymied by America. #Jan25
    segunda-feira, 31 de janeiro de 2011 14:41:27 [Reply] [ReTweet] [Favorite]


    fairuz_online: To the US govt: if u love Mubarak so much, please appoint him as ur president. Or second VP since Jo Biden is his best buddy. #egypt #jan25
    segunda-feira, 31 de janeiro de 2011 14:41:26 [Reply] [ReTweet] [Favorite]


    EnviroEdgeNews: RT @anonx_x: @EnviroEdgeNews PLS RT: Protest @ Gamal's Home in #London! Today (Mon) 4 - 6pm, 28 Wilton Place Westminster, SW1X 8RL, #Egypt #jan25 #uk
    segunda-feira, 31 de janeiro de 2011 14:41:24 [Reply] [ReTweet] [Favorite]


    justamira: RT @alaa: ♻ @RamyRaoof: #video: Demonstrators in Tahrir Square Yesterday Night http://youtu.be/p-XTf7alk-Y #Egypt #Jan25
    segunda-feira, 31 de janeiro de 2011 14:41:23 [Reply] [ReTweet] [Favorite]


    jocarva: RT @Arabic_News: “At last #Egypt is waking up!”- witness http://bit.ly/hhbSsb #jan25 #iranelection #venezuela #cuba
    segunda-feira, 31 de janeiro de 2011 14:41:23 [Reply] [ReTweet] [Favorite]


    josephwillits: By @yuval_ba Can Israel survive only in a dictatorial Middle East? http://bit.ly/fLu1TR #Egypt #Jan25 #Israel #Palestine
    segunda-feira, 31 de janeiro de 2011 14:41:22 [Reply] [ReTweet] [Favorite]


    DrKhalidFalgi: محمد صبحي المنافق الجبان آسف على يوم صفقت لك واعتقدت انك فنان محترم ليتك سكت اخرسك الله #jan25 #egypt
    segunda-feira, 31 de janeiro de 2011 14:41:22 [Reply] [ReTweet] [Favorite]


    InfoSomniac2: RT @bencnn: Some of shooting is by army just to warn looters away and, ironically, to reassure residents. #Jan25 #Egypt
    segunda-feira, 31 de janeiro de 2011 14:41:22 [Reply] [ReTweet] [Favorite]


    WhoDat35: RT @NatGeoSociety: Young Egyptians Rally to Protect Egypt's Ancient Heritage: http://on.natgeo.com/fPaOye #egypt #Jan25
    segunda-feira, 31 de janeiro de 2011 14:41:20 [Reply] [ReTweet] [Favorite]


    ltluvlobster: RT @NickKristof: I find it deeply sad that #Egypt pro-democracy protesters feel inspired by Tunisia, and stymied by America. #Jan25
    segunda-feira, 31 de janeiro de 2011 14:41:20 [Reply] [ReTweet] [Favorite]


    AdnanShamsi: #MUSTREAD RT @thedailybeast The Time GeorgeWBush Caved 2 #Egypt Pres #Mubarak http://thebea.st/flQERh by @matt_latimer #jan25
    segunda-feira, 31 de janeiro de 2011 14:41:20 [Reply] [ReTweet] [Favorite]


    sara055: RT @bobby_burner: RT @truthout Why Has Egypt's Army Not Confronted the Protests? http://bit.ly/gWACGj #Truthout #p2 #p2b #Egypt #Jan25 #Democracy #HumanRights
    segunda-feira, 31 de janeiro de 2011 14:41:19 [Reply] [ReTweet] [Favorite]


    AnemosNaftilos: RT @whereismyvote_: Egypt protests: day five of the protests as it happened: How events unfolded on day five of the pr... http://bit.ly/i4iFch #egypt #jan25
    segunda-feira, 31 de janeiro de 2011 14:41:19 [Reply] [ReTweet] [Favorite]


    crococaro: RT @NatGeoSociety: Young Egyptians Rally to Protect Egypt's Ancient Heritage: http://on.natgeo.com/fPaOye #egypt #Jan25

    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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    khalidbmm: RT @mohdAlomari: القمه العربيه الجاي هي قمه تعارف #jan25 #25jan #mubarak #cairo #egypt #freeEgypt #tahrir
    segunda-feira, 31 de janeiro de 2011 14:45:53 [Reply] [ReTweet] [Favorite]

    PoliticlCustard: EgyptLeaks3: PLS RT! Farouk el Okda, Governor Central Bank of Egypt, facilitated transfer of gold for Mubaraks 2 foreign banks #Egypt #jan25
    segunda-feira, 31 de janeiro de 2011 14:45:53 [Reply] [ReTweet] [Favorite]


    TrentCoyleFoto: RT @theatlantic: Liveblogging #Egypt, Day 4: http://theatln.tc/hZe2OC by @Max_Fisher #jan25
    segunda-feira, 31 de janeiro de 2011 14:45:53 [Reply] [ReTweet] [Favorite]


    lessirey: RT @AlMasryAlYoum_E: Israel urges the world to tone down Mubarak criticism http://ow.ly/3NjEQ #Israel #Egypt #Jan25
    segunda-feira, 31 de janeiro de 2011 14:45:52 [Reply] [ReTweet] [Favorite]


    sunnysingh_sw6: Also the (still) gorgeous Omar Sharif speaks up from his Cairo home in support of uprising. #Egypt #jan25
    segunda-feira, 31 de janeiro de 2011 14:45:51 [Reply] [ReTweet] [Favorite]


    Pool_Depth1_1: RT @StateDept: Americans should prepare for a substantial wait at the airport in Cairo - bring, food, water & other necessities. #Egypt #Jan25
    segunda-feira, 31 de janeiro de 2011 14:45:51 [Reply] [ReTweet] [Favorite]


    bopbop_simsim: The momentum doesn't seem to be stopping. That's right it is just growing. There is no end to this but for the end of #mubarak #jan25 #egypt
    segunda-feira, 31 de janeiro de 2011 14:45:50 [Reply] [ReTweet] [Favorite]


    MillerJWilson: 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 14:45:49 [Reply] [ReTweet] [Favorite]


    BuJabal: RT @sharifkouddous: Video of my report from #Egypt on @democracynow today: http://t.co/KrTVMe0 #Jan25
    segunda-feira, 31 de janeiro de 2011 14:45:49 [Reply] [ReTweet] [Favorite]


    omaniexplorer: Must Watch “@NohaAtef: Among over 6,000 tweets of mine, this is the one I like the most http://bit.ly/erFh4m (VIDEO) #Egypt #jan25 #Tahrir”
    segunda-feira, 31 de janeiro de 2011 14:45:49 [Reply] [ReTweet] [Favorite]


    dody84_4: RT @rashed78: RT @AbeerAbuTouq: نكتة الموسم :: القمة العربية القادمة ستكون قمّة تعارف #Joke #Egypt #Jan25 #Mubarak #Tunisia looooool
    segunda-feira, 31 de janeiro de 2011 14:45:48 [Reply] [ReTweet] [Favorite]


    80si: Hearing TE Data, main Egyptian internet service provider, will maintain internet interruption for at least another week. #Jan25 #Egypt 16 h…
    segunda-feira, 31 de janeiro de 2011 14:45:47 [Reply] [ReTweet] [Favorite]


    Lamiaa_: RT @darbelbahlawan: Can somebody on the ground please advice @elBaradei to prepare a more engaging and passionate speech tomorrow? #jan25 #egypt #millionmarch
    segunda-feira, 31 de janeiro de 2011 14:45:46 [Reply] [ReTweet] [Favorite]


    harisalisic: RT @alaa: ♻ @AlMasryAlYoum_E: Christians and Muslims work to provide security in Alexandria http://ow.ly/3NovQ #Jan25 #Egypt
    segunda-feira, 31 de janeiro de 2011 14:45:46 [Reply] [ReTweet] [Favorite]


    hany0009: RT @SUL6AN_H: الثورة تزداد نضوجاً كل يوم ، بل بكل لحظة ، والحديث عن التراجع بات صعباً ..!#JAN25 #Egypt #EGYPT #Cairo #jan25
    segunda-feira, 31 de janeiro de 2011 14:45:45 [Reply] [ReTweet] [Favorite]


    hany0009: RT @SUL6AN_H: الثورة تزداد نضوجاً كل يوم ، بل بكل لحظة ، والحديث عن التراجع بات صعباً ..!#JAN25 #Egypt #EGYPT #Cairo #jan25
    segunda-feira, 31 de janeiro de 2011 14:45:45 [Reply] [ReTweet] [Favorite]


    riy: Planning for tomorrows events in #Egypt.... #jan25
    segunda-feira, 31 de janeiro de 2011 14:45:45 [Reply] [ReTweet] [Favorite]


    goodfox: RT @NickKristof: I find it deeply sad that #Egypt pro-democracy protesters feel inspired by Tunisia, and stymied by America. #Jan25
    segunda-feira, 31 de janeiro de 2011 14:45:45 [Reply] [ReTweet] [Favorite]


    PoliticlCustard: EgyptLeaks2: PLS RT! Walid Shash & Omar Tantawy are chief handlers of Mubaraks' loot for transfer to Switzerland and France #Egypt #jan25
    segunda-feira, 31 de janeiro de 2011 14:45:45 [Reply] [ReTweet] [Favorite]


    JosefusVoice: VIDEO Protester climbs water canon truck, grabs dressed civilian cop, flies with him into the air http://is.gd/qaBozd #Jan25 #Egypt
    segunda-feira, 31 de janeiro de 2011 14:45:45 [Reply] [ReTweet] [Favorite]


    YoussefAbdelaal: Online using international free dial-up again. Rumors say Internet won't be back in #Egypt for another week. #Jan25
    segunda-feira, 31 de janeiro de 2011 14:45:44 [Reply] [ReTweet] [Favorite]


    soso08: RT @NickKristof: I think Mubarak either oversees a bloody crackdown, and army obeys (neither certain, both possible)--or he's out. #Egypt #Jan25
    segunda-feira, 31 de janeiro de 2011 14:45:44 [Reply] [ReTweet] [Favorite]


    spcebaby: RT @Jan25voices: #Egypt Voices: A young Egyptian woman returning from Tahrir demonstrations with her mother. http://bit.ly/eMgHvg #jan25
    segunda-feira, 31 de janeiro de 2011 14:45:41 [Reply] [ReTweet] [Favorite]


    alarabiya_ar: وكالة: معتمدية القصرين في وسط تونس تتعرض للتخريب والنهب #alarabiya #egypt #cairo #jan25 #jan28 #Internet #25jan
    segunda-feira, 31 de janeiro de 2011 14:45:40 [Reply] [ReTweet] [Favorite]


    Sonja_Jo: "We Hate This President! All The People Hate Him!" Egyptian Protester http://youtu.be/PX6Ba2nLouw #Egypt #Finland #London #LA #Jan25 #World
    segunda-feira, 31 de janeiro de 2011 14:45:40 [Reply] [ReTweet] [Favorite]


    lessirey: RT @DannyCarrington: #Jan25 #Egypt bypass gov web block, use numerical IP forTwitter ”128.242.240.52” net access +33 1 72 89 01 50 Login pass: toto Pls RT
    segunda-feira, 31 de janeiro de 2011 14:45:39 [Reply] [ReTweet] [Favorite]


    TomRisen: RT @NickKristof: I find it deeply sad that #Egypt pro-democracy protesters feel inspired by Tunisia, and stymied by America. #Jan25
    segunda-feira, 31 de janeiro de 2011 14:45:36 [Reply] [ReTweet] [Favorite]


    omega8cc: RT @turimunthe: What's the new weapon of choice for people power? The Mobile Phone: http://is.gd/7Eme8l #egypt #jan25
    segunda-feira, 31 de janeiro de 2011 14:45:36 [Reply] [ReTweet] [Favorite]


    omega8cc: RT @turimunthe: What's the new weapon of choice for people power? The Mobile Phone: http://is.gd/7Eme8l #egypt #jan25
    segunda-feira, 31 de janeiro de 2011 14:45:36 [Reply] [ReTweet] [Favorite]


    FourYawkeyWay: there was supposed to be a "pro-government" protest on Friday. that never materialized, nor should it tmrw. #egypt #Cairo #jan25
    segunda-feira, 31 de janeiro de 2011 14:45:35 [Reply] [ReTweet] [Favorite]


    albsayed: Million People march called for in #Cairo and #Alexandria tomorrow Feb 1 #Jan25 #Egypt
    segunda-feira, 31 de janeiro de 2011 14:45:34 [Reply] [ReTweet] [Favorite]


    arabzy: | Speaker to AlJazeera Arabic: We are in a country that is suffering from an Economic crisis. #Jan25 #Egypt

    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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    Quote Originally Posted by Rick Donaldson View Post
    What came out of the Treasury meeting?

    Looking for more verification...


    In the comments section, there is this:

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    said... Well, my minimalist way of saying, I am not giving you more than I have already given you is, "I got it from the Treasury."

    I will stand on that. The dinner is tonight. I do have a couple of contacts who might be described as "people familiar with the dinner."

    January 30, 2011 2:23 PM

    If it did happen this was not a highly publicized meeting.


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