Thousands of Egyptians marched to the Supreme Council of Armed Forces to have their demands fulfilled, the military blocked us off and thugs were sent to turn the scene into a war zone. Nothing has changed.
موقعة «العباسية».. في عيد ثورة يوليو
فى العيد الـ٥٩ لثورة يوليو، وعلى بعد مئات الأمتار من وزارة الدفاع، شهد حي العباسية معركة دامية، سقط فيها مئات المصابين، حين هاجم مدنيون مسلحون آلاف الثوار ال…
Egyptian and Tunisian Revolutions in Carl Sagan’s “Earth the Pale Blue Dot”
Footage of the Tunisian and Egyptian democratic revolutions mixed with timelapses and set to Carl Sagan reading from his book “Earth – The Pale Blue Dot.” Re…
The Awakening of Freedom. Egypt will sleep no longer.
Egyptian Revolution – Awakening of Freedom
On January 25th, 2011, Egyptians stood-up against a tyrant and his oppressing regime. They stood against police brutality and corruption in the country in ho…
We went to Tahrir today. And now we’re here to stay. Our demands will be met, and we will see a new Egypt.
Thousands gather in Cairo’s Tahrir Square for protest
Tens of thousands of Egyptians, angered by their nation’s slow progress toward reforms, converged in Cairo’s iconic Tahrir Square on Friday to pressure the interim government to speed up the process.
A few words of wisdom from Marwan with episode 2. Marwan talks about the nation and some more on what we need to do to succeed. God bless the youth. Subtitles to come soon.
Masr Bokra | مصـربكـرة Ep 2
We sit down again with our youngest and brightest talk show host Marwan to talk about Egypt’s future through the eyes of the youth. Marwan tells us about the…
One of many reasons we’re going to Tahrir on July 8th. Criminals being cleared of of their crimes. And they think we’ll stay silent.
Egyptian court clears Mubarak’s ministers of information, finance and housing in corruption trials -
A look at what the youth of Egypt wants to change.
Masr Bokra (Egypt Tomorrow) Ep 1.
We sit down with our newest talk show host, also one of the nation’s youth who was part of the January 25th Egyptian revolution. Our host Marwan tells us wha…
Dear Military Council: You thought we would forget about all the corruption that the criminals you refuse to prosecute committed. You forgot we would forget about all the innocent lives we lost to gain our independence and the many more we lost during the reign or tyranny! We didn’t. We will be in Tahrir this Friday July 8th to remind you we didn’t.
here’s the latest on what’s going on in Egypt. Reports have confirmed that former Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak was a spy for Israel’s Mossad. Our country was sold out from the beginning…
Please join this page. Hamza is a 13 year old Syrian boy who was captured during peaceful protests, beaten and his tortured body was sent back to his family. This needs to end!
We are all Hamza Alkhateeb
Freedom & Justice for Syrians
Everyone on this group really needs to watch this. Very eye opening, we need to spread it to anyone we can. Very crucial and has an important message
John Perkins, Part 1 at the VFP National Convention
Egypt takes back to the Tahrir Square (Liberation Square)
Egyptians gather for second ‘day of anger’
Thousands gather in Cairo’s Tahrir Square to protests against the military’s handling of the post-revolution phase.
Truly amazing. This morning 4,000 stood in Tahrir creating check points around the square, turning in anyone with weapons or causing trouble to the army. The people once again stand in Liberation square to have their demands met. Have the tyrant and his regime so the people can go on with their lives.
Anyone who seeks freedom and justice through a peaceful means is Supported by Egypt and the world. Fadi Quran is a Masters student who graduated from Stanford, and is making a real difference for his people. More here:
Fadi Quran on the Growing Palestinian Nonviolent Resistance Movement & the Nakba Day Protests
DemocracyNow.org – Democracy Now! interviews Fadi Quran, a youth leader in Ramallah who helped organize a protest at the Kalandia checkpoint on Sunday. In an…
Tomorrow, hundreds of thousand of Egyptians will take to Tahrir again to ensure that their demands are met. Worries are that it could get ugly. Army says that it will not be in Tahrir to avoid conflict with civilians. Pray in whatever religion that tomorrow goes safely. If you don’t have a religion, then hope. #May27 #Tahrir