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    Post  Carol Wed Feb 02, 2011 12:08 pm

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    IN COME THE CAMELS!
    Egypt protests: Hosni Mubarak's supporters on CAMELS in violent revolution
    http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-1352848/Egypt-protests-Hosni-Mubaraks-supporters-CAMELS-violent-revolution.html
    A scene of violent chaos in Cairo
    Cairo, Egypt (CNN) -- It started with verbal abuse, and then -- perhaps inevitably -- it got physically, terrifyingly violent.


    Supporters of Egypt's President Hosni Mubarak flooded into Cairo's Tahrir Square Wednesday after the president's opponents dominated the scene for more than a week.

    Separated at first by barriers, the rival demonstrators exchanged insults, then began throwing anything they could find at each other, including shoes, rocks and sticks.

    Suddenly the barriers came down. People surged toward each other in a chaotic scene that conjured images of a revolution.
    Digging up bricks to use as weapons
    Protesters hurt in Tahrir Square
    Shots fired, vehicles overturned

    Some injured protesters fell. Others stumbled through the crowd. Blood streamed down the faces of the wounded. A few women away from the front line gave the injured water and swabbed at their wounds.

    Many of the injuries were serious, even though demonstrators wrapped sweatshirts and other clothes around their heads to protect themselves from flying stones.

    Dozens of wounded were carried away, bleeding from gashes. It was impossible to tell from visits to a makeshift clinic which side was faring worse, CNN's Ben Wedeman said. He said simply: "They are all Egyptians."

    A mosque served as a makeshift field hospital, staffed by volunteer doctors, he said.

    The day was spotted with scenes of brutality. At one point, bloodied men from the pro-regime side were dragged toward the center of Tahrir Square by anti-government demonstrators who beat and kicked them along the way. One man ripped out the hair of one of the captives.

    Police were nowhere to be seen.

    read more at http://edition.cnn.com/2011/WORLD/meast/02/02/egypt.protests.scene/index.html


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    Post  Carol Wed Feb 02, 2011 12:10 pm

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    World media reacts to Mubarak's exit plan
    (CNN) -- Egypt's embattled President Hosni Mubarak addressed the nation for a second time Tuesday, declaring his intention not to seek re-election in September amid mass protests calling for his immediate resignation.

    "It is not in my nature to give up responsibility. My first responsibility now is to restore the security and stability of the homeland," Mubarak said.

    However the world's media has reported that his decision is not enough for most demonstrators, who fear that his legacy will continue through his potential successor -- former intelligence chief, Omar Suleiman.

    Mubarak is on his way out, but the regime is still very much in power, says Britain's Guardian newspaper. Egypt's survival plan, it says, centers on Suleiman, also a close confident of Mubarak, who was recently been appointed vice-president.

    "Right now Suleiman is the most powerful man in Egypt, backed by the military (from which he hails), the security apparatus, and a frightened ruling elite hoping to salvage something from the wreckage," the newspaper wrote.

    Meanwhile Robert Fiske, writing in fellow British title, The Independent, voiced the fears of many Egyptians that if Mubarak's chosen successor Suleiman does come to power it could end in a repeat of past mistakes.

    "But everyone in Egypt knows that his administration will be another military junta which Egyptians will again be invited to trust to ensure the free and fair elections which Mubarak never gave them," Fiske wrote.

    Germany's Spiegel Online calls Mubarak's decision an "act of deception" with the majority of demonstrators vowing to continue their protests in Tahrir Square, demanding that the leader step down immediately .

    "Go away, go away," Spiegel quoted one man as saying, while others shouted: "This is not enough."

    An editorial in The New York Times meanwhile, suggested that Mubarak was best advised to step aside sooner.

    "It is up to the Egyptian people to decide. But as a proud nationalist, Mr. Mubarak can best contribute to Egypt's stability and future by stepping aside and letting an interim government take over until truly free elections can be held," the newspaper said.

    France's Le Monde also warns Mubarak's announcement is unlikely to placate the tens of thousands of protesters that have again gathered in Egypt's capital.

    read more at http://edition.cnn.com/2011/WORLD/africa/02/02/egypt.mubarak.media.reaction/index.html


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    Post  Carol Wed Feb 02, 2011 12:13 pm

    The domino effect of Arab unrest
    (CNN) -- Bowing to the massive pressure of demonstrators, Egypt's President Hosni Mubarak said Tuesday he will step down in September after 30 years in power. King Abdullah II dismissed his government in Jordan as calls for reform swept across North Africa and the Middle East. Analysts offer their views on what this wave of unrest means for the region and the world.

    Parag Khanna, author of "How to Run the World: Charting a Course to the Next Renaissance" and a senior fellow at the New America Foundation:

    The Arab upheaval, which has been compared to the 1989 collapse of the Berlin Wall, challenges not only the regimes that are falling, but also more fundamentally the entire Arab order that has held since the decolonization of three generations ago. We are witnessing the triumph of people power over the inertia of political power.

    Overpopulation and corruption are the twin scourges of almost all post-colonial countries across Africa, the Middle East, and South Asia. Tunisia, Egypt, Jordan -- and other Arab societies like Morocco, Libya, Yemen, and Syria -- are all pressed to manage global economic forces and channel them into benefits such as jobs and welfare for their citizens. Even the monarchies like Jordan and Morocco won't be considered legitimate unless they deliver the goods.

    A new governance model will emerge from the wreckage of these regimes. Presidential or executive powers will be curtailed. Strongman states will diminish. Cronyism and clan-based governance will be replaced by more technocratic leadership that will answer to the people as well as to global markets. The old Arabism of anti-colonial rhetoric and failed Sunni unity will be replaced by a new Arabism led by Qatar's Al Jazeera, Lebanese bloggers, and Dubai-best investors.

    It is their entrepreneurship, know-how, and capital which are re-shaping the vast young Arab generation's outlook on the world. This is the kind of fresh, young secular Arabism the West should get behind --liberating them from the squeeze between autocrats and would-be theocrats. A domino effect doesn't have to be a bad thing. Replacing autocracy with democracy and ideology with pragmatism would be a big step forward for much of the Arab world. We should welcome this ushering in of a new era.


    read more at http://edition.cnn.com/2011/OPINION/02/01/roundup.jordan.egypt/index.html



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    Post  Guest Wed Feb 02, 2011 2:00 pm

    I have friend in Egypt who say most people want to go back to normal and that they don't want Mohamed ElBaradei or the Brotherhood as interim president...that appears to be the mayority. There are 80 million in Egypt and they want normal elections and not a facto opposition cue Shocked
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    Post  Guest Wed Feb 02, 2011 2:03 pm

    It could have been a historic occasion. Mohamed ElBaradei, the Nobel laureate who had just been anointed leader of the coalition trying to bring down Egypt’s government, arrived on Sunday night to address thousands of demonstrators at the epicenter of the rebellion, Cairo’s Tahrir Square.

    Surrounded by news cameras, he began speaking. “Change is coming in the next few days. You have taken back your rights and what we have begun cannot go back," he said as crowds chanted "Down with Mubarak." But with no stage to speak from and no public address system, ElBaradei was quickly overwhelmed by the chaos around him. He quickly cut short his remarks and left.

    As mass protests across Egypt enter their second week, ElBaradei has been tapped by Egyptian opposition groups including the banned Muslim Brotherhood to negotiate with President Hosni Mubarak, casting him as much as anyone in the otherwise disorganized opposition as leader. ElBaradei has made clear he welcomes the role and sees bigger things ahead for himself if the Mubarak government is brought down, as protestors are hoping.

    "If [the people] want me to lead the transition, I will not let them down,” ElBaradei said last week after he arrived in Cairo from Europe.

    ElBaradei, 69, is favored by Western media as a voice of moderation, democracy and secularism - a candidate acceptable even to the Muslim Brotherhood, which has been playing an increasingly large role in the protests. But among ordinary Egyptians, few see him as the person destined to lead the country.

    "I don't see ElBaradei as a leader at all. He wasn't there when the protests began, and took no risk," Dalia Ziada, a social activist, blogger and head of the North Africa bureau of the American Islamic Congress based in Cairo, told The Media Line. "He never participated in politics; he was only a United Nations employee."

    The protests in Egypt until now have been mostly a spontaneous affair, sparked the by success of the Tunisian street in forcing President Zine El Abidine Ben Ali into exile earlier this month. The absence of a single leader has done little to deter demonstrators from defying the police and army, with Tahrir Square drawing hundreds of thousands on Tuesday for the declared “million man march.”

    http://www.jpost.com/MiddleEast/Article.aspx?id=206424

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    Post  Mercuriel Wed Feb 02, 2011 3:38 pm

    What We are seeing now are the Provacateurs. They will incite Violence and try to draw the People into a Street War...

    Intimidation pure and simple - To get the People there to choose one of the vying Camps...

    The Jackals are in the midst of the People...

    If anything - They must not choose Violence - Hard I know but this is what We will All face soon...

    Huh ?

    Defend oneself for sure but that is a Slippery Slope. Choices - Choices...

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    Post  mudra Thu Feb 03, 2011 7:30 am

    US student bypasses Egypt's web blackout

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OyFbdZXH5gs&feature=player_embedded


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    Post  Mercuriel Thu Feb 03, 2011 10:42 am

    Have NO Doubt - The Jackals are in the Henhouse...

    The People MUST move away from Mohamed ElBaradei (UN Stooge) and any ALREADY established Character(s). The Representatives of this - The People's Revolution - Should to come from those on the Streets fighting for It - None other...

    No Color for this either except Skin Color if any...

    Kissinger Says Mubarak Exit a "Question of Months"

    “It’s only a question of months at most - that Mubarak will resign,” Kissinger said. He described the president’s removal as “the first scene of the first act” in Egypt’s political transformation.

    “We are going to go through a period of great uncertainty and a lot of maneuvering once the lid is off,” said Kissinger, now chairman of Kissinger Associates Inc.

    Perhaps some have wondered why I and some others have been trying to tell You this is a Play. Its not because that is what We wish it to be.

    This is because Its what They have reduced It too and the Actors are at all Levels. The Crux is that We must remove Ourselves from the Play and become the Audience...

    Click here to Read more.

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    Post  Micjer Thu Feb 03, 2011 10:44 am

    William Henry: Escape from a Revolution

    William and Claire Henry have returned from Egypt with a phenomenal firsthand account of what is happening in that country. You will NOT have heard anything remotely like this anywhere in the media. This is on-the-ground witness testimony from ordinary people who were caught up in a revolution, and endured an increasingly dangerous and difficult effort to escape from what was quickly becoming a very dangerous situation. You will hear many things that you have not heard in the media, including stories of the shocking indifference of US and British airlines to the welfare of their passengers, the indifference of the American embassy to the plight of American citizens. William and Claire's accounts will thrill you and inspire you and lead you back to what really matters in this world: compassion, human decency and courage in the face of adversity.

    A comment from Whitley Strieber: "Many people who were supposed to support William and his tour group failed them. William and Claire Henry did not fail. They worked tirelessly to get their group out, and succeeded despite extraordinary obstacles. Theirs is truly a story of ingenuity, dedication and human courage. They had support from two sources: the staff at the Parker Meredian Hotel in Cairo and the loyal and skilled employees of Abercrombie and Kent Travel, who continued to provide needed services even at risk of their own lives.


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    Post  Mercuriel Thu Feb 03, 2011 11:54 am

    Another thing I am thinking lately and just humor Me here...

    Is this part of the Great Dissappearing ?

    Blink

    The Rumored Exodus of the Elites as the Earth Changes escalate...

    Huh ?

    I mean,

    Leaving Chaos in Their Wake makes sense if They want to ensure that the Harvest in the Astral is a Negative one due to the Confusion as It all goes down - Exclusive of Them though conveniently, as It does...

    Hmmm...


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    Post  malletzky Thu Feb 03, 2011 12:32 pm

    Mercuriel wrote:Another thing I am thinking lately and just humor Me here...

    Is this part of the Great Dissappearing ?

    Blink

    The Rumored Exodus of the Elites as the Earth Changes escalate...

    Huh ?

    I mean,

    Leaving Chaos in Their Wake makes sense if They want to ensure that the Harvest in the Astral is a Negative one due to the Confusion as It all goes down - Exclusive of Them though conveniently, as It does...

    Hmmm...

    ...hmmm...an interesting thought I might say...realy interesting Wink
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    Post  malletzky Thu Feb 03, 2011 12:47 pm

    I just found this on Wayne Herschel's FB "wall":

    MUBARAK - RICHEST MAN IN WORLD AND ELITE HEAD ... IS HERE TO STAY
    HIS NET WORTH OF 70 BILLION SPREAD AROUND THE WORLD QUESTIONED

    This elite profiteering manipulator of his people stashes his wealth all over the world through family members. If correct the money skimmed while in power puts him 20 billion above Bill Gates. People of his c...ountry fell into poverty while he filled his bank vaults... full story...

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hosni_Mubarak

    No wonder Mubarak is not willing to give up the power and the endless possibilities to make more "wealth" for himself and his friends/family Mad

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    Post  mudra Thu Feb 03, 2011 2:12 pm

    3/2/2011
    Muslim brotherhood wants end to Egypt-Israeli
    http://en.rian.ru/world/20110203/162433368.html


    Egypt's banned Muslim Brotherhood movement has unveiled its plans to scrap a peace treaty with Israel if it comes to power, a deputy leader said in an interview with NHK TV.

    Rashad al-Bayoumi said the peace treaty with Israel will be abolished after a provisional government is formed by the movement and other Egypt's opposition parties.

    "After President Mubarak steps down and a provisional government is formed, there is a need to dissolve the peace treaty with Israel," al-Bayoumi said.

    Egypt was the first Arab country to officially recognize Israel and sign a peace agreement with the Israeli government in 1979. It is also a major mediator of the Israeli-Palestinian conflict.

    The Muslim Brotherhood has recently come to light amid mass anti-government protests in Egypt. Some media voiced concerns that the banned Islamic movement could eventually take power in the riot-hit Arab country.

    The deeply conservative Islamic movement, which wants to move Egypt from secularism and return to the rules of the Quran, failed to win a single seat in the 2010 Egyptian parliamentary election.

    The Muslim Brotherhood joined the anti-government protests in Egypt last week. The unrest, seen by many analysts as a major threat to repressive governments in the region, has already claimed the lives of at least 300 people and injured several thousand.

    TOKYO, February 3 (RIA Novosti)

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    Post  Carol Fri Feb 04, 2011 1:38 am

    70 Billion? Good gad! No head of state should be allowed to have that much wealth and stay in power of a nation. That's insane. How much money does he need? 70 billion could have been used to build up his nation and helped HIS people. You know what is going to happen next... he will be eliminated one way or another. No one stands up in a poor nation identifying himself as having 70 billion while his people are hungry and not become a target of an angry mob. Mubarak is history. It's just a matter of time.


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    Post  malletzky Fri Feb 04, 2011 3:14 am

    Carol wrote:70 Billion? Good gad! No head of state should be allowed to have that much wealth and stay in power of a nation. That's insane. How much money does he need? 70 billion could have been used to build up his nation and helped HIS people. You know what is going to happen next... he will be eliminated one way or another. No one stands up in a poor nation identifying himself as having 70 billion while his people are hungry and not become a target of an angry mob. Mubarak is history. It's just a matter of time.

    Despite the fact that he's already over 80 years old, he shold be lucky to survive this situation...and not get linched (wich would be very possible if the masses get him somehow).

    Nevertheless, it's realy insane...
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    Post  eMonkey Fri Feb 04, 2011 7:55 am

    Mubarak resigns !! ???

    Unconfirmed report of Mubarak resigning. http://beforeitsnews.com/story/394/913/Mubarak_just_resigned_on_Network_News.html
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    Post  tacodog Sun Feb 06, 2011 8:47 am

    http://littlesocknews.4rumer.com/t7p75-egypt-rolling-updates-sunday-06-feb
    Go here if you would like to keep up with what is happening in Egypt....great news site.
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    Post  devakas Sun Feb 06, 2011 10:52 pm

    Is it true scenario behind the 'Egypt revolution' in the document?
    It it reveals that the Egyptian Interior Ministry has implemented a plan to create chaos and looting, violence and terror in response to the angry demonstrations since last Friday, and the days after, which seek the end of the Mubarak regime, (and now also seek the execution of Mubarak after he refused to leave his position in peace and his regime perpetrated bloody crimes and massacres against the opposition demos). The document shows part of a plan which targets the nation, attempts to instill fear in the demonstrators and force them to end their demos.

    The document reveals that among the activities of the plan is the intensive spreading of rumors through the Egyptian media (official TV, radio, news), like the use of screaming and wailing of female elements of the security forces, showing them asking for help because of looting and the decline of security.


    ''''''''''
    Text of the document:

    Ministry of the Interior:

    Minister’s Office

    Circular No. 60 / B / M

    Secret and very important (written by hand)

    Topic: Plan to address the mass demonstrations

    Strategies

    1 – Allowing the demonstrations to pass in the streets of cities and villages of the country since today, without objection, and to exercise extreme caution while shooting the live, rubber bullets and the tear gas. This must be done according to the competent jurisdiction mentioned in the table sent to you.

    2- To employ a number of (thugs, criminals, bullies) and to pay them well after meeting them at their homes in private and at gathering places by authorized elements, without official mission status and to explain to them the deployment plans according to the attached table of the sites entitled to -1- and tell them about the times of their movement and the plan to create scalable chaos mentioned in the statement.

    3 – Controlling individuals, parties, organizations through coordination with printing and publishing houses and communication facilities; keeping a complete record of incoming and outgoing messages and calls and analyzing its content by writing reports about the each case since the information is received.

    4 – We will cut the communications (Mobile – Internet) services from 6 AM on Friday, 28 1 2011; we will keep the landlines in service. All our officers and elements must be ready to use wireless communications devices, and to be sure that they are able to use encryption devices.

    5 – The plan of the deployment of police, detectives and secret service personnel will be in civilian clothes, according to the annex entitled B-2.

    6 – The demonstrations of Friday 28 01 2011 must be held in public squares and other central locations. The events must be stopped from access to the areas on alert, according to the attached map entitled 3.

    7 – To make sure to arm the elements in civilian clothes with wooden sticks, small iron pieces for use during arrests of the main elements and the leaders of the demonstrations, without showing any violence.

    8 – Firing rubber bullets and tear gas but without using live bullets, which are only allowed by alarm and only if absolutely necessary.

    9 – Show partial disability from 4 PM on Friday, which shows that the police force is unable to guarantee security, and show the superiority of the demonstrators, while allowing the infiltration of elements of item 2 (thugs and criminals) to cause limited chaos during the demonstrations and according to the plan agreed with them before that.

    10 – A full withdrawal of police, the central security forces, the traffic police and reassigning them to guard and protect government sites and institutions … wearing civilian clothes; and to be present on side roads and “around trees” and to engagement between the lines of the organizers of the demonstrations and in the parking lots without interfering in any negative phenomena and without revealing their identities or interfering in the street movements until they receive orders to do so …

    11 – Emptying the police stations of weapons, ammunition and prisoners and transferring all to the central prison and place them under heavy guard; sending specials forces, private security elements, collaborators and secret service elements to jail instead of them. (Comment: so that they will be freed instead of the original prisoners).

    12 – Broadcasting rumors through all media about acts of looting and theft; this will be accomplished by placing by our female elements at different locations, near the foreign media, who will cry and tell about strong panic. The rumors spread will be according to the plan of spreading rumors attached to you.

    13 – Broadcast direct messages through individuals or indirect messages distributed through leaflets to the foreign media located near the events about of acts of looting and breaking into banks, shops and police stations to coincide with the deployment of the bully plan mentioned in item 2, in order to spread the impression a state of general panic and terror in the streets and to show that there is civil and popular demand for the presence of police, military, public security organs in these locations.

    14 – Issuing direct and indirect hints through national and foreign media about the formation of committees to protect the popular neighborhoods in order to cause members of the demonstrations to go away or to their sites without the need of imposition of any force by the army on them.

    15 – Spreading false rumors and false information through all means, through foreign media stations only, and then correcting that information through local media stations, in order to gain the confidence of the public and divert the attention from these stations and so discredit them in all incoming calls to the local media stations.

    16 – Broadcasting strong rumors through the national and foreign media about the existence of chaos and the escape of prisoners and stating a fake big number of the prisoners who escaped, specially of dangerous prisoners, and claiming that those dangerous prisoners have been seen within residential areas.

    17 – Calling upon all people across the media to format popular committees to watch day and night to protect the living. The calls must be send through the voices of women, members of the security as was agreed in the meeting with you earlier.

    18 – Following the situation on the ground by the security forces who will find out the approximate number of opposition elements and demonstrators, according to item 2.

    19 – Extensive contacts and personal calls to all media which show that the presence of people’s committees for the protection of neighborhoods, residential and commercial areas make things better.

    20 – Start gradually showing solidarity with the regime and the leadership by raising signs of support for them at the right time, according to the plan.

    ...............


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    Post  wingmanof light Sun Feb 06, 2011 11:08 pm

    Dang!!
    I think though if the hand of the creator wants change money and power wont mater one bit. Far as I see it. He has lots to fear at this point if he is corrupt. Just my opinion only.

    I will pray for the people that they get help.
    I would hope with 2012 coming that some help will come more often then the past sooner.
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    Post  mudra Thu Feb 10, 2011 7:58 am

    Ed Schultz Ratigan Did U.S. markets have a hand in Egypt's unrest-

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nCays_XFP9k


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    Post  enemyofNWO Thu Feb 10, 2011 10:13 am

    'Mubarak will step down tonight'

    "Egypt's Prime Minister Ahmed Shafiq has reportedly confirmed the possibility that President Hosni Mubarak may step down and leave the country amid continued protests.


    Shafiq has said that Mubarak may hand down power to the army tonight and leave the country, the Muslim Brotherhood said on its official website on Thursday. There are reports that the Egyptian army has taken over presidential powers.

    A CIA chief also said there was a "strong likelihood" that Mubarak will step down tonight. An Egyptian cabinet spokesman also said Mubarak will "most probably" step down. "

    http://www.presstv.ir/detail/164578.html

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    Post  mudra Thu Feb 10, 2011 6:51 pm

    Against Expectations, Hosni Mubarak Does Not Step Down
    February 10th

    http://www.redstate.com/tex_whitley/2011/02/10/against-expectations-hosni-mubarak-does-not-step-down/

    Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak has decided not to step aside and will in fact stay in power until the elections in September. Early reports today indicated that he would resign the presidency, and hand over power to his Vice President, Omar Suleiman.

    When the estimated three million energetic Egyptians who had gathered in Cairo’s Tahrir Square in anticipation of Mubarak’s ouster learned of his decision, anger erupted across the crowd and tensions immediately rose. The demonstrators had been chanting “down, down Hosni Mubarak” as they carried anti-Mubarak signs and watched the speech on a large sheet acting as a projection television.

    President Mubarak reiterated his promise not to run for re-election in this September, promising an orderly and peaceful transition, and a thorough review of Egypt’s constitution. He began the address saying that he was speaking as a “father to his sons and daughters” and promised that the “blood of the martyrs would not go to waste.”

    Mubarak did announce that he had delegated some powers to Vice President Omar Suleiman, but did not detail what those powers would be.

    A military spokesman had told news sources prior to the speech that all of the crowds demands would be met. With that expectation in mind, Mubarak’s decision to stay not only surprised many of the Egyptian people, but may also serve to further foment the uprising, perhaps spreading it’s impact to other countries in the region.

    After Mubarak’s speech concluded demonstrators began chanting “get out, get out” and took to the cameras of international news crews to express their anger. One Egyptian who spoke to CNN, said that by choosing not to resign, Mubarak was “calling for more rage” in their country.


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    Post  Micjer Thu Feb 10, 2011 7:12 pm

    To me this is not surprising. I think that he is afraid of what people will find in his 30 years of corruption. He probably fears for his life and does not want to give up the wealth and live in exile.

    The people there have got a taste of what they want and will not back down. Other world leaders in similar positions will be watching intently, as other suppressed populations may follow the lead.

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