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Military Violence against civilians in Egypt: 12/17/2011 – Link to live video

Sad news: The military in Egypt has attacked protesters. Nine people are dead. Live Streaming on a global occupy live stream site: http://www.livestream.com/globalrevolutio You can help. Watch the live video. Be a witness. Comment and follow action alert directions. Link to a story at Vancouver Sun: here. Protesters are returning to Tahrir Square. Like this:Like […]

A step in the direction of lifting the blockade of Gaza – Egypt opens borders again

(excerpt from) The Guardian UK Egypt to open Gaza border crossing …Hundreds of Palestinians are expected to head to the border crossing between Gaza and Egypt on Saturday to take advantage of the first free passage out of the blockaded territory in almost four years. Like this:Like Loading…

Martin Luther King, Egypt, and the Fellowship of Reconciliation

________________________________________ MLK Day 2012: Worldwide MLK Candlelight Vigil for Unity on Sunday, January 15th at 7pm each time zone. More info: here. __________________________ The untold story of how an FOR comic book helped inspire Egyptian revolutionaries. In the midst of this week’s remarkable and inspirational revolution in Egypt have been the voices of a community of […]

From Tahrir to Wisconsin (via Politirature)

Dear activists, protesters & workers from Wisconsin, Ohio and other states, I was truly touched by your hundreds of thoughts and comments on my photos  from Tahrir holding that sign. I thank each and everyone of you, even those who  thought the photos were shopped, but I have few things to say. I’m an Egyptian ordinary […]

Mubarak Ousted! Two Down, Twenty To Go . . . (via The War Resisters League Blog)

“The people have brought down the regime!” was a cry heard around the world when on Friday, February 11th, 18 days of unrelenting non-violent protest finally forced the end of Hosni Mubarak’s 30 year, US backed rule over Egypt. Ecstatic jubilation filled Cairo’s Midan al-Tahrir (Liberation Square), which had become one of the central sites […]

Green Party celebrates Egyptian democratic victory, Asserts new government must be Egyptian, not US

US Green Party celebrates Egypt’s giant step towards democracy, asserts that the Egyptian people must build a new government according to their own interests, not US strategic demands The Green Party of the United States congratulated the Egyptian people and called President Hosni Mubarak’s resignation a huge step towards democracy, human rights, and stability for […]

Mubarak resigned. Amnesty describes “Obama and Egypt: The Window for Action Remains Open”

Full post, including a list of five demands that the Obama administration (and everyone) should make on the people controlling Egypt at the link: here. Obama and Egypt: The Window for Action Remains Open Hosni Mubarak’s stubborn pride and imperious manner made change in Egypt personal, but he was right in his speech Thursday when […]

Egypt update…

For updates (and clarity), including live-streaming from Al-Jazeera English, go to Common Dreams: here Al Jazeera says: “Hosni Mubarak resigns as the head of the ruling party [NDP]  in Egypt.” This is the current news (11:11am EST/NY Time)  I don’t think that it means that he has resigned as President.  Al-Jazeera says it is “another […]

Amnesty activists and others freed!: Amnesty demands investigation into detention

(excerpt from) Amnesty International website Egypt must investigate activists’ detention Activists are at risk during the increasing clampdown on freedom of expression 5 February 2011 Amnesty International has called for an investigation into the detention of some 35 human rights activists and journalists, including two Amnesty International staff members, who were freed after spending almost […]

Fri. 2/4/2011: Crowds and good spirits in Tahrir Square (and Live Feed)

Live Feeds from Egypt: **HERE** KW writes: Not sure how many updates I can give today. So, above is the link again to Common Dreams where they have live feed, including Al-Jazeera. Some good news of today: Hundreds of thousands of anti-government demonstrators in Tahrir Square. Al-Jazeera also reports that there are many famous Egpytian […]

Worldwide Tahrir: Sit-ins at Egyptian embassies around the world…

On, Friday, protesters in Egypt will have a “Day of Departure”, by gathering in Tahrir Square, Cairo, demanding the resignation of President Mubarak. Al-Jazeera English reported on a movement for people around the world to hold solidarity sit-ins at Egyptian embassies in their own cities. Here is some info. If you can give details about […]

Urgent: An Amnesty International staff member and others were detained by police in Egypt this morning

Important Update 2/5/2011: Amnesty staffers and other human rights activists freed. Amnesty demands investigation as to why detained. Story at Amnesty International: here. KW writes: Oh, my goodness. This should really hit home for a lot of activists who know, and benefit from, the good work of Amnesty International. Thinking about the Egyptian government’s move, […]

Live from Egypt: Link and updates

Live-Feed, etc. at Common Dreams: here. Above link: In order to follow the situation in Egypt, Common Dreams news site has a page with a live-stream from Al-Jazeera English, live-stream of Democracy Now! on-the-ground coverage, and a Twitter feed. (The Twitter feed is helpful when Twitter is over capacity.) Twitter reports are saying that 3 […]

Real news and live feed from Egypt

*A Long Island activist, Zabby, suggests calling US Secretary of State Hillary Clinton to ask that the US withhold the 1.5 billion to 2 billion dollars in aid that we give Egypt. We are giving Egypt military aid and weapons, and they are using it to oppress people. That is wrong. You can call the […]

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