Citizens of Egypt Revolt against Egypt Government and President Mubarak – Mubarak family, son flee to UK
Citizens of Egypt Revolt against Egypt Government and
President Mubarak – Mubarak family, son flee to UK
Twitter has been banned in Egypt as protestors take to the streets in drove to protest President Hosni Mubarak.
Protestors of Egypt are following the way how the citizens of Tunisia achieved the success and Tunisia government corrupt chief ran away.
Inspired by the recent Tunisian demonstrations against corruption, protesters are filling the streets of Cairo. And like the protests in Tunisia, the Egyptian ones were partly organized on Facebook and Twitter. And now Twitter appears to be blocked in Egypt
But still citizens of Egypt are using twitter or Facebook to protest and end the 30 years ruling of President Mubarak.
Estimates suggested that at least several thousand protesters squared off against as many as 20,000 security forces. Cairo became a fluid maze of protesters rushing through traffic as helmeted police -- their boots slapping the pavement -- hurried to corral them on boulevards lined with amazed bystanders.
"Don't just sit there, get up, get up and join us," Sharif Hussein Mekawi shouted at shopkeepers, mechanics and laborers who refused to join the march. "We are different than Tunisia. The Tunisians had only no freedom. We have no freedom, but we have poverty and no food and no jobs. We are a body with many more diseases."
Two Egyptians died in protests in the Egyptian city of Suez, one of several places countrywide where demonstrators called for an end to President Hosni Mubarak's rule, medical and security sources said on Tuesday.
State television also said a security officer died in central Cairo in a square where thou Two Egyptians died in protests in the Egyptian city of Suez, one of several places countrywide where demonstrators called for an end to President Hosni Mubarak's rule, medical and security sources said on Tuesday.
State television also said a security officer died in central Cairo in a square where thousands of protesters had gathered and clashed with police.
Thousands of protesters had gathered and clashed with police.
Tuesday's demonstration, the largest Egypt has seen for years, began peacefully, with police showing unusual restraint in what appeared to be a calculated strategy by the government to avoid further sullying the image of a security apparatus widely seen as little more than corrupt thugs in uniforms.
The revolution and protest may not succeed today, but people will realize the power of Twitter and Face book and the power of unity when Innocent citizens join hands and come on Road.
Today our Indian Situation is also not good corruption is increasing day by day, I hope government will stop the corruption before the people come on road to protest against corruption.
With discontent growing over economic woes, and the toppling of Tunisia's president still resonating in the region
Watch the video Mubarak poster is torn down 25th january 2011 egypt
Updated on Saturday, January 29, 2011 –
The Internet is off in Egypt.
Egypt's Internet service has been disrupted by the order of President Hosni Mubarak
During the first day of the country's protests for political reform, Twitter was blocked, and later Facebook.
Then blackberry Web access was shut down.
Mubarak has also imposed a curfew in the country and sent police and the military into the streets to prevent tens of thousands of Egyptians from continuing their protests.
People are fighting with stones with police and military.
Mohamed ElBaradei, former IAEA chief and Nobel Prize laureate, is now under house arrest in Egypt, according to the AP
ElBaradei just returned to the country yesterday. He has expressed his support for the protest movement, and willingness to lead an interim government if President Hosni Mubarak is removed.
He set up the National Association for Change in 2010 to campaign for democracy and against corruption. That is certainly a unique concept in these corruptive so called Democracies.
The 68-year-old former head of the United Nations nuclear agency and possible presidential candidate, who has urged President Hosni Mubarak to leave office
Updated on Tuesday, February 01, 2011 – Egypt Revolution
Now everyone knows that in Egypt, Last internet service provider has gone down, so its complete shutdown of Internet services for citizens of Egypt.
But currently they are using Dial up internet services.
Good thing is that Google has started a new service for the Egypt, a special service using which citizens of Egypt can send twitter messages by dialing a phone number followed by leaving a voicemail, since Internet access remains non-existent in the midst of anti-government protests.
This service was co-developed by Google as well as Twitter’s engineers, where all voicemail will be automatically translated into an audio file message which is then sent on Twitter via the identifying tag #egypt.
This workaround means there is no need for an Internet connection any more, and there are three phone numbers for folks to call and use the service.
How this new service works ?
It's called Speak2Tweet and it's collaboration between Twitter and Google.
Anyone can tweet by simply leaving a voicemail on one of these international phone numbers
And the service will instantly tweet the message using the hashtag #egypt.
No Internet connection is required. People can listen to the messages by dialing the same phone numbers or going to twitter.com/speak2tweet."
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Wednesday, January 26, 2011
Reference: – Time Line and Biography of Egypt's President Hosni Mubarak –
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