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Video: Egyptian Revolution Jan 25th 2011 – Take what’s Yours

27 January 2011 IslamophobiaToday 2 Comments Email This Post Email This Post

I wish I would have found this video sooner. It is hard to televise the revolution,  echoing Gil Scott-Heron, but nevertheless this video is awe-inspiring and at the same time heartbreaking. Egypt is not getting enough coverage in the news media, but that does not mean things aren’t changing.

About the video

Created by tshaaban88. Another Egyptian who’s had enough.

Facebook Link: http://www.facebook.com/video/video.p…

Good work everyone! The video has made it in the press and new channels!

Aljazeera showed a segment from this video and noted that it was blocked in several middle eastern countries.

It can also be found on this site!

AOL Video

Violent clashes between police and demonstrators as over ten thousand gather on the streets of Cairo. The Egyptian population has endured a tyrants rule for far too long, millions struggle each day to find where their next meal is coming from. January 25th, 2011 marks the day when the people rise and take back what’s rightfully there’s. This isn’t the end, but hopefully the beginning to a long awaited regime change! Send to everyone and let them know.

Song: “Into the Fire” – Thirteen Senses

Thanks to the following news sources for their footage
Daily News Egypt
New York Times
Al Masry Al Youm

The video was posted on reddit and has gained momentum! Continue spreading the word! The more support we get the better!

CNN Description of the Situation

Al Jazeera Description of the situation


  1. viva the bolivarian revolution
    viva venezuela
    viva chavez
    viva freedom, justice and dignity
    power to the people

  2. somebody know information about Egypt meeting in that moment? and who have photo from Egypt? plz give me a link to see this photo!!
    sorry if i post this message wrong topic.

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