Friday, February 18, 2011

Egyptian Revolution 2011- The Most Dramatic Footage From the 18-day Revo...





I dare you to watch this and not cry or be horrified...and then...awestruck by the tenacity and determination of the Egyptian people.

I have had few heroes in my world...now I have a nation of them. Mabruk Egypt!!

6 comments:

Anonymous said...

Yes, this video is a tear jerker, both happy and sad. I enjoyed the view at the end with the smiles on the Eygptian faces, the look of deep relief, an end of oppression and window of freedom, liberty and hope for the future.

Anonymous said...

I want to celebrate this revolution and indeed I do support a free Egypt and I rejoice for the good people of Egypt but the brutal attack on CBS news Lara Logan by the celebrants has left me reminded of the underlying misoginistic tyranny in Egyptian society that is not likely to disapear just because they have changed leaders.

Anonymous said...

Why? so called democratic countries and police (thieves) USA and Israel supported a dictator for more than 30 years? And still love him only because they want to justify and legitimize robed Palestine land and to get gas and oil cheaper from Egypt comparing to the real owner that is Egyptian people itself?.
Even knowing America and Israel are the real terrorist state, why still the world believe they are police instead of thieves? They also oppress the people of the robed land and justify their oppression by saying they are fighting terrorism?
If recently started Al jazeera TV and press TV channels of Muslim owners are not operative and not transmitted the real picture, you would never known the reality on the ground because of biased, untruth and Israeli middle east expert(fake) reports of western TV channels..

Alima said...

Wow I actually did cry..I thought I would not..
My favourite part was 'Hosni has gone mad'..
P.S. For the first time ever I got a proper word (grain) for word verification. This is so very proper.

Lynn said...

'...but the brutal attack on CBS news Lara Logan by the celebrants has left me reminded of the underlying misoginistic tyranny in Egyptian society that is not likely to disapear just because they have changed leaders.'

I agree with you completely anonymous.

Harry Guggen said...

Revolution is the disassociation of two for the benefit of one!