Egyptian freedom fighters continue


This video is called Egyptians protesting Tahrir Square Cairo 25/1/2011.

Protests involving hundreds of thousands continued in Cairo, Alexandria, Port Said, Suez and other cities throughout Egypt on Sunday, as deaths from the police crackdown soared to at least 150: here.

Tens of thousands of defiant Egyptian workers and youth yesterday remained in control of the centre of Cairo, during a sixth day of protests demanding the end of President Hosni Mubarak and his brutal regime: here.

Egypt: Continuing Live Coverage from Al Jazeera English on EA site: here.

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Million-Person March Planned as Elbaradei made Opposition Leader: Protesters in downtown Cairo on Monday: here.

An album of images for Egyptian women: here.

USA: As the Obama administration confronts a growing revolutionary movement in Egypt, its tactics will flow from two overriding and inseparable strategic aims: defending the Egyptian capitalist state and maintaining the country as the linchpin of American imperialist operations in the Mediterranean, North Africa and throughout the Middle East: here.

The new vice president of Egypt, Omar Suleiman, has long-standing ties with the United States and has collaborated closely in efforts to suppress oppositional struggles throughout the Middle East: here.

The Spirit of Cairo: Obama Has Failed to Fulfill His Mideast Promise: here.

Rallies were held over the weekend in cities throughout the world in support of the mass demonstrations in Egypt against the US-backed dictator, Hosni Mubarak: here.

Egyptian democrats fight on


Al Jazeera has posted this video of military jets flying over Cairo.

Egypt: Copter continues to buzz crowd in Tahrir Sq in Cairo; Protesters: “People Want End of Regime”: here.

Activist Communiqué: Egypt – how to foil a nationwide Internet shut down: here.