Egyptian revolution continues


This video is called Egyptian Revolution: 25 January.

Egypt: Popular committees are on streets of Cairo, guiding traffic, cleaning wreckage of security vehicles set ablaze: here.

Egypt’s Uprising in Pictures: here.

Dutch eyewitness report from Cairo: here.

Solidarity with Egyptian people, from Iraq: here.

The Egyptian Army and the Uprising: here.

Mubarak appoints his intelligence chief vice president Egypt: here.

On Egypt’s revolution: How small bloggers can make themselves useful when big stories break: here.

Egypt coverage of Dutch daily NRC: here.

Mubarak names his deputy and new PM: Protests continue as Egyptian president appoints former spy chief as his vice president: here.

At least 31 killed in protests in Alexandria, Egypt, hospital authorities tell CNN: here.

How To Get Online After The Government Shuts Down The Internet: here.

Remarkable story of two Israeli human rights activists who joined the protests in Egypt earlier this week: here.

Jeff Cohen, Truthout: “For decades beginning during the Cold War, US policy in the Islamic world has been aimed at suppressing secular reformist and leftist movements. Beginning with the CIA-engineered coup against a secular democratic reform government in Iran in 1953 (it was about oil), Washington has propped up dictators, coaching these regimes in the black arts of torture and mayhem against secular liberals and the left…. One of the mantras on US television news all day Friday was: Be fearful of the democratic uprisings against US allies in Egypt (and Tunisia and elsewhere). After all, we were told by Fox News and CNN and Chris Matthews on MSNBC, it could end up as bad as when ‘our ally’ in Iran was overthrown and the extremists came to power in 1979”: here.

Egyptian Police Using US-Made Tear Gas Against Demonstrators: here.

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