Egyptian, Tunisian freedom fights continue


This video from Egypt is called Women and children cannot leave Tahrir square.

Egypt: Goons loyal to unpopular Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak attacked citizens in Liberation Square today hours after he rejected demands that he step down immediately in a televised address: here.

The violence that broke out in Egyptian cities today did not arise by chance. It was a deliberate tactic unleashed by a dying dictatorial regime: here.

Pakistan: Scores of left-wing activists picketed the US consulate in Lahore today in solidarity with the popular uprising in Egypt: here.

At least 219 people were killed and 510 injured in the uprising that led to the fall of Tunisia’s dictatorial regime, a United Nations mission announced on Tuesday: here.

Britain: Anti-arms campaigners demanded today to know whether British and EU-supplied weaponry has been used in the brutal repression of pro-democracy demonstrations in north Africa and the Middle East: here.

1 thought on “Egyptian, Tunisian freedom fights continue

  1. Pingback: Egyptian anti-dictatorship movement continues | Dear Kitty. Some blog

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