This 2018 video is called Here’s How the Arab Spring Started and How It Affected the World.
Where next for Egypt? A roundup: here.
Hannah Allam, McClatchy Newspapers: “‘To the palace!’ chanted the thousands of protesters who’d already besieged state television offices in Cairo and were beginning a perilous march on the presidential residence in the final hours of Hosni Mubarak’s regime. Mohammed Abdellah, 64, one of the last living founders of the former president’s National Democratic Party, found himself just yards away from the seething crowds as he returned from an appointment downtown. He rushed home and swallowed a Xanax, terrified at the possibility that Mubarak could order his elite guard force to open fire on the protesters. ‘When they moved to the presidential palace, he had two options: leave, or let the Republican Guards clash and have a real massacre. I don’t think he wanted to go down in history as a president with so much blood on his hands,’ Abdellah said late Saturday in a three-hour interview that offered one of the first inside looks on the collapse of the regime”: here.
The Egyptian Revolution: First Impressions From the Field: here.
A Tunisian-Egyptian Link That Shook Arab History: here.
This video from the USA is called Longshore workers tell why they protested the Iraq war.
Algeria’s Democratic Parties Come Forward: here.