This video is called Murals for Martyrs – Street Art of the Egyptian Revolution.
From Amnesty International:
2 August 2011
Eight months after popular uprisings ousted the long-ruling presidents of Tunisia and Egypt, both former leaders are being held to account in criminal trials. Egypt‘s former President, Hosni Mubarak, is due to appear in court on 3 August in Cairo to answer charges ranging from murder, arising from police shootings of anti-government demonstrators, to corruption and profiteering. Meanwhile, a court in Tunis has tried and convicted former Tunisian President Zine El Abidine Ben Ali of corruption and other offences – he was prosecuted in absentia after fleeing to Saudi Arabia.
Egypt’s Mubaraks trial adjourns to August 15 as nation watches: here.
In Egypt, the trial of former President Hosni Mubarak has been adjourned until August 15. On Wednesday, Mubarak appeared in court for the first time, along with his two sons, Gamal and Alaa. He was brought into the Cairo courtroom on a hospital stretcher. Mubarak denied all the charges against him, which include profiteering, illegal business-dealing involving Israeli gas exports and the unlawful killing of protesters during the revolution. Democracy Now! correspondent Sharif Abdel Kouddous was outside the courtroom where crowds had gathered to watch, many expressing relief that justice could be served for the victims of the revolution: here.
So the Egyptians may get some justice. In contrast to Americans, who will never see George W. Bush tried for torture and other violations of US and international law: here.
About this video, daily The Guardian in England says:
As Egypt’s former president, Hosni Mubarak, goes on trial accused of unlawfully killing pro-democracy protesters, Dr Muhammad Sharaf offers medical treatment and support to people injured in the struggle for democracy earlier this year. The state is currently ill-equipped to offer injured campaigners the help they need.
Dr Sharaf is the founder of Heroes of 25 January Revolution, a charity dedicated to supporting injured survivors of the Egyptian revolution.
Witness to the Egypt Revolution, in pictures: here.
Egypt: State controlled trade union dissolved: here.
Egypt: The city, the workers and the labour strikes that first took on Mubarak: here.
An Egyptian citizen who was deported from Sweden to Egypt by the CIA in 2001 and tortured there has been released from prison, Egyptian security officials reported today: here.
Bahrain: Imprisoned activists on hunger strike: here.
Jordan’s Assault on Free Speech: here.
After The Revolution, Arab Women Seek More Rights: here.