Monthly Archives: January 2011

What is happening in Egypt, by AbdulRahman El-Taliawi (Turkish)

Dört gün önce Hüsnü Mübarek’in yönettiği 30 yıllık vahşi ve yozlaşmış diktatörlüğe karşı gelen milyonlar, ülkelerini değiştirmek için barışçıl protestolara başladılar. Buna cevaben rejim, ülkenin tüm internet ve mobil iletişimini kesti, gazetecilere yönelik geniş tutuklamalar yaptı. Bunlarla beraber, göstericilerin seslerini … Continue reading

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What is happening in Egypt, by AbdulRahman El-Taliawi (Bulgarian)

Писмо- апел от египетски приятели! „Преди три дни, след 30 годишен режим на  жестока и корумпирана диктатура, управляван от Мубарак, египетският народ възстана да освободи страната си с милиони мирни демонстранти призоваващи за промяна. В отговор, управляващият режим прекъсна всякакви … Continue reading

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What is happening in Egypt, by AbdulRahman El-Taliawi (Spanish)

Hace tres días, después de 30 años de una dictadura brutal y corrupto regido por Mubarak, el pueblo egipcio se han levantado para liberar a su país con millones de manifestantes pacíficos que pedían un cambio. En respuesta, el régimen … Continue reading

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What is happening in Egypt, by AbdulRahman El-Taliawi (Italian)

Tre giorni fa, dopo 30 anni di una dittatura brutale e corrotto governato da Mubarak, gli egiziani sono saliti a liberare il loro paese con milioni di manifestanti pacifici che chiedono il cambiamento. In risposta, il regime di tagliare tutte … Continue reading

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What is happening in Egypt, by AbdulRahman El-Taliawi (French)

Après 30 ans de dictature brutale et corrompue dirigée Par Hosny Mubarak, des millions de manifestants pacifistes se sont soulevés, il y’a trois jours, réclamant le changement. Le régime Egyptian a, en réponse, coupé toutes les communications téléphoniques (portable & fixe) et … Continue reading

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What is happening in Egypt, by AbdulRahman El-Taliawi

Three days ago, after 30 years of a brutal and corrupt dictatorship ruled by Mubarak, the Egyptian people have risen to free their country with millions of peaceful protesters calling for change. In response, the regime cut all internet and … Continue reading

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Why Egypt’s popular rebellion is the greatest historical event in a decade, and how Barack Obama missed the boat, by Kragen Javier Sitaker

I’m writing this on January 28th, 2011, at 11:53 AM Cairo time, although I’m an ocean away from Cairo. But, as someone wrote the other day on Twitter, yesterday, we were all Tunisian; today, we are all Egyptian, and tomorrow, we … Continue reading

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