The wonderful news started to arrive, look at this:
The Egyptian Government is studying raising the lower limit for wages, raising the lower limit of pensions, increasing the public subsidization
Thurseday, 27th Jan. 2011, El-Shourouq News Paper
Egyptian Minister of Media watching the protests from his office in the Radio & Television Union Building, Nile Corniche, Cairo:
U.S. shifts tone, bluntly urges Mubarak to reform now
http://www.*******.com/article/idUSTRE70P71O20110126(*******) - The United States bluntly urged Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak on Wednesday to make political reforms in the face of protesters demanding his ouster, in a shift in tone toward an important Arab ally.
People in Alexandria (My lovely home city) removing Husni Mubarak and Gamal Mubarak stupid election posters from the tram main station:
apparently the election ballot there had two options:
This is what the protestors are looking forward to see on Friday, One-Million people class of protest, and hopefuly well organized and non-violant like this one:
This vid is taken from in front of one of the most famous mosques in Alexandria, Egypt during the El-Qadr night prayer in Ramadan
I really wish to see the same magnitude and order tomorrow
An election post, with a total of 900 voters lives in its area of its coverage, when the boxes were sent to be count, and then the final result was announced, it was declared that the Mubarak's Party won 14,000 votes in this particular post
Not only Frauders, but also, Stupid
Egyptian president's son 'flees to London with 100 pieces of luggage' on second day of violence
http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/arti...s-luggage.htmlThe son of Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak is said to have fled to London after the country was rocked by two days of riots over poverty.
Gamal Mubarak, 48 and believed to be his father's choice of successor, boarded a private jet from Cairo to London with his wife, daughter and around 100 piece of luggage, according to reports.
Hours after his sudden flight, reported by the U.S. based Arabic website Akhbar al-Arab, Britain's Foreign Secretary William Hague waded into the row attacking the government's heavy-handed tactics in a plea for political reform
Riots have resumed in the city of Suez in Egypt, Al Jazeera reported Thursday. Protesters torched a building and are hurling stones at police forces. According to the report, police are using tear gas to disperse the protest. Meanwhile, protests have resumed in north Sinai and the road leading to Rafah has been blocked. (Roee Nahmias)