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The first steps of Egyptians revolution

News agencies published that dictator Mubarak left Egypt to a unknown place. Germane, Bahrain, New York, Israel, or any other hell that Mubarak had gone is not so important. The most important thing is Egyptians resistance against America that wants to save his slave Mubarak in Egypt. All TV and News Agency report the epic of Egyptian strong aim and their loud NO to America and Israel. A “NO” to any cruelty and bias. Today that the main executive of America had left Middle East, people of this area can decide themselves. Although the weather in some of these country is cold but the heart of people is completely warm. Surely Egyptians will form government. But they should know that any enemy in out can’t damage their revolution. This is the own enemies that will wear a friendly mask and want to weaken the aim of defenders. They should be insightful to be able to see the hidden hands of enemies. The enemies like America and Israel can’t bear Egyptians revolution. Egypt is near to Palestine and the security of Jews in Palestine is in a dangerous mode. So maybe some military attacks threat Egyptians but surly people of Middle East won’t be silent against any foreign movements. Egyptians leaders should use the experience of Islamic Republic of Iran and decide according to Islamic rules. The rules like justice, governmental independent, cultural independent, esteem wanting and etc. Egyptians should believe the promise that Allah give pious Muslims in holy Quran.

Egtptian prayind in Tahrir square

Egtptian praying in Tahrir square

Egyptian praying in Tahrir square

Egyptian praying in Tahrir square befor Mubarak's escape


Narrator of 18 days of Egyptians resistance

  1. February 13, 2011 at 20:02

    let’s just hope that what happened in Iraq *U.S Invasion and intervention*, won’t happen in Egypt,and that they will have true democracy without anyone “stickin’ their noses” in their business!

  1. September 28, 2011 at 00:29

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