Monday, January 31, 2011

Massive Protests Continue in Egypt

In what's being called one of the most profound happenings in recent Middle East History (non-war), social revolution has taken over the country of Egypt. For more than 7 days protesters have marched and demanded that President Hosni Mubarak must step down.

In an unprecedented grassroots movement, Egyptians have exclaimed that they've had enough of what's described as an oppressive regime by citizens on the ground. Based on this criticism, the President has cut off Internet and Cell phone use across the country. It is his way of trying to silence opposition members and attempt to break up the social revolution sweeping across Egypt.

There's a lot of news out there right now and everyone across the world that believes in people owning their own destiny should pay attention to what's happening in Egypt.

Check into these sources for up-to-date information of what's happening:

Viva la revolucion!

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