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The world has heard Egypt’s call for help, and now we are responding. We need our nations to respond equally. Today, it doesn’t matter what race, ethnicity, gender, or religion you are. Today we are all Egyptian, today we are all human beings. The Egyptian people have fought for their freedom but their government won’t set them free. This video is a testament that we are all people fighting for a free Egypt and a free world. Today we make our voice heard. Individually we’re a whisper, Together we’re deafening. We call for peace and ask our leaders to do the same.

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From the transformation of powerhouse countries like Turkey and God willing Egypt, to the personal transformation of individuals in their day to day life, a global Islamic resurgence is well and truly under way that is now unstoppable.

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Network’s licences cancelled and accreditation of staff in Cairo withdrawn by order of information minister. Al Jazeera denounced the closure of its bureau, saying the move was designed to stifle free reporting.

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It is in the interest of autocratic Arab nations to note the mood in Egypt and effect change immediately. His crude, Gaullist message: without me, chaos. Now the chaos has come anyway. And Mubarak must go.

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A Mosque in Cairo has become a makeshift sickroom for the wounded and the dying, tended by crowds of volunteers. The scene is desperately chaotic. Some young men have linked together to man a wooden barricade, ensuring only the medics and those in need of their help make it over the threshold.

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News footage of Egyptian protesters being attacked with a water cannon while praying during demonstrations.

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An Aljazeera news special looking at Egypt under Hosni Mubarak. This programme was made prior to the current events in Egypt.

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Egypt ordered a curfew and sent the army into Cairo and other cities Friday night, but the orders failed to curb protests by tens of thousands of people demanding the end of Hosni Mubarak’s rule. Large fires are visible at several spots in the city, including in some government buildings and the headquarters of Egypt’s ruling National Democratic Party.

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“Those who make peaceful revolution impossible, will make violent revolution inevitable” – JFK

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The violent epicenter of protests in Egypt is an industrial city few outsiders know much about: the seaport town of Suez, which sits astride the Suez Canal as it opens southward into the Red Sea. Suez has seen its share of blood over the years. In 1967, the coastal town was nearly wiped out during the [...]

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