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Egypt, Internet cut off. A massacre will follow. Please help.

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Submitted by msameer on Thu, 27/01/2011 - 11:49pm

Egypt has been fighting for freedom already for 3 days now.

The whole country has experienced a large number of street demonstrations and protests within the last 3 days to be continued also on Friday, the 28th of January and afterwards.

The protests' main goal is to oust dictator Hosni Mubarak's regime, which has been in power for almost 30 years.

We want him out.

A massacre has happened in Suez. Police used live ammunition and tear gas. There are unconfirmed rumors that the army might interfere.

Even a bigger protest is supposed to take place a few hours from now. After the Prayer on Friday.

The internet has been shutdown completely. Egypt is no longer online since Friday, the 28th of January 00:45 AM.

Text messages to cell phones have been cut off too and all cell phones services will be following. No one knows exactly the intentions of the regime but it doesn't sound good.

Please help us.
Please blog about it in English and in all languages.
Please spread the news everywhere.
Please talk to media.
Please petition your government if that will help.

If there's anything that you can do, please do it and help us save the country and the people.

More news from twitter #jan25.


Submitted by pierguiard (not verified) on Fri, 28/01/2011 - 6:13am

Je vous souhaite de réussir a gagner votre démocratie, sans tomber dans une nouvelle dictature.

Submitted by Eric (not verified) on Sat, 29/01/2011 - 12:53am
Submitted by Sam (not verified) on Mon, 31/01/2011 - 5:13pm

Hi there. I'm only an underemployed college grad living in suburban New York State, but I have a blog which I just started up a couple of days ago, and after reading your plea I thought I'd write about the ongoing revolution in Egypt. I would just like to say hi and tell you that for what its worth, I'm on your side.

What specific issues (aside from what we've been getting from major news sources) should bloggers like me tackle in getting the word out? Who else should I be in contact with?


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