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January 30, 2011 § 4 Comments
Waseem Wagdi, an Egyptian protesting outside the embassy in London, says it all, beautifully.
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at the end he’s quoting Palestinian poet Mahmoud Darweesh.
I’ve just discovered this film is also up at Paul Woodward’s War In Context, which has been doing an excellent job covering events in Egypt. Woodward has posted the most astounding film I’ve seen so far – of Egyprian soldiers protecting protesters from the police. Watch it here: http://warincontext.org/2011/01/29/on-the-streets-egyptian-military-defend-the-people/
Thanks Robin for sharing the link; it made me cry and happy to see the solidarity between the people and army.
Power to the Egyptian people and urge them not to stop until Mubark is removed.
“Wars are never fought for altruistic reasons. They’re usually fought for hegemony, for business. And then of course there’s the business of war.”
Heroic liberators of Egypt in Tarir Square!
I too kiss the dust under your feet. Expel Hosni Mobarak from Egypt. Dishonor and shame on the face of this running dog of fascist Israel and zionized America.
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