Στείλτε αυτά τα Αραβικά μηνύματα, σαν Αλληλεγγύη:
We are sending the following Arabic messages of Solidarity:
«Greek bloggers express solidarity with the Egyptian Revolution»
in Arabic: المدونين اليونانية تعبير عن تضامنهم مع الثورة المصرية
13:15, 29/01: Η καταστολή στην Αίγυπτο live. Διαδηλώσεις σε Ιορδανία και Υεμένη (Enfant De L’Haute Mer) – Πολύ εκτενής κάλυψη !
Ακολουθούν μερικά καυτά μηνύματα twitter (πολλά από την Αίγυπτο, που κατάφεραν να ξεπεράσουν τη φραγή στο twitter, κ.ά.)
100s of people are gathering infront of the burnt NDP HQ. They are starring in silence. #jan25
Fall of Mubarak,will have big impact on internal Palestinian politics 2 detriment of collaborationist PA dictatorship #palestine
Breaking Al Jazeera: Egyptian government resigns #Jan25
Al Jazeera: Suez Steel factory workers go on strike until Mubarak leaves. Workers stay in factory to protect equipment. #Jan5
1 hour ago
Citizen arrests! Al Jazeera: Protesters in Alexandria arrest police officers caught looting & hand them over to army officials #jan25
Al Arabiya: Borg Al Arab jail in Alexandria was attacked by protesters last night #jan25
(the jail where blogger Kareem Amer was imprisoned)
Al Arabiya: 30 corpses have been taken to Demerdash Hospital. Shopping centre torched in wealthy neighbourhood of Maadi #Jan25
El Baradei “The Egyptian people welcomed the Army on the street. The Army is a friend of the people, the protests yesterday were peaceful”
15 dead bodies in Cairo morgue. Words can’t do justice to the anger of grieving families. Screams at our camera 4 Mubarak to leave #Jan25
morning folks, collapsed after two days of non stop tweeting, mobile phones are returning in egypt, internet still down #Jan25
: the revolution continues protests in the street still, but bigger ones planned in exactly 3 hours #Jan25 #Egypt
Το κοινοβούλιο της Αιγύπτου ξεκίνησε μόλις την συνεδρίαση που θα οδηγήσει στην τυπική παραίτησή του
Livecall: reminded that there was violence in Maadi untill 4am. Gunshots. Helwan violence reported in night. #Jan24 #Jan28 #Egypt
Capitalism’s prediction: If Egypt goes down, then Greece is next, you know, it’s the natural flow of civilization. Egypt-Greece-West.
Fascinating: Cairo residents removing passwords from wifi routers so protesters have easy access to communication http://tinyurl.com/6da7dvw
150 wounded people were forced out of a mosque near Tahrir Sq by the army. Current location unknown #jan25
Aswan: 2,500 of which 200 were arrested. Minya: 5,000 Tanta: 10,000, 2 police stations set on fire by protestors. 7 disappearances #jan25
Second, the Internet will be turned on again, but it will be read-only. Meaning that you will be able to read, but not write.
I’ll be on @PiersTonight
in 20 minutes. phone interview about today’s protests.
or to allow the govt to do whatever it pleases with the people while the world wasn’t watching. (2/2)
In retrospect, I don’t know whether the internet blackout was only intended to hinder protestors communication or ..(1/2)
All these people had families, which means that most Egyptians know what really happened. Who are they lying to?
There were tens of thousands on the streets today. You can’t silence that or spin the news as state TV was doing.
at alex police station where people say police allegedly murdered innocent man in cold blood last year — now total destruction.
Army looks on, does nothing as one of Alexandria’s largest police station burns and looters carry away anything of value
Streets of Alexandria very quiet now, soldiers with bayonets fixed on rifles guard road to torched police station.
Egyptian Army arrive in Alexandria after damage is done, stand guard at useless, burnt out police stations
Alexandria Governorate building heavily burnt and looted, a war against the Egyptian government people here say
Tour of downtown Alexandria reveals destruction of police stations and only a few dozen Egyptian soldiers
On streets of Alexandria, seems every police truck deployed for riots was destroyed, burnt, litter roads near clashes
Tahrir is chaotic now. Fire everywhere. People are gathered there and extreme noise that I can’t tell what is at the moment. #jan25
More protesters are back in the streets shouting: Down with Mubarak. They are on the Corniche. #jan25
I’m greatful for all the support I get from people and the tweets I’m getting from all across the globe. Keep the word out, people. #jan25
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