Egypt: One by one the dominoes fall

At the weekend protesters took to the streets in Algeria. Now the protests have spread to Egypt.

Like a rat up a drainpipe, Gamal Mubarak, son of President Hosni Mubarak, was reported to have fled the country along with his family.

Social networking sites are reported as restricted or blocked.

Once again not a beep from the Coward in the White House.

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One Response to “Egypt: One by one the dominoes fall”

  1. Arto Hutto Says:

    For the past 4 years I have been in Tunisia 3 times and in Egypt 3 times.
    I do really love these countries and the people in them. The people have a hard time in these countries and hopefully this will end in something really good for the people. I tbreaks my heart to see these films and knowing what people have to face and the leaders fleeing the country. Police and military have families and friends too and they should open their hearts and help ending these conditions people have to live with every day.

    A hotell cleaner in Hurgada makes the same amount of money in one month as one in Sweden makes in one hour! Ok, it’s cheaper to live in Egypt but not that much by far!

    Arto Hutto

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