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© 2011 Rising from Tahrir All Rights Reserved

Thu

24

May

2012

Voter Shirt Says: If it wasn't for the revolution, Gamal Mubarak would be our president today.

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Thu

24

May

2012

Egyptian Woman Goes to Vote in Wedding Dress

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Thu

24

May

2012

Egytian Voters Heckle Old Regime Candidate As He Stands in Line to Vote (Shoes and Slippers thrown on him too)

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Mon

21

May

2012

Hoda Rashad: With the elections tomorrow, it is a glorious day to be an Egyptian

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Mon

07

May

2012

Abbassiya Clashes Leave 11 Dead

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Thu

19

Apr

2012

Stand Your Ground: The Egyptian Revolution Continues April 20th 2012

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Thu

05

Apr

2012

Protesting Group "Ultras Ahlawy" Message

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Thu

05

Apr

2012

Martyr Khaled Saeed's Mother Layla Marzouk Camps Out in Front of The People's Assembly Building With 'Ultras Ahlawy" Protestors

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Thu

05

Apr

2012

Parliment spearheads successful efforts to nullify the law that permits military rule to courtmartial Egyptian civilians

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Tue

27

Mar

2012

Song: It was I who called for a peaceful revolution

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Tue

27

Mar

2012

"Ultras Ahlawy" Soccer Fans and Anti-SCAF Activists Protest in front of the People's Assembly Building

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Mon

05

Mar

2012

German University in Cairo in a State of Revolt Against Administration

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Thu

01

Mar

2012

German University in Cairo Students Protest Against Administration for the Dismissal of Five Undergraduates because of their Participation in Peaceful Protests

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Fri

17

Feb

2012

Protestors release video ad against US companies that they see as supporting the Egyptian Supreme Council of Armed Forces, viewed to be illigetimately ruling Eg

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Fri

17

Feb

2012

Protestors demand the freedom of Mahmoud El Qarsh who was arrested while part of a convoy to stem the violence between the police and protestors. Sign say, "Pr

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Thu

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Feb

2012

Activist Group Ultras Ahly (Originally a Group of Soccer Fans) March to Convene in Protest at the General Prosecuter's Headquarters

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Mon

13

Feb

2012

Rumors Fly As Egyptians Try to Make Sense of the Public Murder of Nermeen Khalil UN Consultant

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Sun

12

Feb

2012

Military Plays National Songs to Drown Out Protester Chants Calling for the Fall of the Supreme Councial of Armed Forces

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Wed

08

Feb

2012

Protestor video about planned national strike on the 11th of February

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Wed

08

Feb

2012

Pray for SYRIA!!!!!!!!!

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Wed

08

Feb

2012

Protestors share photos and contact info of police snipers captured on camera

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Wed

08

Feb

2012

AUC Student Union Joins February 11 Strike

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Tue

07

Feb

2012

Activist Salma Saeed Slowly Recovering After Being Shot With Pellet Bullets in the Face, Back and Legs While Photographing Protests

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Tue

07

Feb

2012

Video Evidence Showing Plain Clothes Thugs Entering Stadium at the End of Portsaid's Tragic Soccer Match

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Sun

05

Feb

2012

AUC Remembers a Fallen Son

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Sun

05

Feb

2012

Martyrs' Mothers Protest

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Sun

05

Feb

2012

Violence at The Forefront of the Revolt Against the Egyptian Military

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Sun

05

Feb

2012

The Revolt Against the Egyptian Military Continues

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Sun

05

Feb

2012

Did you know?

"Do you know that in less than one year from the Egyptian revolution:
2286 protesters were killed.
And 7811 wounded
... among them
324 have lost their eyes.
... 685 have broken bones.
27 women have been humiliated and sexually assaulted by checking their virginity.
16 thousand Egyptians imprisoned.
and not a single person from the previous regime or the government indicted , tried nor convicted
Accountability is one of the main pillars of any transitional justice,,,,
justice delayed, justice denied!

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Fri

03

Feb

2012

Protestors chant "Yasqut Hokm El Askar", Down With Military Rule, in protests that have been raging against the premeditated violence of the Portsaid Soccer Sta

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Fri

03

Feb

2012

Proof that soccer match violence was an orchestrated trap:Activists share video showing how Portsaid Soccer Stadium doors were welded shut from the outside to k

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03

Feb

2012

Thursday Night, Febraury 2nd, Protests Against Military Rule

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Thu

02

Feb

2012

Tragedy in Last Night's Soccer Game in Portsaid

76 Egyptians were killed last night and over one thousand were wounded in a mysterious violent occurence in the stadium after a soccer match between El Ahly team and Al Masry team. The video footage and images sourced from media and social network show police's lack of action. The Police banded together away from stadium entry points and watched without taking any preventative actions to stem the violence and protect the innocent people trying to escape. They provided unhindered access to the Stadium pitch for the thugs armed with knives and steel pipes.

The Al-Ahly Ultras blamed for this were not responsible as video footage shows the thugs chasing the Al-Ahly team and its supporters out of the stadium. Note that the Ultras have strongly condemned military rule and are strong opponents to the Military dictatorship. Furthermore the Port Said team were the home team and won the match and as such had no reason to attack Al-Ahly and its supporters.

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Thu

02

Feb

2012

The American University in Cairo Loses One of Its Precious Own

AUC The American University in Cairo From AUC President Lisa Anderson: I am deeply saddened to report that one of our students, Omar Aly Saad Mohsen, a senior scheduled to graduate this February in economics, was among the 79 people killed in the tragic soccer match that took place ...yesterday in Port Said. To mourn t...he loss of our student and the many other victims who lost their lives, the University will observe a day of mourning on Sunday, February 5. The University will be open but all classes are suspended and a University-wide memorial service will be held at noon in Bartlett Plaza. We extend our condolences to Omar’s family and friends and all others who feel this terrible loss.
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Sat

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Jan

2012

Protestors gather in the millions today on Kasr EL Nil Bridge to Pray for the souls of those who lost their lives there last year

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28

Jan

2012

Egyptians

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28

Jan

2012

A Song for the Martyrs

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Tue

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Jan

2012

Tahrir Square: 25 January 2012 (2:00am Cairo Time)

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Tue

24

Jan

2012

Just In!!: Plan for Tomorrow's Protests (Translation Coming Soon)

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Activists Promo Video for the Protests of the 25th of January 2012

Opposition Video:The Reasons Why Egyptians Are Protesting Again(Copyrighted)

>> Gamila Ismail: The Egyptians are going to protest on the 25th because they want a new Egypt

>> Wael Kandil: They are taking to the streets becuase the revolution is a "miscarriage" and
freedom was lost. The revolution was hijacked and kidnapped and its identity has been lost.We are going out to complete it.

>>Alaa El Aswany: The goals of the revolution have not been attained. The only goal that has been attained is the removal of the president and the current trial

proceedings against him.

>>Alaa Abd El Fatah: Every institution in Egypt has its own "Mubarak" running it. There has been no "cleansing" nor substantial improvement nor any kind of "good"

that can be felt.
>>Zalata: I still can't find bread or the gas I need to cook meals

>>Micheal Ismail: The thieves are still running the country. The gas that is being exported to Israel is not available for our own poor

>>Mohamed Gamal: It feels like Hosni Mubarak is still here and the officers that hurt us have been set free, while regular citizens now stand accused

>> Alaa Abd EL Fatah: I have just been released from prison and I stand accused with the crimes that the armed forces committed against unarmed civilians
>>Mohamed Hashem: In the events of the "Maspiro" protests the army provoked and killed more than 75 Egyptians (martyrs)

>> Alaa El Aswany: Dozens of Egyptian girls and women have been violated. And countless protestors have lost one or both eyes by snipers like Ahmed Harara and

many like him
>>Moataz Yosry:There are 1200 documented cases of eye losses, I have lost one of my eyes and I am going out on the 25th of January
>>Samia Jaheen: Because we have not avenged our martyrs that we lost

>>Michael Ismail: We are still being killed, religious leaders like the late Sheikh Emad Effat are being labeled "Thugs"
Dr. Alaa Abd EL Hady has been labeled a "thug"
>>Alaa Abd El fatah: We are going out on the 25th to get the right of our martyrs, to get the dreams of our martyrs

>>Lamia Kamel: People think we are going to celebrate on the 25th, celebrate what exactly??
>>Mary Daniel(sister of martyr Mina Daniel): Why should we celebrate the revolution? What has it done for us?
The only thing it has killed is our fear
>>Alaa El Aswany: The revolution is not complete and therefore we cannot celebrate
>>Ahmed El Aasy: I think if someone is going out on the 25th to celebrate, he should reconsider because our revolution is not complete the 25th will be a day like

any other
>>Samia Jaheen:Our revolution is continuing still

>>Ramy Essam: For the martyrs, for the wounded, for the economic losses

>> Zalata: Because the 25th of January 2011 has failed to gain what we had intended it to
>>Abd El Rahman Yousef: It is our moral, nationalistic and religious duty to continue this revolution

>>Zakaria Abd El Aziz: I am inviting everyone to join us in Tahrir Square on the 25th

>>Alaa EL Aswany: We are planning peaceful protests, I repeat peaceful protests to rid us of Mubarak's regime

>>Mohamed Ramadan: Mubarak's regime that split us apart must be done with and that is why I am going out on the 25th
>>Nasser Abd El Hamid: I am joining the protests because I want us all to be united and on one side in support of our revolution's goals
>>Alaa ABd El Fatah: Goals that appear very simple but it is apparent that these have been lost for so long that they are very difficult to attain
Bread, Liberty and Social equality and the right of the Egyptian to live in dignity
>>Gamila Ismail: This is why the Egyptians are taking to the streets on the 25th