Egypt

The Arab Revolution in danger

Mubarak's dictatorship and the U.S. government want to stop the revolution in Egypt A powerful mobilization shakes Egypt. The economy is paralyzed. The Army, which is essential to support Mubarak’s regime, has no political conditions to suppress all the protesters. However, negotiations between the Mubarak’s regime and the...

First letter from Egypt: blockade on the road

I arrived last Wednesday night at the Cairo airport, and there was a big feeling of desolation. Even with no disorder or desperation, many people were there resolute to leave the country. Stores were all closed, some embassies worked with helping points for their citizens, people passed through...

All our support to the Egyptian Revolution

Starting on January 25th, Egypt has been taken by giant demonstrations against a 30 years long dictatorship. Protests started after another dictatorship ended in Tunisia, and are happening also in Algeria, Jordan and Yemen. Two-thirds of 80 million Egyptians are under 30 years old, and this enormous youth...

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