A music video by Egyptian musicians with the revolution as their backdrop, sung in Arabic it's been viewed over 100,000 times since it was upped to YouTube yesterday. A people that can be make such upbeat pop songs in the midst of brutal repression was never go to lose to a mere dictator.
February 11, 2011

A music video made by Egyptian musicians with the revolution as their backdrop, sung in Arabic it's been viewed over 100,000 times since it was upped to YouTube yesterday. A people that can be make such upbeat pop songs in the midst of brutal repression were never going to lose to a mere dictator.

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