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.
Ed Schultz talked to The Nation's Katrina vanden Heuvel last night about the uprisings in Egypt and across the Middle East and the need for the United States to redefine our national security policies in the region. When Ed asked her about the many
It's quite the scene in Cairo: "We have brought down the regime, we have brought down the regime," chanted the hundreds of thousands of people who packed into Tahrir Square for "Farewell Friday." Egyptians waved flags, cried, cheered and
Here is the entire crowd reaction as the news ripples through the enormous crowd at Tahrir Square.
Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak resigned Friday, according to Vice President Omar Suleiman. "My fellow citizens, at these hard circumstances our country is experiencing, President Mohamed Hosni Mubarak has decided to waive the office of the
Robert Fisk on Mubarak's stubborn refusal to go after his army and most of his own ministers turned on him: Last night, a military officer guarding the tens of thousands celebrating in Cairo threw down his rifle and joined the demonstrators,
Several sources told NBC News that Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak will step down Friday. Al Jazeera reported that Egyptian army officials said that protesters "demands will be met." The supreme council of armed forces was meeting to discuss the
Wael Ghonim gives his take to CNN on what's been going down in Egypt and where's it going.
CNN's Anderson Cooper talked to The Late Show's David Letterman about the experience of he and his crew getting pummeled by a crowd of pro-Mubarak protesters in Egypt. Cooper also discussed the United States' role in propping up Mubarak's
Thousands of demonstrators in Cairo's Tahrir Square gave a hero's welcome to a Google executive and activist who has become a symbol of the country's anti-government movement.