March 26, 2017

Egyptian Revolution Moves Forward

With the resignation of Hosni Mubarak as the Egyptian President after almost thirty years of power, Egypt is amid a historic transition of power. Under Mubarak’s regime, Egyptians suffered from a lack of several rights, including brutal torture and detainment for political dissent, persecution for those who exercise religious freedoms, and a lack of rights […]

Protesters Control Tahrir Square After Clash

On the evening of Tuesday’s “Million Man March” in Tahrir Square, President Mubarak appeared for his second speech regarding the demonstration to announce he would not seek re-election in Egypt’s upcoming presidential election, which is currently scheduled for September. Similar to Mubarak’s first speech, when he announced the resignation of his entire executive cabinet, the […]

Egyptians Will March to Mubarak

Tomorrow, February 1st, Egyptian protesters have scheduled a “Million Man March” to begin in Tahrir Square and then proceed to the residence of President Hosni Mubarak. Hundreds of thousands of Egyptians throughout the country have demonstrated since last Tuesday, January 25th, with one central goal – the departure of Mubarak, who has led Egypt since […]

Revolution Underway in Egypt

Since last Tuesday, January 25th, protests have swept across Egypt in a call for the resignation of President Hosni Mubarak, who has led Egypt since 1981. Late Thursday evening, the Egyptian government disconnected internet and cell phone services for a majority of the country. Social media websites, including Twitter, Youtube, and Facebook, were crucial in […]