Egyptian Chronicles: Breaking News : Mubarak has stepped Down

Friday, February 11, 2011

Breaking News : Mubarak has stepped Down


Mubarak has stepped down
The Egyptian army council is ruling the country
There are tears in my eyes
I will go to the streets
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49 comments :

  1. Mabrouuuuuuuuk to Egypt, all Egyptians and the world.

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  2. You blog played a part, Zeinobia. Good luck and best wishes to Egypt from Seattle.

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  3. Congratulations from someone in Tunisia!!!!!!

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  4. I keep crying! Congratulations!!!

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  5. CONGRATULATIONS!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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  6. God bless you and god bless Egypt!
    Hope does sometimes win.

    Bruce from Germany

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  7. Incomprehensible. Congratulations many, many times. You have left an Egypt-shaped hole in the geopolitical discourse. World has seen nothing like it since 1989.

    -European

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  8. you deserve it..

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  9. Mabrouk Aleykoum !!!

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  10. Unbelievable! Today is the day of the Egyptian people! Germany celebrates with you. :) Congratulations!

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  11. all the best to you and your beautiful country. Keep all of your treasures safe. Many in the world dream of seeing Egypt and it's glory.

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  12. celebrate Zinovia , celebrate and wishes for the best from Greece

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  13. February 11, 2011- The emancipation of Egypt!
    we all cry from joy and don't forget that these were long and hard 18 days.... the world celebrates with you Egypt!

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  14. Mabrook! I am crying my eyes out, have nothing else to say except thank you Masriyeen for the ecstatic joy I and all Arabs are feeling tonight.

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  15. As a Turk, I congragulate the Egyptian people for their struggle and courage to gain their freedom.

    I hope that this freedom will not be again stolen by any group under the pretext of democracy.

    That's what happened in Turkey. Islamist got the power and thousand of people are in jail for many years waiting to be tries for made up crimes by the security apparatus of ruling AKP party.

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  16. I'm spanish and there are tears in my eyes too, grateful for your tweets and congratulations to the exemplary Egyptian People.
    Never been so hooked on my laptop!

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  17. congratulations, egypt

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  18. I was about time. Congratulations to the great people of Egypt for finally winning their freedom.

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  19. Congratulation!!!!!

    Tears of job - sweeeeeeeeeeet

    May we continue until the last evil occupier is OUT - Celebration is on for tonight but work for the rest of us continues bright and early.

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  20. CONGRATULATIONS EGYPT!!! YOU GUYS DID IT!! I'm an Australian who has been glued to Al jazeera, twitter and blogs for weeks now - and so proud for you. You make the world proud , you guys, all of you have started a new era!!!

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  21. I am envious of you; and with all my heart I pray your country will not end up where mine did, EXACTLY 32 years ago, this day.
    I pray your celebration last. And I hope Egypt will set an example not only for people of the middle east, but also for the rulers of the middle east. Our rulers, after 18 months, are still killing and jailing and beatings and ...

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  22. bravo et merci à vous! Tant d'espoir retrouvé devant votre courage!
    de Cécile, femme de France et du monde libre en marche

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  23. Dear Zeinobia,

    Mabroooooooouk, Alf Mabrooooooooouk.

    Al ham du li Allah, you all, our youth and our people deserve a big hug.
    Unforunately I am not in Cairo to celebrate with you, but I was praying this afternoon in Haram looking at Kabaa and praying for our country's freedom . Al ham du li Allah, my prayers and all mothers' prayers have been answered and by Allah's protection and guidance we will succeed.

    Congratulations.

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  24. Hi ! I have just learned it by the news
    Congratulations ! I'm happy for the Egyption people !
    Maybe your future prosperous and peacefull for all of you and " I really hope it" Welcome to Democracy !
    Free Maghreb !

    David from France, Lille

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  25. congratulations zeinobia ..we deserve freedom and democracy .. at last power to the people.

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  26. Congratulations to you and everyone else who made this happen! It look less than three weeks, I would never have suspected it could happen so quickly.

    Now the work of making political parties and figuring out how to make a government that works, begins.

    Congratulations again for your part in this and all the other people too! You've accomplished a very great thing!

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  27. Only nine days after the 'bloody Wednesday' the Egyptian people have won. "Leave, leave" they chanted for days on end and the hated dictator today finally has resigned, his henchmen Soliman is out of power and the people are dancing and singing on the streets of Cairo, Alexandria and all over Egypt. After the fall of the Berlin Wall this no doubt is the second major historical change to witness in the world since the last decades. And the world is elated. Where the dreaded regime only last week showed ruthless brutality, the Egyptian people have won the battle with an undeterred will for non-violence. If anything, Egypt has shown to the whole world what powers lie in a peaceful revolution - and that it can be done, if you want it to happen. Congratulations Egypt! You must be the proudest people in the world tonight.

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  28. Fantastic - from nz in the pacific ocean.
    hurrah for the people of egypt

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  29. Alf mabrouk!!! Greetings from Bulgaria!

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  30. Congratulations to all Egyptians and to all those who love Egypt. Thank you for all you have done. With much love and respect from Canada.

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  31. زينب

    مبروك علينا والف شكر علي تعبك طول السنين اللي فاتت
    انا عايز اشكر كل البلوجرز المصريين
    وانت اولهم

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  32. Dear Zeinobia,

    The party in Tahrir Square looks like it will last until daybreak. You Egyptians can be party animals when you have a reason, apparently.

    I join the Iranian and the Turk above in warning you to not to let your freedom be stolen by those whose only want democracy as a tool to gain permanent power. Beware! There are factions in Egypt who will eat young educated secularists like you for breakfast if they have the chance. You know who I'm talking about.

    Secure all the records of the Ministry of the Interior right away. The Stasi in East Germany had shocking records. You will need the MoI files to prosecute Mubarak's thugs and torturers.

    Congratulations and enjoy your well-earned festivities.

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  33. I am so happy for Egypt! I only wish I was there to see it with my own eyes. I hope to return soon.

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  34. Congratulations to the heroic Egyptian revolutionaries, the future awaits you.
    The Canadian.

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  35. besides Al-Jazeera your blog was one of my sources to follow the Egyptian revolution.
    You and all the young Egyptians in Tahriir square have liberated Egypt. Mabrouk. and best wishes from Canada.

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  36. Thankyou Tunisia, thanks to our Tunisian brothers and sisters. We will not forget our martyrs whether in Egypt or Tunisia.
    Jason, Naj and the other Hasbara troll appearing as an Iranian:
    you can all SMD

    Algerians, it's your turn now you have no excuse, for further details please refer to the Tunisian manuals:
    1- how to break down the police in 24 hours
    2- Bring down a tyrant in 30 days or less
    (available in Arabic, French and English)a pdf version is also available on request.

    Tomorrow we hope the Algerian revolution ignites. Good luck North Africa.

    Libya get ready!

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  37. Dear people of Egypt.
    I'm very happy for the victory. And I hope that democracy is born in Egypt. You are to be congratulated for having walked for peace. And I hope you remember the people who died in conflicts. My suggestion is that you build a park named Park of Democracy. And you plant a fruit tree in that park for each person killed in the clashes. This is a way to honor the victims and to show future generations that we can change the world without wars. I wish much peace to you.

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  38. Alf Mambrouk. My husband and I were so happy that finally the day came for Egypt and Egyptians to have freedom and fresh air to breath! We were there in front of our TV from the 1st day until the end everyday from morning till 5.00 am (after Anderson Cooper 360 show) and we were there to see the sufferings and how tough was it for the Egyptians fighting for their rights with their lives and how they have to sleep in those cold weather in open air! My husband and I remembered screaming and cried watching the attacked which started on the 8th day at midnight until 5.00 am @ Medan Tahrir and remembered calling the White House for help to intervene and writing emails to UN and facebook asking for help coz We cant bear to see the thugs killing and attacking innocent lives just because they were asking for freedom! and today when we were watching CNN showing the 6th Oct. bridge it brought back those horrified attacked on that day and how different was it today with all the cars hon-kings and huge crowd of people cheering and celebrating the new life of freedom. My husband and I believe that Egypt will be a better country free of corruption and better future for all. We will always remembered the martyrs, those injured, jailed, the youngs and old, women and children who fights without fear and the doctors working day and night during this cause of freedom. They are all heroes!

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  39. @Anonymous 2/12/2011 02:50:00 AM "Jason, Naj and the other Hasbara troll appearing as an Iranian: you can all SMD"

    NO U

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  40. لكِ يا مصر السلامة،وسلاما يا بلادي
    إن رمى الدهر سهامه،أتقيها بفؤادي
    واسلمي في كل حين

    للعلا أبناء مصرَ للعلا،وبمصرَ نملك المستقبلا
    وا فدًا لمصرِنا الدنيا فلا،نضعُ الأوطان إلا أولاً
    جانبي الأيسر قلبه الفؤاد،وبلادي هِي لي قلبي اليمين

    لكِ يا مصر السلامة،وسلاما يا بلادي
    إن رمى الدهر سهامه،أتقيها بفؤادي
    واسلمي في كل حين

    مقتبس من نشيد مصر 1923

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  41. Congratulations on your new found freedom from your well wisher in India!!

    I hope that this freedom is not surrendered to religious extremists as it happened in Iran. May God bless your nation!

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  42. Oh Egypt Peace be unto you, I salute you my Country
    If Time throws its arrows onto you, My heart shields you
    Oh Egypt Peace be unto you all the time

    Towards Supremacy Sons of Egypt, In Egypt we own our future
    And sacrifice to our Egypt, Without you life has no meaning
    My left side of chest is where my heart resides, and My country is my right side heart
    Oh Egypt Peace be unto you, I salut you my homeland
    If Time throws its arrows onto you, My heart shields you
    Oh Egypt Peace be unto you all the time

    Abstract of Egypt National Anthem 1923

    Please excuse my bad translation, here is a link for anthem if you want to hear it:

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xguXn0utIkM

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  43. أهدي النصر لخالد سعيد وأمثاله:|
    الحمدلله.
    سعيدة ولكن لا تفارقنا الدموع.

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  44. THIS IS EPIC! EGYPT ROCKS!

    CONGRATULATIONS AND DEEPEST RESPECT TO THE PEOPLE OF FREE EGYPT!

    (from a joyously crying expat in Cairo)

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  45. Susanne Klages2/12/2011 01:25:00 PM

    Congratulations from Germana! I hope that all will run well towards a democracy where all parts of society are represented!

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  46. ALF MABROUK from Germany, thank you for keeping us updated by your blog and tweets. And thank you to all the netizens who shared their experience, views, pictures and opinion so we follow the revolution almost live!

    Stay strong, egyptians! It wont be easy, but you have already come this far! CONGRATULATIONS and all my support for the way to come!

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  47. We're really surprised and emotioned with the great step that your people has made peacefully... We can show you all there in Egypt our support and best wishes for the new time now arriving. Congratulations from Spain.

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