Egyptian Chronicles: #Jan25 : May it remain scary memory for tyrants

Wednesday, January 25, 2017

#Jan25 : May it remain scary memory for tyrants

Today marks the 6th anniversary of the 25 January revolution that kicked off with a protest against the minister of interior Habib El-Adly originally in Tahrir square on the same day in 2011.
Personally, the true day of the revolution was 28 January 2011 when the Egyptian people surprised the regime, the opposition activists and above all the world with their long-held rage.
But it won't harm to celebrate the 25 January as the Egyptian revolution day at all.
#Jan25 New Hope
Taken in Tahrir square on 25 January 2011
It seems a distant memory.
It seems so faraway.
Yet it is still and it scares tyrants and their supporters.
The pro-regime media says it fails repeatedly for the rest year.
The pro-regime media continues to defame it and insults its supporters every day and every week despite that alleged failure.
What I see in front of me that 25 January revolution despite its ups and downs ,especially downs still scares the tyrants and their media so much.
The Egyptian revolution has not failed yet.
After all , you can not expect logically the revolution to fix the errors and sins of more than 60 years and beyond in Egypt, in the Middle East with in three years.
The Egyptian revolution continues
It will take time.
May be, we won't see the outcome in our lives but at least we are trying to put the corner stone.
The Egyptian revolution is not over
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  1. Did you see this in the New York Times? SYRIA. From the outside looking in, Syria appears to be a hornet's nest of terrorist groups and non-state actors. ...
    IRAQ. Iraq has been unstable ever since the 2003 invasion of the country by US forces. ...
    IRAN. ...
    LIBYA. ...
    SOMALIA. ...
    SUDAN. ...
    YEMEN.

    So, Trump's list of seven terrorist countries leaves out both SAUDI ARABIA, AND... yes... Egypt!

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    1. This planned executive order makes Trump's support of the Saudi-led war in Yemen even more perverted and grotesque. He is all about money (in this issue, through selling weapons and possibly a few other contracts) and manipulating perception.

      Trump will not take actions that antagonize Saudi Arabia or Egypt as that would interfere with the gravy train. The composition of the list was not allowed to interfere with arms or oil contracts, regardless of whatever its alleged "security" purpose was purported to be.

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  2. Congratulations for the memories of the Revolution days and it's achievements.
    The Revolution Continue for Freedom, dignity and Social justice for every Egyptian.

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  3. Congratulations for the memories of the Revolution days and it's achievements.
    The Revolution Continue for Freedom, dignity and Social justice for every Egyptian.

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