We participated in demonstrations and stands all day in various parts of Cairo and Egypt - we had some casualities and many arrested - including Nour, Ayman Nour's son who was captured by SSI -
100,000 Egyptians managed to "Liberate" Liberation Square - Tahrir Sq. - and controlled it for around 10 hours ....
Demonstrators were generally very civilized and peaceful - but security responded with tear gas bombs, rubber bullets, savage beating and arrests of many
At the end, we went for rallies for tens of Kilometers - some 10,000 people continued to rally in the streets of downtown Cairo, Ramses, Sabtia, Shobra, Rod El Farag, Sahel ...
Sec. Clinton comments, I have not fully read them - but they sound disappointing and I think the US is making a big mistake, getting caught marching on the wrong side of history supporting dictators who will sooner or later be ousted from power
The Myth that MB is the only political force capable of moving thousands has been proven false - as the Muslim Brothers shamefully refused to participate - some of their members joined on individual basis - but generally the protesters were typical Egyptians - ordinary people who are centrists - not necessarily aligned with any political movements
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