the 25th January 2011, Egyptian youth have followed their ancient
ancestors in how to do things on a large scale, such as the Pyramids and
entered history, when they used the new technology to fight their
corrupted government and remove a dictator from the power.
revolution has brought millions of Egyptians together and they stood
youth, female, old, poor, rich (moderate), educated, illiterate side by
side to demand a new Egypt free of corruption, humility, repression and
lack of social equality.
the first time in the history of the modern Middle East, an Arab ruler has
been overthrown by a popular, peaceful revolution that was born by youth
and fuelled by years of corruption, repression and absence of human rights
for a large part of the population that represented
a wide range of society, religiously and socially united.
Egyptian celebrate their success of this great revolution, they also
celebrating their martyrs
for their place in heaven as they sacrificed their lives for to enable the
Egyptian people to live free and with dignity.
On Friday, February 11,
President Hosni Mubarak resigned from the presidency after 29 years in
For 18 days, a popular peaceful uprising spread across Egypt and
to vacate power to the military.
Egypt transitions to a more democratic system in the
ahead will have major implications for National and International
policies, such as in the Middle East and for other countries in the