Egyptian Revolutian..25 JANUARY!...

LINK: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=k9vNw2DFAc8     The video is like a film talking about the egyptian revolution. Having a trailer at the begining. The video starts with the trailer, getting shots from the film! Then, i will get chapter 1, which ios why it all started, then i get the police officers hitting Egyptians. Then Khaled said, which was killed from police officers because, he did want to give them bribes. The the revolts starts, people are revolting, and it was a suspensfull video. Then get the people who were killed, then afterwards, some songs from the revolts. Then the vice presedent’s speech comes, Omar Soliman says that Hosni Mubarak has left his place, and is no longer the presedent. And then i get the people having fun and celebrating Hosni Mubarak leaving and Egyptians freedom!  ...

Egyptian Revolution- The Radio Crew...

This is our first Podcast to upload on myhayah. We hope you enjoy it. It mainly has questions and answers about events during the revolution and you get to hear people playing “The Game!”. The team working on this podcast were Maryam Adly, Farida Eldarawy, Malak saleh, Habiba Abouward and Mariam Gad. Enjoy! Podcast Powered By...

GTR First Podcast

Welcome to our first podcast, in our radio show we have a few people pretend to be certain well known people and we talk about news events. In this particular podcast we talked about the Egyptian Revolution and about Japans disaster. Remember this is only our first podcast and we were limited on time, but keep tuning in and they will be a lot better THANKS Podcast Powered By...

Egyptian Revolution Interviews Apr10

Egyptian Revolution Interviews...

A video about the Egyptian Revolution including pictures and interrviews.Egyptian Revolution Interviews

Egyptian Revolution

Never before has a nation witnessed such a unified sense of rebirth. The 25th of January revolution is the unnegociable blessing in which every Egyptian is subconsciously grateful for at the break of every dawn. Our highly intellectual generation has managed to acquire a remorseless spark of gumption that previous generations never dared to consider. We swore never to back down, and each and every piece of our body shook with determination of never giving up; each and every person’s life suddenly became invaluable in front of the country’s future.The indefatigably unified spirit that was strongly present in all of our souls was the main trigger for the occurrence of this absolutely successful revolution. This was undeniably expected from a reign of oppression that remained for an unimaginably prolonged era of 30 years. The previous regime was too naive to realize that God wouldn’t simply let them get away with such appalling acts of persecution. One day, a brave man like Mohamed Bou Azizi would sacrifice his life and unknowingly result in waking up not only one sleeping nation; Tunis, but the entire Arab world. Undeniably, the Tunisian revolution was considered a technical igniter for Egypt’s, but as we see that after the Egyptian revolution, the whole world did wake up; we realize the long neglected importance and exceptional value of our beloved Egypt. The mother of all nations is not by any means an exaggerated terminology. Our people; our land; our unnegociably rich history and great presence make this country worthy of every letter described in that term. After the revolution’s success, however, I couldn’t help but wonder; is this me actually contributing to the loss of not only the most glorifying alteration in Egyptian history, but the whole Arab world? There must...