-The downfall of the regime of Hosni Mubarak and his ministers.
-The cessation of the Emergency Law
-The formation of a new, non-military government with the interests of the Egyptian people at heart.
-The constructive administration of all of Egypt’s resources.
Al Jazeera has a livestreaming video that can be see at:
It’s an incredible manifestation of the human will for freedom, led by the people. It will be interesting to see how politics and ideology will shape the course of the movement. I found the government control of the internet to be an incredible use of state power, yet tactically inefficient illustrated by the mobilizations all around Egypt today.
Egyptian Government Blocks Internet Access:
When Egypt turned off the internet
Egypt Cuts Off Most Internet and Cell Service
There have been some really good displays of journalistic persistence by Al Jazeera reporters asserting and reiterating their questions to USA State Department officials. Below is an example.
Here is another discussion held before Friday’s demonstrations:
What will the West do?
I have so many questions and thoughts about the unraveling of these events, yet not enough distance and focus to assess them. I’ll try and update this post as I encounter new information.