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M. A. Photo
M. A. Photo
M. A. Photo: A cartoonist holds up his most recent work. The woman between Mubarak and the Egyptian people is labeled "Egypt." The caption on the prison door through which Mubarak is trying to drag Egypt is marked, "The National Democratic Prison," which is, of course, a play on Mubarak's "National Democratic Party."
Raw footage from the battle on the Qasr Al-Nil bridge and entrance to Tahrir Square.
Protestors hold up a can of tear gas and shout "Made in USA!" and say in Arabic "These are American weapons," on January 28, 2011 during protests en route to occupy Tahrir Square. First half is in Arabic, second half with subtitles.
Prominent public figure and rights activist Gameela Ismail gave a brief interview shortly after entering Tahrir Square on January 25, 2011, the first day of the Egyptian uprising. Gameela had joined a march leaving from Mostafa Mahmoud Mosque in Mohandiseen and arrived in Tahrir Square around 3pm.
Prominent public figure Gameela Ismail marches with a group of demonstrators from Mostafa Mahmoud mosque in Mohandiseen into Tahrir Square on January 25, 2011, the first day of the Egyptian uprising. They call out 'enzil!', encouraging bystanders to come down from their homes and join them in the march.