An article to discuss how Libya crisis is likely to be much severe than the Egypt political stir.
Thousands of years ago, the Egyptian Jews liberated themselves from a dictatorship. In 2011, there was just one Jew: Mark Zuckerberg.
Mubarak was the leader of Egypt for almost three decades. His rule brought him millions of supporters and millions of opponents. However, in time of the profound economic downturn, his undemocratic regime fell down to ashes.
Finally, Mubarak the president of Egypt has stepped down. It only goes to show that citizens everywhere have more power than they believe they do.
The United States and major European countries on Saturday threw its weight behind the vice president of Egypt, Omar Suleiman, the support of its efforts to quell the rebellion immediately popular without removing from power of President Hosni Mubarak.
On Thursday, the Egyptian military moved in between the pro-government and anti-government protesters in Cairo’s Tahrir Square.
After days of peaceful protests thugs allied to President Mubarak tried to invade Tahrir square on camel and horseback.
A look into Egypt’s current political turmoil.
What could potentially be the biggest protests yet.