A note about the demise of Egyptian dictator Hosni Mubarak.
Egyptian rebellion became the third week on Tuesday, anti-government protesters formed a human chain in Cairo, Tahrir Square, vowing not to move until President Hosni Mubarak and those around him are forced to their duties.
The demonstrators held a human chain around the Cairo Tahrir Square on Monday, many insist they will not move before President Hosni Mubarak to resign, met with the country’s new cabinet for the first time.
We watched the surreal scene of chaos in Egypt: One would think they were staged in a movie. The demonstrators threw stones at each other. Horses and camels laden, seemingly from nowhere, and military personnel and their giant reservoirs on the sidelines.
Egypt, the Vice President Omar Suleiman, has met the main opposition groups on Sunday and offered concessions – including some that, if approved, could be a dramatic change in the country.
The Egyptian protesters are selecting members of a government to replace Mubarak.