My Egypt Revolution’s posts: February 12



  • As predicted: the army wants to force the Tahrir square’s evacuation, on the grounds that there’s no more reason to protest. The people is resisting. They want to defend their Revolution. Off to Tahrir

    12 February at 15:55 ·  · 

  • Témoris Grecko was tagged in his own album.
    Egyptians party in midan Tahrir and midan Talaat Harb after Mubarak’s resignation was announced. Revolutionaries claim victory, but the final outcome remains to be seen. In the meantime, the atmosphere is exhilarating!

    12 February at 12:46
  • Egyptians party in midan Tahrir and midan Talaat Harb after Mubarak’s resignation was announced. Revolutionaries claim victory, but the final outcome remains to be seen. In the meantime, the atmosphere is exhilarating!

    12 February at 12:42 ·  ·  · Share
      • Souradeep Purkayastha great album!

        12 February at 14:04 · 
      • Ella Ariza arriba egipto

        12 February at 14:12 · 
      • Abbie Fielding-Smith i’m glad you got to see an uprising with a positive outcome!

        12 February at 14:17 · 
      • Stefan Marinescu Great coverage Temoris!!!

        12 February at 15:00 · 
      • Liz Gwz Rmz Temoris thanks for sharing these pic’s and letting us be part of the excitement – & history! They are great…

        12 February at 15:22 · 
      • Elisenda Palau es-pec-ta-cu-lar!!!

        12 February at 21:21 · 
      • Luis Vazquez Una derrota más para el imperialismo.

        12 February at 21:26 · 
      • Aletse Sajor ‎11-II-11 coincidencia……..!!!!!!

        12 February at 23:09 · 
      • Liliana Martinez Al ham dulillah!

        12 February at 23:34 · 
      • Témoris Grecko yeah, Abbie, this time was different. Good change.
        Thanks everyone, gracias a todos! Besos!

        13 February at 00:08 ·  ·  1 person
      • Bibiana Lopez Cano E Solo queda esperar y ver si la gente que busco su libertad puede mantenerla al margen de los zopilotes

        13 February at 01:16 · 
      • Luis Vazquez Grecko: ¿Cuáles son los escenarios que se vislumbran en torno a los posibles sucesores?

        13 February at 01:26 · 
      • Amr Fekry I love it
        it’s my – and our – history

        16 hours ago · 
      • Témoris Grecko Luis, échale un ojo a Proceso del fin que viene. Pero está muy verde todavía, falta mucho.
        Mabrouk فكرى

        15 hours ago ·  ·  1 person
      • Témoris Grecko Bibiana, exacto… y mira que están planeando

        15 hours ago · 
      • Ruth Dávila ‎”La historia es nuestra y la escriben los pueblos” Salvador Allende

        15 hours ago ·  ·  1 person
      • Luis Vazquez

        Disculpa Témoris por quererte utilizar de oráculo. Pero de todas formas tu visión y puntos de vista son muy acertados.

        ¿Ya se ha pronunciado Israel en torno a todo este movimiento? Pero también sería importante conocer la opinión de Samir Am…See more

        11 hours ago · 
      • Témoris Grecko No sé qué dicen ellos pero los israelíes quieren que les garanticen sus acuerdos y eso lo hicieron ya, aunque sea por el momento. Veremos.

        5 hours ago · 
      • Témoris Grecko

        Luis, esto es de ayer por la noche:
        10:41pm Israeli Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu says that while he hope Egypt’s efforts to achieve democracy succeeds, he has to “prepare for the worst” as well.

        Netanyahu reiterated hopes that that Egypt will stick by a 1979 peace treaty with Israel, as the new military rulers in
        Cairo said they would in a statement issued on Saturday.

        “No one knows what the future in Egypt will bring,” he told American Jewish leaders in speech in Jerusalem, adding “I cannot simply hope for the best, I must also prepare for the worst.”

        4 hours ago · 
  • Temoris!! We can meet later artound 4 may be or 5 so don’t be rush
    I’m heading to tahrir for the alst time and then will meet you ..

    12 February at 12:15 ·  ·  · See friendship
  • ‎”The edifice of despotic government totters to its fall. Strive so far as you can to destroy the foundations of this despotism, not to pluck up and cast out its individual agents.” Traveler, political activist and journalist Jamal al-Din al-Afghani (1838-97) who witnessed authoritarian regimes in 19th century’s Egypt, Iran, Turkey and Afghanistan.

    12 February at 10:39 ·  · 

  • About Switzerland ordering a freeze on Mubarak’s accounts, its importance is largely exaggerated. The Swiss don’t know whether Mubarak has any assets in the country. Along with this announcement, they issued an order to the banks to report on this. He might have nothing there, and there are too many opaque fiscal paradises to hide his fortune. Wait to see how serious this is

    12 February at 10:01 ·  · 

      • Hurrem Sonmez I remember some days ago Epyptian lawyers applied to court aganist the Mubarek’s assets and corruption.. court can search his wealth and asset all around the world…

        12 February at 16:56 · 
      • Témoris Grecko They can’t. Most rich and corrupt people like him keep their money in fiscal paradises tolerated/encouraged by the Western powers

        12 February at 23:59 · 
  • The Revolution roar is being heard today in the Arab world, from Morocco to Yemen. Out of it, I was thinking of Iran. But why only Muslim countries? I wish the Israeli blind majority could inspire itself to open its eyes and reencounter a hunger for justice. They don’t need to overthrow anyone, they have the democratic tools. They have to stage a Revolution of conscience

    12 February at 09:53 ·  · 

  • I hear that the army is removing the barricades that protect the little Republic of Tahrir. Is the Revoultion finished? Did it achieve its goals? Mubarak’s departure was all they wanted?

    12 February at 09:48 ·  · 
  • Témoris Grecko…hablo de países, y de esperanzas…hablo de la vida hablo de la nada…hablo de cambiar esta nuestra casa..🙂

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    TEMA TOCADO EN TODAS LAS VOSES TODAS QUE SE REALIZO EN ECUADOR…GRANDE FITO…

    12 February at 07:42 · View post · Remove tag
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  • Felicidades guapo!!!!! Y muy merecidas…por estar cubriendo con tu pluma (o dedo) y tu corazón este gran episodio de la historia! Después de años de rolar por el mundo, entender al otro y contar sus historias te merecias tener el privilegio de vivir una victoria como la de hoy…ed essere travolto dalla grande gioia sentendoti egiziano anche tu!

    12 February at 05:44 ·  ·  · See friendship

      • Primavera Téllez Girón ¡¡¡Témoris insisto eres lo máximo!!! y sí te mereces haber vivido este momento histórico y… ¡totalmente apoyo lo que dice Alice! te mando un abrazo😉

        12 February at 06:52 · 
      • Rodrigo de Alba Grrrrrr… yo no puedo decir cosas tan bonitas. Uno, por que no soy bonito como uds. ambas. Dos: por que lo envidio!!!!

        12 February at 07:32 · 
      • Témoris Grecko Rodri, pero qué dices, muchacho? Pero por supuesto que eres muy bonito! Yo lo sé! En el fondo sí que lo eres! :p
        Besos chicas y chico!

        12 February at 11:08 ·  ·  2 people
  • Espero hayas celebrado este momento histórico estimado amigo!! ¡Eres muy afortunado, pero más afortunados somos quienes te conocemos y apreciamos!

    12 February at 04:52 ·  ·  · See friendship

      • Témoris Grecko Muchas gracias Miguel, un gran abrazo!

        12 February at 10:05 · 
      • Miguel Acosta Nuevo abrazo!

        12 February at 15:46 · 
  • Témoris, mándame tus textos de junio y julio-agosto y las notitas que te pedí, aparece

    12 February at 02:21 ·  ·  · See friendship
  • ‎11-2-11: Auspicious date for Egypt!

    12 February at 02:08 ·  · 

  • Eres lo máximo amigooo.. que bárbaro.. quisiera estar ahí retratando todo, ser parte de esta historia.. te abrazo desde acá… (y por favor cuidate mucho..)..

    12 February at 01:31 ·  ·  · See friendship

      • Témoris Grecko Muchos besototes querida Grace!

        12 February at 10:04 · 

 

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