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Mubarak's Day of Departure Friday 4, 2011

Discussion in 'International Forum' started by Gurudumu, Feb 4, 2011.

  1. Gurudumu

    Gurudumu JF-Expert Member

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    If Mubarak survives today's demand for his departure, he will survive anything. Sijui wale polisi waliojigeuza waandamanaji wanaomuunga mkono jana wametokomea wapi leo.
     
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    Do u have any updates from Cairo after the Jumaa prayer?
     
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    Egypt's 'final push' protests begin
    Protesters flood Tahrir Square, for 'Day of Departure' against a president who has said he is ready to go but not yet.
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    The government has called opposition parties, including the Muslim Brotherhood, for talks. [AFP]


    Chants urging President Hosni Mubarak to leave are reverberating across Cairo's Tahrir Square, Egypt's protest epicentre, where thousands have gathered for what they said was the the "Day of Departure".

    As the country entered its eleventh day of unrest, mass demonstrations commenced after Friday prayers.

    "The feel here is that today is the final day for Mubarak, it's time for him to go," Gigi Ibrahim, a political activist told Al Jazeera from Tahrir Square.

    "This whole process has been about who is more determined and who is not willing to give up. And everyday [the protesters] get more and more determined," Ibrahim said.

    Mohamed Hussein Tantawi, Egypt's defence minister, also visited the square earlier on Friday. He talked with the protesters along with some military commanders.

    Earlier, Ahmed Shafiq, Egypt's new prime minister, said the interior minister should not obstruct Friday's peaceful marches. And Mubarak, on his part said "he wanted to leave office, but feared there will be chaos if he did".

    Speaking to America's ABC television he said, "I am fed up. After 62 years in public service, I have had enough. I want to go." But he added: "If I resign today, there will be chaos."

    Mubarak's government has struggled to regain control of a nation angry about poverty, recession and political repression, inviting the Muslim Brotherhood - Egypt's most organised opposition movement - to talks and apologising for Wednesday's bloodshed in Cairo.

    Al Jazeera update
     
  4. Gurudumu

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    kila mara wanaonesha misururu ya watu wengi kwenye barabara za kuingia liberation sqaure wakidai "thousands waiting to pass security checks to enter libearation square'. Ina maana polisi/jeshi wanakagua watu kabla ya kuingia? kama hivyo basi nawavulia kofia
     
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    Ohoo, wametoa jibu. Demonstrators themselves are manning security points and are policing themselves!!

    Wananikumbusha Chadema tarehe 12 January siku ya mazishi ya wapigania uhuru Arusha
     
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    Hawezi kufika mwisho wa wiki ijayo akiwa madarakani. Kimsingi hana njia lazima tu aondoke.
     
  7. Gurudumu

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    Mubarak amesema anataka kuondoka lakini anaogopa akiondoka nchi itatumbukia kwenye machafuko!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
     
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    Maswali yangu:
    Hivi akiondoka nini chatarajiwa kujiri...
    Asipoondoka napo nini chatarajiwa kujiri...
    Natatizwa kidogo kupata reality ya mambo/siasa za mashariki ya kati.
     
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    Makamu wa rais amesema "We will not use force but we will ask them to go home and ask their parents to ask them to come home" Christiana Amanpour akamwambia "But both the young people and their parents are at the square"
     
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    Mh! Pale kazi ipo, kwani wanaonyesha live aljazeera?
     
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    Kwakweli mimi ningependa huyo Mubarak angekua kashaondoka toka juzi. Naamini Egypt kuna watu wanaoweza kuingoza hiyo nchi vizuri, lakini ikiwa Mubarak ataachia madaraka leo, kuna yeyote mwenye wazo ni nani atachukua dola na kuongoza nchi?!! Kama kuna tetesi za makubalino ya wa-Egypt tafadhali wana-jf tupeane taarifa sababu nina wasiwasi ikiwa atang'oka leo kweli kama kutakua na muafaka nani akamate dola.
     
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    Isingekuwa support ya marekani na misri Mubarak angekuwa ameondaka long time
     
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    Fidel Castro: Hosni Mubarak's 'Fate Is Sealed'

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    Fidel Castro has joined the ranks of world leaders to comment on Egypt's deadly anti-government violence, going so far as to suggest that Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak is finished.
    The 84-year-old former dictator took to his blog Feb. 3, offering the following words on the beleaguered African nation and its leader:
    Mubarak's fate is sealed, not even the support of the United States will be able to save his government. The people of Egypt are an intelligent people with a glorious history who left their mark on civilization. "From the top of these pyramids, 40 centuries of history are looking down upon us," Bonaparte once said in a moment of exaltation when the revolution brought him to this extraordinary crossroads of civilizations.​
    Castro went on to call the death of Abdel Nasser, Mubarak's predecessor, an "irreversible setback for Egypt," before a bizarre series of cut-and-pasted news segments on the Egyptian protests. True to form, he also couldn't resist a jab at the U.S., also noting, "United States [sic] never stopped conspiring against the Arab world."
     
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    Naona mtu kama siafu
     
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    Bado watu wako Tahrir square
     
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    the dream that never was!
    The pharaoh is still in power...
     
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    CNN imeongea na Prime Minster most likely Mubarak atakuwepo mpaka uchaguzi utakapofanyika. Kwa ufupi Mubarak bado ataendelea kuiongoza Egypt according to the Prime Minster wa Egypt
     
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    Wamisri ni waoga kupita kiasi, wanaogopa kwenda ikulu yako kumtoa mtuhumiwa wao, kwa kujikusanya na kupiga kelele za chura, Mubarak hatatoka mpaka muda wake uishe, maana na yeye ameisha wasoma na kugundua kuwa protesters are cowards like a chickens
     
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    I think it is clear now who is deciding for Egyptians, that's why ballot boxes in africa are kiini macho tu
     
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