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    Posted January 29, 2011 by
    London, United Kingdom
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    Revolution in Egypt

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    Egyptians demonstrating in front of the Egyptian Embassy in London UK


    These pictures and video were taken in front of the Egyptian Embassy in London, showing part of a peaceful demonstration that took place for several hours, organised by Egyptians from all backgrounds and relegious backgrounds, as well as fellow Londoners who all joined to show solidarity to the brave Egyptian citizens all across Egypt who are fighting for their legitimate basic rights of dignity, security and freedom of choosing their leader.


    Everyone was very passionate about their strong cause, with some coming by trains from out of London after news about the peaceful demonstration was socialised on Facebook and Twitter, everyone expressed their disbelief and anger regarding the security of their home town, families and property back home, the demonstration was very civilized, with no bad words exchanged and all was under distant control by the British police. No confrontations or injuries were reported.

    People were chanting "Down.. Down.. Mubarak... you've betrayed us all.. you've betrayed your nation.. all the nation is saying to you.. Hosni Mubarak Out.. Out of My country.. out of OUR country"

    The protesters were mostly Egyptian nationals, local professionals, students from all ages 18-50 with almost 20% women, all religionist, some even with Egyptian children as young as 2 years old with their mothers and around 20% Europeans/British.. all standing togeter in 2C cold weather.

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