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It is amazing that the Ismaic republic of Iran who did exactly the same type of attacks against it’s own citizens a few years ago and none of the images of the brutal attacks against the peaceful demonstrators where ever publishes in any of IRI papers. But now that the people of Egypt doing the same thing, IRI does not hesitate to show this to the world and call for support of those people’s desire for ‘freedom’.

An old persian proverb says, the light that is needed in the house should not be give to the mosque (چراغی که به خانه رواست به مسجد حرم است). But for the lunatics in charge of Iran today, anything can be used as propaganda, what they don’t know is that people in Iran will be inspired by the bravery of their Egyptian brothers and will do the same thing with Khamenei as they are doing with Mubarak, it is just a matter of time.

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Photos: Protests in Egypt

Protests-Egypt-2011-iOn 25 January 2011 extensive civil unrest and rioting began in Egypt. Despite violence, the situation seemed more controlled chiefly through the moderating effects of the army’s presence on the street.

The protesters appeared to have a clear objective — the removal of Mubarak’s regime.

The 2011 protests have been the largest demonstrations seen in Egypt since the 1977 Egyptian Bread Riots and “unprecedented” in scope, drawing participants from a variety of socio-economic backgrounds and faiths.

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The demonstrations and riots started in the weeks after the Tunisian uprising, with many protesters carrying Tunisian flags as a symbol of their influence.

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Grievances for Egyptian protesters have focused on legal and political issues including police brutality, state of emergency laws, lack of free elections and free speech, and corruption, as well as economic issues including high unemployment,  food price inflation,  and low minimum wages.

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Many opposition groups have given Mohamed ElBaradei, former head of the International Atomic Energy Agency, a mandate to negotiate a unity government.

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