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Middle East on fire

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posted on Feb, 1 2011 @ 11:20 PM
OK I'll leave since I dont know anything and all my predictions are wrong but before I do would you take time to look at this. Oh yeah,I'm right,troll on bros.

The cleansing begins.

posted on Feb, 1 2011 @ 11:28 PM
What's with ATS and the date of when a topic/post was posted...they always say 09/30/10
WTF is that?
I can never stay updated with what threads are relevant..Seems like this thread started last year?

posted on Feb, 1 2011 @ 11:54 PM
How long before the Iraqis rise? it seems the government over there is getting nervous as well.But then they have direct US Government support so if we see a popular uprising expect to see US troops in the streets of Baghdad along with the Iraqi army.
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posted on Feb, 2 2011 @ 12:36 AM
reply to post by nickoli

A Facebook comment thread? Seriously? Wow. Just wow.

This has been............interesting. Can't wait to read your Soros thread.

posted on Feb, 2 2011 @ 04:01 AM

Stock Exchange to remain closed on Thursday.

French President Sarkozy calls for a peaceful transfer of power in #Egypt without delay.

Army Statement "The Army requests protesters to return to their homes so that stability is returned to Egypt"

Basically stop protesting?

"You have the power allow Egypt to return normal life. We are with you. We will continue to secure our country"

You're not with the people, you're backstabbing them in their revolution.

Breaking Al Arabiya: "Internet services are restored in Egypt"

Report: U.S. military unit being deployed to Egyptian Sinai Peninsula (Haaretz)

Apparently it's supposed to be routine...

Arab press: ElBaradei proposes temporary presidential council until elections (Ch. 10)


On Day 9 of protests, protesters renew call for Mubarak quit (Reuters)

Yemen president says won't extend presidential term (Reuters)


Labor MK Ben-Eliezer: U.S. call for Mubarak to leave 'catastrophic' (Army Radio)

Freaking shill for tyrants.

China avoids comment on calls for reform in Egypt (Reuters)

Palestinian report: Surinam recognizes independent Palestinian state (Ch. 10)

Obama: An orderly transition in Egypt must be peaceful and must begin now (Haaretz)

So NOW you're saying Mubarak must go? Too late.

10:36am Israeli warplanes are overflying the Western sector, Tyre, Nabatiyeh, Iqlim al-Tuffah, Kfarkila, al-Khiam, Jezzine and the Western Bekaa.

Israel violating again the Lebanese airspace... at least Hezbollah didn't fire at them.

9:00am MP Oqab Saqr to VDL (100.5): Miqati came to power through a coup. Any participation in the cabinet would give legitimacy to the coup.

Now that the army seems to have back stabbed the revolution... I think Mubarak won't go till the ``election`` in September....

Update : Lots of security guards, fully armed in Cairo... analysts expects lots of violence today.
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posted on Feb, 2 2011 @ 05:13 AM

Egyptian curfew has changed. State-imposed curfew now runs from 5pm to 7am

NDP Members of Parliament (hold 97% of the seats) are behind the pro-Mubarak protests in Cairo, estimated at 10,000 people.

The Oil Minister, Sameh Fahmy, has issued orders to employees in oil companies to take part in pro-Mubarak protests. #Jan25 #Egypt

Back from #Tahrir, pro-govt crowds forming. No conflict so far but paired w/army statement, a worrying development

From reports... they are about 300 pro-Mubarak protesters... fail.

Al Jazeera: Internet working again in Egypt, but social networking websites like Facebook, Twitter still blocked.

NYT's Kirkpatrick in Tahrir on rival pro and anti-regime groups chanting in and around square: "It's a very different square today".

"Mubarak killed 300 Egyptian civilians , their blood is not going to be wasted".

"The blood of the martyrs won't go in vain"

AlArabiya reporter: Clashes between protesters and supporters

A Fox news team has gone missing in Cairo amid fears that the regime is rounding up journalists and film crews

Wouldn't surprise me if they are in Iraq instead of Egypt...

#feb2 #Egypt Revolutionary Committee assembly enacts NEW Constitution, appoints transition leaders, calls elections. #jan25


posted on Feb, 2 2011 @ 05:28 AM
IMO, the only way to see where this revolution is actually headed is for people to take up arms. It appears that they can't fully rely on the army, my assumption based on their earlier comments. Peaceful protests are leading them nowhere, and some of them have realized that.

If people would go back to their homes, the only thing Mubarak would do is make their lives a lot harder then they were before, and when he's done having his fun, he can retire with all the money and property he stole and rule the country from behind the scenes.

posted on Feb, 2 2011 @ 05:34 AM

Mubarak concessions 'insufficient': Egypt protesters continue to demand president's immediate ouster

History may be repeating itself. Former tunisian prez Ben Ali gave 3 speeches and said not re-running in elex b4 fleeing #Egypt #jan25 #feb1

This could prove rather interesting..

posted on Feb, 2 2011 @ 05:36 AM
Something isn't right. So basically NOTHING IS CHANGING???

I was listening to BBC last night on short wave, and they were so biased in their opinions, basically calling for mubarak to stay until september. You were right yesterday Vitchilo ... the barbed wire.

How can he stay? I mean, he can hardly go for a walk in "his" own country? And now he even has more time to hurt people. Egyptians will regret letting this go, if they do.

The other though i had last night, is that this only worked because mubarak hesitated. The next country to try, for example Syria, will be met with BRUTAL force. Thats where the bloodbath will come. Already Bashar was heards saying that what is happening in the arab world is a "sickness".

Too much happening too fast, and as someone pointed out last night on BBC, this resembles the 1979 Iranian revolution, which as we know was VERY successfully hijacked by the islam icfundamentalist platform.

posted on Feb, 2 2011 @ 05:55 AM

Turkish prime minister says Mubarak's actions insufficient (DPA)

E.U. says Mubarak moving in right direction but cabinet make-up not representative (Reuters)

Egypt parliament speaker says constitution reforms must come within 2.5 months (Reuters)

U.K. PM Cameron: Change in Egypt needs to start now (Reuters)

Thousands of pro-Mubarak people/security forces on the move towards the freedom square in Cairo

They say about 20 000!

Right now : Pro-Mubarak and anti-Mubarak crowds on each side of the square... with thin line of army people between them... oh boy.

posted on Feb, 2 2011 @ 05:57 AM
reply to post by harryhaller

Yep... and the problem with the peaceful protests failing... people will think that the extremists were right and the only way to go is to go violent...

So... I would expect car bombs and the like... as soon as mid-late next week.

posted on Feb, 2 2011 @ 06:11 AM
The state television of Egypt is now using the infiltration of pro-Mubarak supporters on Tahrir square to tell their viewers that they are all PRO MUBARAK on Tahrir square today!

Pesky state propagandists!

posted on Feb, 2 2011 @ 06:27 AM
reply to post by Chevalerous

Clashes are now breaking out on Tahrir square between the two groups!

posted on Feb, 2 2011 @ 06:27 AM
Can we please, just for the record state, that the pro mubarak crowd consist of 2 main groups.

1. Undercover police thugs, who are ARMED
2. Petrol company employees who have bee instructed to support mubarak.

It's these same policethugs that have made Egypt unbearable, and apparently have 100% backing by Mubarak. HE is a thug!! This is what Egyptians HAVE to fight, and blood is coming. Unavoidable, Mubarak would rather see his country men dead than look after them as he "swore" to do.

posted on Feb, 2 2011 @ 06:30 AM
I hate being right on this thing,its ugly now. Mubaraks promise to not rerun has taken the fire out of the movement. Reporters are being beat,camaras smashed,pro Mubarak goons infiltration,al jazzera live feed off. Those who were organizing better get out of Egypt now and just hope he does leave because they'll be hunted down like dogs.

people join us at Tahrir sq. Our numbers are sharply decreasing and we're exhausted #egypt #jan25 plz rt &sms

posted on Feb, 2 2011 @ 06:51 AM

Clashes erupt now, rocks sticks flying in each direction. 8 people pulling out to anti mubarak side with bloody heads #Egypt 19 minutes ago
in Tahrir: people throwing stones, rocks, metal, anything.. people fighting body to body.. pushing, running.. horrible ! #egypt #jan25

Ok, violence has been instigated by the MUBARAK thugs

Time to take mubarak into Cairo for a little sightseeing.

posted on Feb, 2 2011 @ 06:53 AM
Watching the live feed.

It looks like things are getting ugly after all. This is looking bad for the protesters.

Damn treacherous army. They'd better intervene or it's going to be a massacre.

posted on Feb, 2 2011 @ 06:59 AM
Pro Mubarak supporter-thugs on camels and horses are now storming into the crowds hitting people with big sticks!

Freaking unbelievable scenes!

Some of the horseriders are being dragged down on the ground from their horses by anti-Mubarak people on the square, they now have some of these horses and camels in their control!
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posted on Feb, 2 2011 @ 07:17 AM
Mubarak just lost ANY sympathy he may have had, now they want him to stand trial, rightly so!!

How can he EVER be welcome anywhere in the world after this? Is he really stupid enough to think people will fall for the lies? Apparently ... 82 years old and senile.

The Egyptians must be strong, and it appears they are not backing down. Mubarak rested, and is now attacking the tired people. They must fight until they drag him out his palace. In fact no, just burn the palace.

posted on Feb, 2 2011 @ 07:20 AM

Internet service in #egypt has gone down #jan25

Mubarak supporters charge protesters in Cairo on horses & camels, before being surrounded, dragged from their animals #Egypt

Egyptian opposition figure ElBaradei accuses the government of using “scare tactics” #Egypt #Mubarak #Cairo

Demonstrators on the new government #egypt #jan25 #mubarak

Video translation not required. Images speak for themselves.


Tahrir square itself still fairly calm & in hands of anti mubarak protestors. U know how peaceful it was before pro mubarak guys arrived!

Army doing nothing to stop this civilian battle outside cairo museum. Tanks sit amongst a flurry of rocks as battle ebbs n flows. #Egypt

8 guys on horses + 1 on a camel just charged the wall of anti govt supporters. Insane scenes that i've not ever witnessed before! #Egypt

I saw two camera crews (neither from our channel) chased by mobs yelling "Al Jazeera! Al Jazeera!" #jan25 #egypt

AJ Live: police ID... confirms suspicions...

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