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An impassioned speech on human rights by Egyptian activist Asmaa Mahfouz led thousands of protesters to gather in Cairo's Tahrir Square on January 25, sparking a widespread movement against President Hosni Mubarak.
"Don't think you can be safe any more," Mahfouz said in her video, which was posted on Facebook January 18. "None of us are. Come down with us and demand your rights, my rights, your family's rights. I am going down on January 25th, and will say 'No to corruption. No to this regime.'"