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Protesters in the Egyptian capital Cairo are preparing to stage a "Day of Departure" for President Hosni Mubarak.
Organisers are calling for tens of thousands of people to gather in Tahrir Square, where days of unrest have left at least 300 people dead.
Mr Mubarak is coming under increasing international pressure to resign, with the US now calling for an immediate transition of power.
But he has so far refused to go, saying doing so would leave Egypt in chaos.
Originally posted by 007Polytoks
Mubarak called for Israeli forces to help him?
Originally posted by bluemirage5
I'm watching Al Jazeera now......is that Israeli and American riot gear I see??? Seems those rumours of 2 plane loads of Israeli riot gear etc from Israel just may be correct!
This probably will be the largest demonstration yet. For so long as the protestors are prepared to stay in Tahrir Square indefinately I can see Mubarak resigning in days or weeks to come, not months, however I don't see him going to live in exile.