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President Hosni Mubarak has defended the role of Egypt's security forces in suppressing anti-government protests which have rocked the country.
Mr Mubarak also dismissed his government and said a new cabinet would be announced on Saturday.
It was his first statement since the protests - in which at least 26 have died with hundreds injured - began.
Tens of thousands took part in protests in Cairo, Suez, Alexandria and other cities.
Protesters set fire to the headquarters of the governing NDP party and besieged state TV and the foreign ministry.
At least 13 people were killed in Suez on Friday, while in Cairo, five people died, according to medical sources.
Set ablaze
The authorities announced a curfew from 1800 to 0700 local time (1600-0500 GMT) which was immediately and widely flouted.
The headquarters of the governing NDP party has been set ablaze, while protesters also besieged the state broadcaster and the foreign ministry.
Mr Mubarak was speaking for the first time since the crisis began
Internet and phone services - both mobile and landline - have been severely disrupted, although protesters are using proxies to work around the restrictions.
Correspondents in Cairo say military helicopters have been circling overhead.
The US, which counts Egypt as a key ally, has appealed for calm from both sides, saying it has urged President Mubarak to enact reforms.
However, White House spokesman Robert Gibbs said Washington would review its aid to Egypt based on events in the coming days.
Britain, the US and France are advising against non-essential travel to Egypt.
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Chief Minister (5k+ posts)
Re: Egypt government dissolved

WOW !!!!!!!!!Thats sounds excellent ........... I wish we can learn man ....... We are the people ........


Wake and rise............rise up like a SUN so no one can darkens you except ALLAH SWT ...........................

Thats Revolution Must come in Pakistan now !!!!!!!!!! Not individual fearful suicides only ......... we do need a Revolution !!!!!!!!!!!!!


Senator (1k+ posts)
Re: Egypt government dissolved

Tunisia and Egypt........... Congratulation
Now you will see protests in Yemen and Morocco......... Good luck to both countries


Senator (1k+ posts)
Seraf 3 din ke ehtajaj ne goverment gira di..........Hum kab chagain ge... ye zardari, Shareef, Altaf bhee eik protest ki maar hain... seraf Pakistan awam himat keray tu


Senator (1k+ posts)
Seraf 3 din ke ehtajaj ne goverment gira di..........Hum kab chagain ge... ye zardari, Shareef, Altaf bhee eik protest ki maar hain... seraf Pakistan awam himat keray tu
It was PML-Q government meaning it Was Husni mubrak government, They BAD sheep is Husni mubarak? He is not easy to REMOVE


Minister (2k+ posts)
Ab koi hamare begherat aur kameenay hokamranon ko bhi koi galay mae pattha dal ke kenchen......


Egypt protests: America's secret backing for rebel leaders behind uprising

The American government secretly backed leading figures behind the Egyptian uprising who have been planning “regime change” for the past three years, The Daily Telegraph has learned.

By Tim Ross, Matthew Moore and Steven Swinford 9:23PM GMT 28 Jan 2011 183 Comments

The American Embassy in Cairo helped a young dissident attend a US-sponsored summit for activists in New York, while working to keep his identity secret from Egyptian state police.

On his return to Cairo in December 2008, the activist told US diplomats that an alliance of opposition groups had drawn up a plan to overthrow President Hosni Mubarak and install a democratic government in 2011.

The secret document in full

He has already been arrested by Egyptian security in connection with the demonstrations and his identity is being protected by The Daily Telegraph.

The crisis in Egypt follows the toppling of Tunisian president Zine al-Abedine Ben Ali, who fled the country after widespread protests forced him from office.

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The disclosures, contained in previously secret US diplomatic dispatches released by the WikiLeaks website, show American officials pressed the Egyptian government to release other dissidents who had been detained by the police.
Mr Mubarak, facing the biggest challenge to his authority in his 31 years in power, ordered the army on to the streets of Cairo yesterday as rioting erupted across Egypt.
Tens of thousands of anti-government protesters took to the streets in open defiance of a curfew. An explosion rocked the centre of Cairo as thousands defied orders to return to their homes. As the violence escalated, flames could be seen near the headquarters of the governing National Democratic Party.
Police fired rubber bullets and used tear gas and water cannon in an attempt to disperse the crowds.
At least five people were killed in Cairo alone yesterday and 870 injured, several with bullet wounds. Mohamed ElBaradei, the pro-reform leader and Nobel Peace Prize winner, was placed under house arrest after returning to Egypt to join the dissidents. Riots also took place in Suez, Alexandria and other major cities across the country.
William Hague, the Foreign Secretary,
urged the Egyptian government to heed the “legitimate demands of protesters”. Hillary Clinton, the US Secretary of State, said she was “deeply concerned about the use of force” to quell the protests.
In an interview for the American news channel CNN, to be broadcast tomorrow,
David Cameron said: “I think what we need is reform in Egypt. I mean, we support reform and progress in the greater strengthening of the democracy and civil rights and the rule of law.”
The US government has previously been a supporter of Mr Mubarak’s regime. But the leaked documents show the extent to which America was offering support to pro-democracy activists in Egypt while publicly praising Mr Mubarak as an important ally in the Middle East.
In a secret diplomatic dispatch, sent on December 30 2008, Margaret Scobey, the US Ambassador to Cairo, recorded that opposition groups had allegedly drawn up secret plans for “regime change” to take place before elections, scheduled for September this year.
The memo, which Ambassador Scobey sent to the US Secretary of State in Washington DC, was marked “confidential” and headed: “April 6 activist on his US visit and regime change in Egypt.”
It said the activist claimed “several opposition forces” had “agreed to support an unwritten plan for a transition to a parliamentary democracy, involving a weakened presidency and an empowered prime minister and parliament, before the scheduled 2011 presidential elections”. The embassy’s source said the plan was “so sensitive it cannot be written down”.
Ambassador Scobey questioned whether such an “unrealistic” plot could work, or ever even existed. However, the documents showed that the activist had been approached by US diplomats and received extensive support for his pro-democracy campaign from officials in Washington. The embassy helped the campaigner attend a “summit” for youth activists in New York, which was organised by the US State Department.
Cairo embassy officials warned Washington that the activist’s identity must be kept secret because he could face “retribution” when he returned to Egypt. He had already allegedly been tortured for three days by Egyptian state security after he was arrested for taking part in a protest some years earlier.
The protests in Egypt are being driven by the April 6 youth movement, a group on Facebook that has attracted mainly young and educated members opposed to Mr Mubarak. The group has about 70,000 members and uses social networking sites to orchestrate protests and report on their activities.
The documents released by WikiLeaks reveal US Embassy officials were in regular contact with the activist throughout 2008 and 2009, considering him one of their most reliable sources for information about human rights abuses.


Senator (1k+ posts)
Re: Egypt government dissolved

I will be happy if I see a NEWs one day that Army dissovled the pakistan goverment and ASK Musharaf to come and take it
**** ko **** say saaf nahi kia ja sakta srf barrhaya ja sakta hai bhai.........

itni musebato say jan chuti mushi **** say tum phir lanay kay keh rahay ho!



The Arab world needs to learn a few fundamental lessons about the mechanics of CIA color revolutions, lest they replicate the tragic experience of Georgia, Ukraine, and so many others.

Washington DC, January 16, 2011 -- The US intelligence community is now in a manic fit of gloating over this weekend's successful overthrow of the Tunisian government of President Ben Ali. The State Department and the CIA, through media organs loyal to them, are mercilessly hyping the Tunisian putsch of the last few days as the prototype of a new second generation of color revolutions, postmodern coups, and US-inspired people power destabilizations. At Foggy Bottom and Langley, feverish plans are being made for a veritable Mediterranean tsunami designed to topple most existing governments in the Arab world, and well beyond. The imperialist planners now imagine that they can expect to overthrow or weaken the governments of Libya, Egypt, Syria, Jordan, Algeria, Yemen, and perhaps others, while the CIA's ongoing efforts to remove Italian Prime Minister Berlusconi (because of his friendship with Putin and support for the Southstream pipeline) make this not just an Arab, but rather a pan-Mediterranean, orgy of destabilization.

Hunger revolution, not Jasmine revolution

Washington's imperialist planners now believe that they have successfully refurbished their existing model of CIA color revolution or postmodern coup. This method of liquidating governments had been losing some of its prestige after the failure of the attempted plutocratic Cedars revolution in Lebanon, the rollback of the hated IMF-NATO Orange revolution in Ukraine, the ignominious collapse of June 2009 Twitter revolution in Iran, and the widespread discrediting of the US-backed Roses revolution in Georgia because of the warmongering and oppressive activities of fascist madman Saakashvili. The imperialist consensus is now that the Tunisian events prefigure a new version of people power coup specifically adapted to today's reality, specifically that of a world economic depression, breakdown crisis, and disintegration of the globalized casino economy.

The Tunisian tumults are being described in the US press as the "Jasmine revolution," but it is far more accurate to regard them as a variation on the classic hunger revolution. The Tunisian ferment was not primarily a matter of the middle class desire to speak out, vote, and blog. It started from the Wall Street depredations which are ravaging the entire planet: outrageously high prices for food and fuel caused by derivatives speculation, high levels of unemployment and underemployment, and general economic despair. The detonator was the tragic suicide of a vegetable vendor in Sidi Bouzid who was being harassed by the police. As Ben Ali fought to stay in power, he recognized what was causing the unrest by his gesture of lowering food prices. The Jordanian government for its part has lowered food prices there by about 5%.


For the first time in human history almost all of humanity is politically activated, politically conscious and politically interactive... The resulting global political activism is generating a surge in the quest for personal dignity, cultural respect and economic opportunity in a world painfully scarred by memories of centuries-long alien colonial or imperial domination... The worldwide yearning for human dignity is the central challenge inherent in the phenomenon of global political awakening... That awakening is socially massive and politically radicalizing... The nearly universal access to radio, television and increasingly the Internet is creating a community of shared perceptions and envy that can be galvanized and channeled by demagogic political or religious passions. These energies transcend sovereign borders and pose a challenge both to existing states as well as to the existing global hierarchy, on top of which America still perches...

The youth of the Third World are particularly restless and resentful. The demographic revolution they embody is thus a political time-bomb, as well... Their potential revolutionary spearhead is likely to emerge from among the scores of millions of students concentrated in the often intellectually dubious "tertiary level" educational institutions of developing countries. Depending on the definition of the tertiary educational level, there are currently worldwide between 80 and 130 million "college" students. Typically originating from the socially insecure lower middle class and inflamed by a sense of social outrage, these millions of students are revolutionaries-in-waiting, already semi-mobilized in large congregations, connected by the Internet and pre-positioned for a replay on a larger scale of what transpired years earlier in Mexico City or in Tiananmen Square. Their physical energy and emotional frustration is just waiting to be triggered by a cause, or a faith, or a hatred...

[The] major world powers, new and old, also face a novel reality: while the lethality of their military might is greater than ever, their capacity to impose control over the politically awakened masses of the world is at a historic low. To put it bluntly: in earlier times, it was easier to control one million people than to physically kill one million people; today, it is infinitely easier to kill one million people than to control one million people.

Zbigniew Brzezinski
Former U.S. National Security Advisor
Co-Founder of the Trilateral Commission
Member, Board of Trustees, Center for Strategic and International Studies

Extracted from
Zbigniew Brzezinski, The Global Political Awakening. The New York Times: December 16, 2008:; “Major Foreign Policy Challenges for the Next US President,” International Affairs, 85: 1, (2009); The Dilemma of the Last Sovereign. The American Interest Magazine, Autumn 2005:; The Choice: Global Domination or Global Leadership. Speech at the Carnegie Council: March 25, 2004:; America’s Geopolitical Dilemmas. Speech at the Canadian International Council and Montreal Council on Foreign Relations: April 23, 2010:


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Prime Minister (20k+ posts)
Re: Egypt government dissolved

I will be happy if I see a NEWs one day that Army dissovled the pakistan goverment and ASK Musharaf to come and take it
under what law and logic you think Mush cab asked to form a govt? IMPOSSIBLE

If Kyani were to ask Mush after dissolving PPP govt, some Generals would commit mutiny. They would rather be head themselves than a defamed and badmaash ex general...... impossible


MPA (400+ posts)
These protesters and ElBaradei these are not muslim they are munafaqeen.Elbaradei he is working for dollars.Yestarday was Iraq then Afghanistan and pakistan now Egypt.I hope not if egypt finish mark my word then they will go Saudi arabia.

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The Arabs must keep their eyes open because Zionist Israel is keeping its military options open

One thing that the Arabs must very careful about and keep an ardent eye is to on the alert if the Zionist Israel takes advantage of the political turmoil and instability in the region and orders its mighty armed forces to march into its neighbours territories and occupy chunk of their lands on the pretext that its borders are unsafe from the radicals who will take over many boot-licking regimes installed by the West.
The political weakness and instability in Egypt, Jordan and Saudi Arabia will give further weaken the Middle East peace process already derailed by Zionist Israel. I believe that the biggest beneficiary of this political upheaval in the region will be the Zionist State of Israel and losers are going to be the Palestinians. Zionist Israel will never sign a peace treaty with Palestinians as long as it is the only nuclear power in the region and the mightiest military power. It has the ability and capability to destroy its neighbors in few hours if it leashed its full might on them.
USA is ruled by the Zionist Jews and any military adventure by the Israelis at this juncture or in the future will be backed by Washington because their political interests are common in the region to keep western shoe-shining boys in power.


Re: The Arabs must keep their eyes open because Zionist Israel is keeping its military options open

For some strange reason..we Muslim have created this King Kong Image of Jews in Israel.

After all they are human too and the element of Fear is also there, right now what they see in and around there Small speck of a Country
They are sh#$@ing in there Pants..with fear.

All we have to do is keep pushing for the despotism leaders to be kicked out of Middle East for Good ...leave the rest on Allah Subhanahu wa-ta'ala
Very soon, Inshallah we all shall be able to offer prayers at Bait ul Maqdas soon .
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