Sunday, February 6, 2011

EGYPT: Ant-Mubarak Protesters, "It is a Youth Movement"

Now to the streets of Cairo. Right now, you are meeting three Egyptian protesters in the thick of this crisis. You won't believe the video and stories they are about to tell you.

Teymour el Derini, Naguib Taraboulsi and Karim Hefzy joins us on Skype from Cairo. Good evening. And Teymour, tell me, why did you want President Mubarak out?



The full Story is here.

5 comments:

kelly said...

I hope what they are saying they want is true and that the majority of those in the streets want the same thing. If not, it will be a major problem for us in the future.

BOSMAN said...

I think Romney has the right idea. Do not publicly condemn Mubarak or ask him to step down.

Behind the scenes, we can urge him to transition his government to a Democratic form helping to insure no radical elements try to take control.

Anonymous said...

We should watch things REAL CLOSE.

Stay in the background as long as it appears that a smooth transition to a democratic government is taking place.

zeke

Revolution 2010 said...

Call me skeptical.

3 males do a skype interview and everyone is suppose to think that their goal represent the goals of all those rioting?

I don't buy it.

phil said...

This is one of those cases where if you are not privy to intelligence over there, you don't know what to believe.