Friday, February 11, 2011

11 Feb 2011: Today's Democracy Now!

Friday, February 11, 2011
•Exclusive Video: Protesters in Tahrir Square Voice Outrage After Mubarak Defiantly Refuses to Step Down
•Will the Egyptian Military Stage a Coup to Oust Mubarak?
•Live from Cairo: Democracy Now!’s Sharif Abdel Kouddous and Anjali Kamat on Egypt’s “Farewell Friday”
•Post-Mubarak: What Will Egypt Look Like the Day After the Regime Ends?
•Prominent Egyptian Blogger Released From Secret Military Detention
•A Day of Rage: Millions Fill Streets of Cairo, Alexandria, Suez Calling For End to Mubarak Regime
•“Our Hope Increases Day After Day”: Longtime Egyptian Human Rights Activist Nawal El Saadawi
•“Omar Suleiman, the CIA’s Man in Cairo and Egypt’s Torturer-in-Chief”
•"We Are Not Going Home Until This Regime Leaves”: Egyptian Blogger Alla Abdel-Fattah Reports from Cairo
Thursday, February 10, 2011
•Striking Egyptian Workers Fuel the Uprising After 10 Years of Labor Organizing
•Defying Regime Threats, Thousands of Workers Join Protesters in Tahrir Square
•Bush’s Shrinking World: George W. Bush Cancels Europe Trip as Human Rights Lawyers Threaten Legal Action over Torture
•Human Rights Attorney Bill Quigley on the U.S. Deportation Death Sentence and the Undermining of Meaningful Elections in Haiti
Wednesday, February 09, 2011
•After Record-Level Turnout in Tahrir, Egyptian Protests Spread to Parliament, Cabinet Buildings; Labor Unions Launch Strikes Nationwide
•“We Are Writing History by Our Blood”: Egyptian Physician on Why Protests Won’t End Until Mubarak Resigns
•Human Rights Watch: 300 Deaths, Massive Detentions and Abuse under Mubarak Regime Crackdown
•“People Are Taking Care of Each Other”: Democracy Now!’s Anjali Kamat Camps with Protesters Overnight in Tahrir Square
•“The Great Tragedy is Obama Chose Not to Hold Out His Hand”: Robert Fisk on the Gap Between U.S. Rhetoric and Action in the Egyptian Uprising

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