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January 25, 2012

2012.01.25: Today, 4-7: Protest in Solidarity with the Egyptian Revolution

Filed under: International Human Rights — nyclaw01 @ 11:15 pm

From: Letwin, Michael
Sent: Wednesday, January 25, 2012 11:21 AM
To: 1199 Members; ALAA MEMBERS
Subject: Today, 4-7: Protest in Solidarity with the Egyptian Revolution

On the first anniversary of the Egyptian Revolution

Protest in Solidarity with the Egyptian Revolution






4:00pm until 7:00pm



Union Square


الثورة مستمرة The revolution is ongoing!

It is now a year since the Egyptian Revolution began and none of its’ demands have yet to be met. Our brothers and sisters are ALREADY out on the streets – in Tahrir Square in Cairo and other cities – demanding a civilian and democratic government and an end to the ruling dictatorial SCAF.

The Egyptian people demand:

1. The honoring, morally as well as financially of the families of 900+ protesters murdered and injured during the Egyptian revolution.

2. Immediate release of the detainees and end to all militarily trials of civilians.

3. Abolish military tribunals for civilians.

4. Bring to justice all government officials accountable, all who gave or executed orders to kill protesters over the past 12 months.

Now is our chance to stand in true solidarity with the people of Egyptian during one of the most crucial moments in Egyptian history. Now is our chance to show them that they are indeed not alone; the entire world is watching and participating.

We invite everyone to bring their families, friends and comrades to this much-needed action.

When we are finished, we will head to the Ad Hoc Coalition to Defend the Egyptian Revolution’s Panel on Egypt @8pm at Alwan for the Arts, linked below:

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