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Publish Date : Saturday 29 January 2011 - 12:29
, Translator : Aabid Waqar
Islam Times Exclusive:
50 Thousand Gather in Al-Tahrir Square, Cairo
Islam Times – The protests in Egypt are so large that in the Al-Tahrir Square alone there are 50,000 people.
Islam Times reports that anti-government protests in Egypt were able to exceed the number of 50 thousand in the Al-Tahrir Square. This is the fifth day of protests in Egypt; a day where enters a new stage. The people of Egypt defied martial law and protested last night. They rejected the promises of Hosni Mubarak to change the government. They are demanding a total resignation of the political system in Egypt; they are demanding the resignation of Hosni Mubarak.

The protests are reaching such heights that supporters of the government cannot remain silent. America has asked Mubarak to refrain from being violent with the protestors and to reform Egypt’s political system. The European Union issued a statement demanding the violence to stop.

The Egyptian television announced that martial law will continue. The martial law was not respected last night; we will see what happens tonight.

© Islam Times
Source : Islam Times
Story Code: 52465