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4 years now since the best youth movement started digging Mubarak’s regime grave

4 years young people suffering for freedom, dignity & humanity

4 years Young people standing tall
When elders choose to crawl

4 years still defying monsters

4 years dictators worst nightmare

Happy new year 6 April
Hope u another 40 years

6April youth movement English site

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The 8th of June, tomorrow
We all have to gather at Tahrir sq.
At 1 pm, we will start moving from all mosques and churches
Our legitimate demands are:
1.acceleration of trial of Mubarak & his corrupted regime publicly
2.prosecuting all the corrupted police forces quickly to bring justice to all 25 revolution martyrs
3.stop military trials for civilian immediately
4.reviewing all the laws that was made WITHOUT the public consent
5.stop interfering in freedom of press
& full freedom of strikes and protests
6.purifying all ministries from the ex regime men and ending the local councils
7.national consensus on the principles of making new constitution

We all Egyptians won’t stop fighting till we get all freedom we deserve,
All our rights that our martyrs scarified their life for.
Long live for FREE EGYPT


Our demands Since the revolution begun, and it still the same since neither the government nor SCAF listen to us:

1. A technocratic government WITHOUT ANY OF LAST REGIME MEN.

2. NEW constitution, NOT repairing the old one, ITS NOT A CAR FOR GOD SAKE.

3. END OF THE EMERGENCY STATE, enough is enough, we don’t care what the country going throw right now, it’s irrelevant.

4. Ending the state security “Amn El-dawla”, and putting all of its thugs in PRISON, they criminal how they will be distributed to any other security forces.

5.Putting Mubarak and his thugs in prison, and see if any of them deserve execution, many does, AND NO AMNESTY,AND TRANSPARENT, PUBLIC TRIAL

 

6.Independent jurisdiction to hold corruption accountable.

7.Free Media, YOUR MEDIA STILL SUCKS

8.FREE election

9.Last but MOST IMPORTANT, freedom to all prisoners of conscience “Political prisoners“, whether they rotting in jail for years, or great SCAF trialed them a military trials.

10.CIVIL interior minister, the one in power now not really working and suspicious, and in past all good interior minister were civilian, and ministry is political position not security position.

A lot of Egyptians don’t agree on the coming part, but i and a lot other think its very important, and i think most of who don’t agree will find it very necessary with time:

A “Civil presidential council”, and i insist on the “CIVIL”; because i don’t find any good reason why should any military officer should run a country, we tried this for the past 60 years, and of course u can see where that lead us, if u don’t know 2 other revolutions after the one officer blew it.

CIVIL council will gave the emerging new parties to take place, since now we don’t have any good parties to be in power, just the “cartoonish” referring to the parties the falling regime played them  like marionette,

Or Muslims brotherhood, who ever be in power, it should be a strong opposition to it, unless we want weak democracy.

 


this revolution was made so we gain control over all Egypt again, to take it back from US & Israel, to have a complete sovereignty over our own home,
One of our demands is to open Rafah crossing, after 4 years siege around Gaza, the one horrific siege that was supported by the monster dictator Husni Mubarak,
No that he’s gone forever no body knows why the crossing not opened yet, or why it’s not opened appropriately
http://theonlydemocracy.org/2011/06/top-10-reasons-why-rafah-opening-doesnt-c…
Some say there is pressure on SCAF not to open the border by US & Israel , because they don’t wanna end the seige

So ? What we gonna do? What we should do to fulfill our demands as WE want it, not according to what other want

More pressure, I think we should gather as we did in the first 18 days of the revolution so we can accomplish what we want, nothing else gonna work.


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DON’T FORGET OUR DEMANDS :

One of our demands is to suit the killers, our executioners, our oppressors
the people who didn’t stop torturing us for the past 30 years,

Some of them fled since the revolution started, some are now in jail, being suit for financial,political & criminal charges.
A lot think its just a charade, just because people insisted on going to Sharm where the ex-president were living like kings,
and after they put Safwat Elsherref, Azmy Beshara, Fathy Soroor, Gamaal & Alaa Mubarak in jail, 
people started to wonder why they did’t put Suzan Mubarak the first lady of Egypt in custody too.
After some pressure they did, and after few days she got out after turning few millions,

You can imaging how frustrated we are, we were crushed by the news, it felt to bitter to know that 
the snake wife got away with what she did, and that mean of course that she wont be the only one to buy her freedom with money, with our stolen money

So? do you still think our demand fulfilled ?


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Dear Mr President,
Forgive us if we have overstepped our limits in conveying our advice, because it only stems from our concern for Syria — a country rich in history, important in its role and geographical position — and from our fear of the potential loss of the legacy of a young reformist leader, who had been a source of optimism in the region at a complex period, especially in the ‘Fertile Crescent’.
Syria borders troubled Iraq, a vicious Israeli occupation of Palestine, Lebanon’s clashing sects, the resurgence of new Ottomanism, a stoic and unresponsive Egypt, and an Iranian expansion — politically, socially and strategically.
In the wake of the recent uprisings and calls for reforms from the Arab youth, we thought that the likes of you, Mr President, will take the initiative in carrying out reforms and face up to the inevitable outcome that his current regime had been unceasingly avoiding for many decades under the banner and pretence of resistance and defiance.

We thought that Syria would be able to overcome the events in Daraa and quickly address the lack of freedoms and the supremacy of the security mentality. And to address the lingering questions about the myths of the absolute leader and the one and only ruling party. Lessons can be drawn from the experience of the late Iraqi president Saddam Hussain and his Baath party.


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The 3rd demand as you can see in the pic is a new constitution, one that represent and convey all our hopes and dreams,

But after a stupid show of the referendum
the one got us all fight about it, wether to agree or not, and after people said yes, the SCAF just ignored that and did what the wanted,they put all the improved articles of the constitution general announcement of the constitution,

till now every thing is OK, till u get the point that they put also a lot of the articles that give the next president not far less than Mubarak powers & authorities

U can claim as much as u want that now no president will be another Pharaoh, but
Why put it in the first place?