I have a lot to tell about my story: a small story in the great event of the Egyptian revolution. How I started this website/blog and how I created the English page “We are all Khaled Said” working closely with Wael Ghonim who created the Arabic Page. How I focused on international awareness while he focused on [...]
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Egyptians living abroad can now go the Egyptian Elections Committee website to register online their interest to vote outside Egypt. Voting will be normally carried out at the Egyptian embassy in your country of residence. Registeration is easy. All you need to do is to: 1) Go to the Egyptian Elections Committee website at: http://www.elections2011.eg [...]
The demands for Friday 9 September protest are: * Permanent End of military trials of civilians * A clear timeline with exact dates of when the military council will hand over power to an ELECTED CIVIL authority (the initially promised 6 months have now finished). * Cancelling the new law issued by military council that [...]
Egyptian (SuperMan) Protester climbs a two story high lamp post to raise Egyptian flag during Egypt protests 8 July 2011
An Egyptian Superman/Protester climbs a two story high lamp post during Egypt protests 8 July 2011. Photo by Shorouk News and here is a video of the man climbing the lamp post to raise the Egyptian Flag:
Today is “Revolution First” Friday. Egyptians have poured into Tahrir square from all parts of Cairo and other cities. There are plans of sit-ins in Cairo, Alexandria, Suez and possibly Asuit as well. Protesters say they won’t leave until justice is delivered. Until Mubarak & the rest of the killers are being prosecuted quickly and [...]
Elsayed Belal wasn’t a criminal and he was never convicted of any crime. He was arrested under Egypt’s 30 years running emergency law without charge. He was tortured to death. He was arrested from his house in front of his family by the notorious Egyptian national security forces (Amn AlDawla). One and half day later, [...]
A New Khaled Said in Alexandria again: Mostafa Atteya a 39 years old father of three has been kicked to death and dragged across the street by two Egyptian policemen
A New Khaled Said in Alexandria again: Mostafa Atteya is a 39 years old father of three has been kicked to death by two Policemen in the street in Alexandria. Mostafa was kicked and dragged in the street for long distance by 2 Egyptian policemen from Mina Albasal police station and witnesses who saw the murder and torture [...]
Arabic Facebook page is now back. Thanks for everyone who contacted Facebook to support us to get our page back.
The Arabic “We are all Khaled Said” and “My name is Khaled Said” facebook pages have both been closed. The elections monitoring Facebook page and ElBradei supporters page have also been closed. Our English Facebook page: “We are all Khaled Said” is still running and so far we don’t have any problems. PLEASE subscribe to our [...]
Egyptian Police drag, kick and punch university lecturer for attending Khaled Said’s stand at the court
Mohammed Tariq is a respected young lecturer at the School of Science, Alexandria University. Mohammed went to the stand outside Khaled Said’s court case yesterday. The Egyptian police dragged him on the floor, punched him, kicked him and took him to the police car banging his face across the floor. They then handcuffed him, tied up his [...]
Egyptians are standing up for their rights. Brave Egyptians both men and women are standing up to gain their rights, to stop torture in Egypt and end the 30 years running emergency law that gave impunity to Egyptian Police officers who commit torture crimes. Systematic Egyptian Police brutality will have to end soon.
Breaking news: Another scandal! Egyptian Police attack silent stand participants who went to Khaled Said’s street. Hundreds of participants are being cornered and beaten up by the Egyptian police now in the small street were Khaled Said lived. Police attacked and injured participants in the fifth silent stand on 20 August (10 Ramadan) who gathered [...]
The silent stand has started in Egypt. Please join us and send us your photos. email your photos to: firstname.lastname@example.org or upload on the fan page. We will update you soon on the silent stand in Alexandria and Cairo.
Friday 20th August is the time for our next silent stand. A stand against torture in Egypt and against the 30 years running emergency law. We call on all our international supporters to join us by standing silent in their home or in any public place in their town. Please send us photos of you [...]
After our earlier video of the Egyptian police vehicle trying to run over Egyptian voters, another video has now surfaced showing the Egyptian police firing at voters in the 2005 elections
After the video we posted earlier of the Egyptian police armored vehicle trying to run over Egyptian voters, another video has now surfaced showing the Egyptian police firing at voters in the 2005 elections. The video was captured during the siege of Damietta city in Egypt during the 2005 election. This is not a war [...]