Thursday, May 25, 2006

Preparations for London Demo

NEVER in my life have I felt so MOTIVATED, INSPIRED, and PROUD.....!!!!


The members of the Egytian Committee in Support of the Egyptian Judges got together at the University of London (no.. not at all.... the University is not part of the demo, but universities here are opened to activists of all sorts to prepare for their demos, have meetings, debate, discuss, argue...etc. so it is very natural that it attracts activists from all over the country who spend their time there getting the best out of their minds and enslaving their talents for their causes..... a big THANK YOU to the 9th of March group who are trying to revive the same concept in Egypt.... we will prevail one day... i'm sure)

I will not say much... i will leave the talking to the photos.... we were sitting at the Students Common Room ... students from all around the world came to us and asked about what we were diong and why, we kept on explaining... clarifying... answering.... they tried reading our Arabic banners and we translated.... they seemed to like our English Banners.....

No words would be enough to describe how dedicated and passionate those guys were: Ashraf, Heba, Hoda, Inas (she distributed flyers from one street to the other), Ramy, Rania, Salah, Tamer (also distributed flyers in the rainy London Streets) and Yassin. We missed however the efforts of Omar, Sherif, Dina and Nariman who would be joining us tomorrow at the Demo...... chapeau to the wonderful committee.....

anyways..... check out the photos.....




And here are some of the banners.......



Let's hope we would be capable of making something out of May 25th...

Hands Off our Judges!

Release Our Detainees!

Democracy & Justice Now!

8 Comments:

At 10:03 AM , Blogger Z.@.k.! said...

Great work Ahmed and thanks for your efforts


ps. Send my Salam to Sherif

 
At 5:20 PM , Blogger Darsh said...

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At 5:27 PM , Anonymous Anonymous said...

I hate to state the obvious, but if you get rid of Mubarak you'll merely replace a calcified authoritarian regime with the nutcases of the Muslim Brotherhood. Egypt's screwed either way.

 
At 11:57 AM , Anonymous Anonymous said...

Dear Ahmed,
I'm really very proud of your work,
as an egyptian i'm very happy to see my country men fighting the noble cause of EGYPT, this country suffered a lot and it's about time to be free. sherif

 
At 6:12 PM , Anonymous Anonymous said...

I m proud of you, keep the good work for a better future of Egypt. It is about time for Mubarak and his corrupt regiem to go.
An Egyptian

 
At 11:34 AM , Anonymous Anonymous said...

Dear Ahmed,
the brutality of the Egyptian regime is obvious to every one,Egypt is suffering from corruption,torture and injustice, keep the good work, as an egyptian,i hope that things will get better toward democracy and freedom of speech, Egypt deserve a lot more, it's not a country, it's a great civilization and must get better .sherif

 
At 10:39 AM , Anonymous Anonymous said...

Dear Egyptians,
Israel just killed two patroling officers on the eastern border in cold blood, they're excuted by the israeli army, last year 3 soldiers were killed inside sinai by the israeli army,why we're taking this shit from those zionist gangs,no official reply from the Egyptian side, Ehud olmert was visiting Egypt last week.we'have to cry a lot.

 
At 3:02 AM , Anonymous Anonymous said...

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