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Protestat në Egjipt 2011

Demonstrators calling for economic and political reform in Egypt broke through police barriers on January 25 in Cairo's streets

Protestuesit duke thirrur për reformë ekonomike dhe politike depërtuan nëpër barrierat e policisë në rrugët e Kairos. Foto nga Msh_far2a_ ay_7aga Copyright © Demotix (25 Jan 2011)

Të nxitur nga revolta tuniziane që para shumë kohe përzuri presidentin Ben Ali, qytetarët dhe aktivistët egjiptianë organizuan një protestë masive më 25 janar duke bërë thirrje për reformë ekonomike dhe për mbarim të sundimit 30 vjeçar të presidentit Hosni Mubarak.  Shpresat ishin shume të mëdha ashtu siç ishte tendosja publike teksa mijëra njerëz protestonin në Kairo dhe në qytetet tjera, si dhe përpara ambasadave egjiptiane në shtetet tjera. Më 25 janar, Twitter u bllokua dhe linjat e telefonave celularë u ndërprenë, por lajmet për arrestime dhe represion nga ana e policisë ende qarkullonin onlajn (hashtag #Jan25).Megjithatë , në mëngjesin e 28 janarit edhe interneti ishte ndërprerë në tërë Egjiptin, pak para fillimit të protestave të asaj dite.

Sipas The Christian Science Monitor, numri i të vdekurve sillet mes 74 (Reuters) dhe 108 (Al Jazeera). Disa u vranë nga të shtëna me eksplozivë. Qindra janë plagosur gjatë  përleshjeve me policinë.

25 janari është festë publike në Egjipt që shënon përvjetorin e incidentit të vitit 1952 kur policia egjiptiane u bashkua me popullatën për ti rezistuar okupimit britanik.

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