Tuesday, February 1, 2011

Women in the Egypt protests

Egyptian demonstrators shout slogans as they attend a protest in Cairo 
demanding the ouster of President Hosni Mubarak on January 26, 2011. 
Egyptian police clashed with protesters in the center of Cairo and in the port city of Suez, 
in the second day of nationwide anti-government demonstrations.
The army seems to be hedging it’s bets. Going out onto the streets as told, 
but not actually stopping the people from protesting, which must come as a major worry for 
Mubarak as the army has been involved in Egyptian politics with his iron-hands for decades.

Mubarak has changed his government, promised reforms, 
but has still sent the army out onto the streets. 
The Egyptians want him gone and he doesn’t get it.
While the servers and Internet connections are getting slower, journalists, photojournalists, reporters and
all the protesters along with all the Egypt people keep striving hard with their blood, sweat and tears;
shouting in need for the country democracy and revolution...

Here are some tell-tale pictures of Egyptian women in the street protests. 
What I see is they are absolutely bold, beautiful, brave and inspiring!
These pictures have made me broke in tears, as all of the pictures seemingly tell untold stories which I cannot hear directly and witness it by myself...

[all pictures via here and here]


Krystal said...

the photos that i keep seeing from this situation are so incredibly moving. and sad.

Ninjagaiden78 said...

These pictures are awesome.


Deisha said...

fotonya wowwwww mel!

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