Yes, This Is What Democracy Looks Like!
Arab Spring, REDUX
published on Apr 20, 2012 by corbettreport
Hundreds of thousands of demonstrators have once again engulfed Cairo’s Tahrir Square in protest against the ruling military council. The rally involves supporters from exact opposite ends of the political spectrum, with secular activists rubbing shoulders with Islamists. To discuss this latest display of civil unrest, joining me now is James Corbett, a political analyst with a special interest in the Arab uprisings.
Aren’t You Glad You Live In A Republic?
- Large demonstration expected in Cairo on Friday (twitchy.com)
- Thousands protest military rule in Egypt (timesofisrael.com)
- Cairo’s Tahrir Square taken over in protests against Mubarak old guard (photoblog.msnbc.msn.com)
- Thousands of Islamists, rival liberals rally in Cairo (ctv.ca)
- Egypt Islamists join protesters gathering for mass rally (dailystar.com.lb)
- A New Obelisk Is Being Raised In Tahrir Square (techfleece.com)