Support the People's Revolution in Egypt ساند ثورة الشعب في مصر
  • Petitioned Ambassador Sameh Shoukry

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السفير سامح شكري
Ambassador Sameh Shoukry
حبيب ابراهيم العادلي‎
General Habib Ibrahim El Adly
احمد محمد شفيق‎
Prime Minister Ahmed Shafiq
الرئيس حسني مبارك
President Hosni Mubarak

Support the People's Revolution in Egypt ساند ثورة الشعب في مصر

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      The January 25 Movement حركة يناير ٢٥

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February 2011

Victory

Ten days ago Gigi and Mahmoud, two young Egyptian street activists and Change.org members, broke a communications blackout and called us from Cairo's Liberation Square to launch an international campaign over the phone. Just minutes ago, after a 30 year dictatorship, Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak resigned.

In just 18 days, a coalition of Muslims and Christians, young, old, rich and poor came together to bring down a dictatorship of 30 years.

“I’m the happiest person alive and I can’t stop crying,” Gigi said. “I’m here in the square and it’s on fire! It’s just amazing. I went against the grain for so long and I even lost my family at one point because of all my activism - for the first time I feel like I did something right.”

“Thank you thank you thank you,” she added. “We could not have done it without the international solidarity, both from so many Change.org members and people in countries all over the world. I hope all of humanity is feeling the way Egyptians are feeling today.”

“I’m feeling so good,” Mahmoud said. “There is just so much happiness in the streets. People are literally jumping up and down. Everyone is jubilant and I just want to thank all of you so very much. We wouldn’t have been able to do it without you.”

On January 25, we the people of Egypt took to the streets to demand our rights! We are not unified by one party, class or religion: we are not Muslim and we are not Christian, we are not rich and we are not poor - we are the multifaceted people of Egypt - Muslims and Christian's and Egyptians of all classes.

We demand our civil, political and human rights.
We demand the immediate resignation of the president and parliament.
We demand a new constitution.
We demand free and fair elections.
We demand the complete and total release of all political prisoners and detainees.
We demand the return of open access to all communication networks.
We demand that the police stop shooting at us, stop their brutality and stop their attacks on journalists.

We are the January 25 movement, and we are not going to stop until our demands are met! We call on Egyptians and internationals to lend a hand and help us win by signing this petition, which will be sent to Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak, officials in the interior and foreign ministries, and Egyptian embassies all over the world.

Winning this campaign depends on our ability to call on thousands of supporters like you. After signing this petition, please follow us on Facebook - just click 'Like' at the top of the page.

في 25 يناير، شعب مصرأخذ للشوارع للمطالبة بحقوقه!

نحن لا نمثل طرف واحد، أو طبقة أو دين : نحن لسنا المسلمين فقط أوالمسيحيين فقط، ونحن لسنا الأغنياء. نحن الشعب بأكمله وبأطرافه المتعددة -- المسلمين والمسيحيين والمصريين من جميع الطبقات.

نحن نطالب بحقوقنا المدنية والسياسية والإنسانية.

ونحن نطالب بتغيير في النظام كامل برمته -- بما في ذلك إسقاط الرئيس والبرلمان.

ونحن نطالب بوضع دستور جديد.

ونحن نطالب بانتخابات حرة ونزيهة.

إننا نطالب بالإفراج الكامل والشامل عن جميع السجناء والمعتقلين السياسيين

و نطالب بارجاع فتح الاتصال لجميع شبكات الاتصالات والإنترنت

ونطالب الشرطة وقف اعتداءاتها على الصحفيين.

ونحن نطالب بأن الشرطة توقف إطلاق النارعلى المواطنين واستخدام العنف ضد المتظاهرين

نحن حركة 25 يناير، ونحن لن تتوقف حتى تتحقق مطالبنا!

ندعو المصريين ومؤيدينا عالميا لدعمنا بتوقيع هذه العريضة، والتي سوف يتم إرسالها إلى الرئيس المصري حسني مبارك ومسؤولين في وزارتي الداخلية والخارجية ، والسفارات المصرية في جميع أنحاء العالم.

الإنتصار في هذه الحملة يعتمد على قدرتنا على دعوة الآلاف من المؤيديين مثلك. بعد التوقيع على هذه العريضة، يرجى المتابعةعلى فيس بوك --  انقر على كلمة ليك في الجزء العلوي من الصفحة

Recent signatures

    News

    1. Gigi Ibrahim, the young Egyptian woman who started this campaign, is on the cover of TIME Magazine.

    2. This video, made by organizers involved in the revolution, is getting passed around activist circles in the Arab world

    3. Victory! Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak Resigns

      Two weeks ago Gigi and Mahmoud, two young Egyptian street activists and Change.org members, called on people all over the world to join their campaign for democracy in Egypt. You answered their call, along with tens of thousands of others from...

    4. Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak has resigned! Watch the dancing in the streets live:

    5. Slideshow: "Farewell Friday" @ the People's Revolution in Egypt

    6. The Egyptian presidency is to make an "urgent and important" statement shortly, state television says

    7. Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak has left Cairo as military takes control

    8. Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak Refuses to Stand Down

      Earlier today Gigi and Mahmoud, two young Egyptian street activists and Change.org members, called on all of us to re-up the international pressure and join their campaign for democracy in Egypt.
      Many of you answered their call, along with tens of...

    9. Reached 50 signatures
    10. "Strong likelihood" Mubarak will step down tonight, people "dancing in the streets"

    11. "Strong likelihood" Mubarak will step down tonight, says CIA and many news agencies

    12. Mubarak to Respond to Protester Demands - FOX news

    13. Egyptian army 'torturing' prisoners, say human rights groups

    14. Meet Gigi Ibrahim and Mahmoud Salem co-founders of this campaign:

    15. Everyone should get an email directly from Gigi and Mahmoud, the founders of this campaign, sometime in the next few hours.

    16. Talks fail to end Egypt protests

    17. One million headed to Cairo's central square today to observe a public day of mourning for victims of the protests in Egypt

    18. Key members of Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak's ruling party have stepped down. He's still head of the party and Egypt's president.

    19. Assassination attempt on Egypt's new Vice President ends in two bodyguards dead

    20. Hundreds of thousands of people turned up in Cairo's central square for a "final push" today. Media in Montenegro is meanwhile reporting that Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak is preparing to go into exile in their country

    21. Reached 40 signatures
    22. Two Amnesty International representatives have been detained by police in Cairo

    23. Egyptian army urged to protect protesters (Amnesty International)

    24. 1030am in Cairo. Yemen's President also just pledged not to run for reelection.

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    Reasons for signing

    • Chris Harding PENDLETON, IN
      • over 3 years ago

      Corruption destroys a society! The World cannot lose the innovative thought processes created from free thinkers!

      Although I am not Islamic, I, as a chemical engineer, have met many muslims. Several are from Saudi Arabia and all appreciate the diversity of Egypt! With that state, I would like to provide a few quotes from the "Sayings of the Prophet"

      "Verily god doth not taketh away knowledge from the hands of His servants; but taketh it by taking away the learned; so that when no learned men remain, the ignorant will be placed at the head of affairs. Causes will be submitted to their decision, they will pass sentence without knowledge, will err themselves, and lead others into error."

      "To gladden the heart of the weary, to remove the suffering of the afflicted, hath its own reward. In the day of trouble, the memory of the action cometh like a rush of the torrent, and taketh our burden away."

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    • Mona Goodpasture DALLAS, TX
      • over 3 years ago

      LET FREEDOM RING!!! GOD BE WITH YOU!

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    • Ramona Thompson BIRMINGHAM, AL
      • over 3 years ago

      Solidarity for the people of Egypt in the Freedom Movement!

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    • Ruth Ann Scruggs INDIANAPOLIS, IN
      • over 3 years ago

      Yeah I was with you...before I knew what a bunch of fuckin rapists you are. Keep your sharia law over there.

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    • Penny R. NYC, NY
      • over 3 years ago

      I Wanna Help

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