Saturday, 12 February 2011

Walk like an Egyptian.

I've never been so hopeful, so proud the last 20 years as today. I really feel with the Egyptians, and I respect them for the unbelievably mature way, peaceful but firm, making their stand for justice and change.

You make me proud, Egyptians, for showing the world that there is a future to build, and showing how it can be built.

You also show there is another face of Islam, one that wants progress and is not afraid of change. the face of Islam that says that we can be brothers.



Keep your revolution going. I'll stand by and applaude.

47 comments:

  1. I dont get it, i might be too old to understand.

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  2. the egyptians have really come around definitely

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  3. things are definitely going to be alot better for them!

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  4. Whoo! Go Egypt! Hopefully things will start looking up for them.

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  5. Love the picture. Glad Mubarak stepped down, now comes the hard part for them.

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  6. i was happy bout that this morning

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  7. Nice blog!!

    I wait on my blog!!

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  8. Let the people go!
    Egypt will become a strong nation after this is all said and done.

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  9. yeah. i think it was a historical moment.
    i wish the egyptians all the best

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  10. Fantastic post! A really great read. Beautiful picture as well.

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  11. Unfortunately, most of the west doesn't see that side of Islam.

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  12. Jim is very right. That side of Islam is very obscure to other places. I'm not religious myself, but I'm not like others and judge people of a group on a general scale. I'm sure there are good people out there in Islam.

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  13. I agree with Jim, Islam is a very closed up thing.

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  14. I really hope they don't make the same mistake Iran did in the 70's :(

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  15. That whole region of the world has fallen to nothingness, and will never come out of it. Raptor jesus hates the middle east.

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  16. really nice text and also pic ^^

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  17. That's a great pic. I hope they get what they fight for.

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  18. Who wants something like egyptians do , They get it no matter what it is .
    As far as I can see we are witnesses of the history . Egyptians are writing their own historys .

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  19. Followed. I saw that pic a week or so ago, and found it very impressive.

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  20. Johnnie Walker tells them to keep walking

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  21. I really hope things will turn around over in Egypt. They have helped us out throughout the past, and I hope their situation will be resolved.

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  22. good for them, now its cubas turn!

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  23. that's a great picture, says it all really

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  24. who needs guns, f**k the system.

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  25. You need more information on the Egyptian culture to judge about this. But I think you are right, the people in Egypt are true heros.

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  26. The heroic actions of the egyptians will go down in history. I am really worried, though, that the revolution will not go as planned and someone will take advantage of the power vacuum.

    This has sparked revolution in a LOT of other countries. I think Islam is going to become more powerful than it already is.

    oh, and for all you people who think that Islamic countries can't be secular and peaceful... google indonesia.

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  27. It reminded me a lot of when the Berlin wall came down - such a groundswell of support calling for democracy! But now we're in the dangerous period of change...and who knows where it might end up.
    Some times it is better the devil you know

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  28. Me and my friends wanted to go there and give our support, but traveling agents didn't let ANONE go there, closest region we could go was ~600km away a.k.a. not worth the hassle...

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  29. wow epic picture, this looks so amazing. egyptians deserve a better president

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  30. Damn the Egyptians! The regime I put in power has fallen. >:o

    Supporting as always!

    http://autotunedsoul.blogspot.com

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  31. i hope it turns out well for them

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  32. respect for egypt man, step up for yourself!

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  33. Yeah Egypt ! Make us proud !

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  34. I see a dominoe effect on the rise... Algeria, Yemen, etc.

    Don't know how things will turn out, noone does. That is what is so fascinating.

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