7 thoughts on “Blogging the Revolution: Mubarak Out, ‘Egypt is Free,’ What’s Next? – Tikun Olam תיקון עולם إصلاح العالم
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  1. Feeling tearful (grateful) now for all those who haven’t lived to see this day, and for those still imprisoned…and for those taking such great risks…

    This touches all of us.

    1. According to Israeli radio Mubarak has left Egypt on a military plane “to an unknowm destination. I doubt he went to Sharm-a-sheik as from there he will still liable to stand trial and probably be executed.

        1. I bet shmuel has got it: the Egyptian miliatry has adopted the US airlines’ practice of routing passengers through “hubs”: Sahr-al-Sheik, then to Athens for a flight through Newfoundland, south to Sao Paolo, and then directly from Brazil to a new “gated community” that Saudi Arabia has built for deposed dictators. Baby Doc Duvalier, unfortunately, cannot afford the place.

  2. ‘inna allaha ma’a assabirîn (Indeed God is with the persistent)
    Finally, springtime is coming to the Arab peoples.
    Direct scenes from Tahrir of Christians and Muslims praying together.
    After Ben Ali and Moubarak, Mahmoud Abbas better make his luggage. Hopefully, Bibi will take him in when his time comes.
    Tomorrow, it starts off in Algeria with huge demonstrations all over the country.

  3. Prayers for the good people of Egypt. They deserve a decent future of peace, health and prosperity. If the GDP grows by 5% per annum over the next thirty nine years the annual per capita income will be approximately $26,000. There are enough clever Egyptians in the fields of engineering, information technology, medicine, business, civics and politics who have the requisite skills needed to transition the country to a better place. President Obama’s latest speech on the 5,000 year old country was also excellent.

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