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Protests have started in Cairo's Tahrir Square on the second anniversary of the revolution that ousted former President Hosni Mubarak and brought in an Islamist government.

Despite President Mohamed Morsi calling for calm, protesters have been making their way to the city's main square to demonstrate, with some throwing missiles.
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it seems as north africa has truned into a land of conflicts and battle
Freedom of speech I say...
محمود عليان :

ناس عمالين يخربوا ويكسروا ويقطعوا الطرق !
بيدعوا التيار الشعبي وأتباع البرادعي وصباحي !
وناس تانية عمالة تعمل لجان شعبية للمنشآت الحيوية
اللي هم حزب النور والدعوة السلفية
وناس تالتة عمالين يزرعوا أشجار مثمرة
اللي هم الاخوان المسلمين والحرية والعدالة

حط نفسك مكان الشعب الغلبان ده , لو الانتخابات بكرة , هتنتخبوا مين ؟
 demands what? there is now elected government not dictatorship.
What's d protest all abt?
May be some external agency are using innocent public.
These protests are very limited to certain areas and certain people and most of egyptians are against these protests and against violence
this egept pepl wht do they realy want aerent they the one who vot that goverment to power
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