Posts Tagged ‘Tahrir Sq’


Screenshot Alkottab, an Egyptian games developer has released a Facebook game based on battles between protesters and thugs during the 2011 uprising. The company describe it as a “tower defense game” that is built around the events of the so-called Battle of the Camel on 2 February 2011, when a peaceful sit-in in Tahrir was attacked by armed thugs rid...
Screenshot According to sources in Egypt, Mobile service is offline in Tahrir square in Cairo Egypt, the square is witnessing a new revolt against the military rule in Egypt with around 1 million people demonstrating. We do not know if it was switched off intentionally by mobile operators -after a request from the government in Egypt - or not. Vodafon...
Screenshot iWasinTahrir.com is an initiative designed to allow visitors who witnessed Egypt's uprising against the Mubarak regime, to leave their mark in history; Something like a virtual online "Million Man March". It's a place where all Egyptian revolutionaries can leave their mark in a more personal manner, and to share their experiences with the wh...
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