Al Jazeera’s Live Stream of Egyptian Uprising

A quick fyi: We may be witnessing a watershed moment in the history of Egypt and The Middle East, with police battling massive protests across Cairo and other Egyptian cities. These protests are being covered on the ground by Al Jazeera in English, and you can watch the live stream on the web right here, or download the free Al Jazeera iPhone app and watch the stream on the iPhone.

Note: If you’re looking for some resources that explain what’s happening in Egypt, you might want to visit these resources here and here. Both come at the recommendation of Jad Abumrad, the host of Radio Lab.

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  • Roua says:

    Everybody is talking about the Egyptian protests and a few have dedicated even a small paragraph for the true leaders of this forthcoming Arabs revolution: The Tunisians. It is the immolation of a young Tunisian fruit seller Mohammed Bouazizi that started the wonderful revolution in Tunisia and lead to the freedom from the dictator ZABA, the Egyptians are following the steps of the Tunisians so please do not forget about us and about the people who sacrificed their lives for others to live.
    Roua from Tunisia.

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