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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