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Friday, February 11, 2011

A Most Beautiful Day for Egyptians.




Congratulations, Egyptians!
a peaceful revolution,
a lesson for the world.

22 comments:

Trish and Rob MacGregor said...

Now, to watch the despots in other parts of the world run for the hills.

Terra said...

I am praying that a new and good government will be voted in, in Egypt and that the peace continues and that Christians in Egypt are safe and protected.

Eva Gallant said...

I am with Terra! Hope it all works out positively!

Donna said...

Hopefully democracy can bring a new regime to Egypt that will bring peace to this land. It will be interesting to see what happens. I have a feeling we need to stay tuned...

Ocean Girl said...

Finally.

Pat transplanted to MN said...

Peaceful so far, we will see what is next. Yesterday Mubarek said, "you are not the boss of me!" and this morning there must have been a knock on his door to tell him, "you are out of here..."

I pray the extremists do not move in where there is a gap and for continued peace with Israel.

Joani said...

Hope all goes well for them. And, hope that Americans get their act together and this country back on the right train tracks.

Ann Best said...

It's hopeful!

Brian Miller said...

was so excited to see this come across the tv in the restaurant we were in for lunch...

Dawn said...

Finally.....
hoping what lies around the corner next continues on in the peaceful manner.
Celebrating today!

Nancy said...

Yay!

Miss Sadie said...

This is a tenuous beginning. The army being on control is not a good sign. I'm not for giving up; I do feel uneasy about this.

Maggie May said...

Lets hope that it all works out really well for them. They have to be admired for their sheer determination & courage.
I think that there are other similar States who must be worried right now.
Maggie X

Nuts in May

the walking man said...

Will America learn from this? Or are we to fat and lazy to mass against them who own us?

Ruth said...

YES!

Diana said...

Hallelujah!

marc aurel said...

Not entirely peaceful, surely. And something that strikes me is how many thousands of more MEN were in the streets than women, unlike, say, the Iranian revolution. Although analysts say that women were repressed again after the Shah was long gone. In 1968, in Paris, there were many men on the streets only there "pour la bagare", as people said. Revolt is a dicey way of changing things and with Mubarek gone, what will relations with Israel be like. THAT is the crucial question for me.

potsoc said...

It may be a bit early for the halleluiahs. Since King Farouk was ousted Egypt has had only miltary rulers and the army is the main economic force out there. Sounds good for now but like Miss Sadie and Marc Aurel I have reservations.

LindyLouMac said...

It is great news for Egypt, liked the previous post, well said.

Kathy said...

It is a postive sign, we can only hope that the will of the people will prevail.

Arkansas Patti said...

It is a start, now we have to see how the unanswered questions are answered.

rosaria said...

We are all watching and hoping.
Thanks for your sharing here.