Jan 28, 2011

#Jan25: UPDATE 8: Solidarity Protests with the Egyptian Revolution all Over the World

These are the protesting events all over the world:

Gaza: Monday at 2, Jundi El majhool square

København: http://www.facebook.com/event.php?eid=184638354893021

#Jan25: How you can help Egyptians & lift the info blockade

Piece of Mind posted this:

Friday, January 28th has been declared “The Day of Anger” in Egypt! After the noon-time prayers, Egyptians will empty the mosques and flood the streets for the 4th and hopefully, most impactful day of protests, yet. The government has cutoff access to the internet and there are reports that the military will be deployed in full force. A massacre in Egypt is about to take place if the world doesn’t interfere. Talk to the media. Talk to your representatives. Help get the voices of our Egyptian brothers and sisters heard across the globe!
Please Visit the “We Are All Khaled Said” Page on Facebook!
  1. GLOBAL Call your elected officials and make Egypt’s violent actions against their peaceful, unarmed citizens an issue.
  2. GLOBAL Call your Egyptian embassy in massive numbers and demand they stop using military force on unarmed civilians.
  3. GLOBAL - Contact news agencies to ensure they are adequately and properly covering the protests:
    • ‘Bombard’ the BBC with requests to report on the flotilla
    • Call MSNBC to demand they cover the Egyptian protests: 1 (212) 664-4444
    • Call CNN to demand they cover the Egyptian protests: 1 (404) 827-2600
    • Click here for a list of media email addresses
  4. GLOBAL – Join officials’ Facebook Pages and leave comments to bring attention to the Egyptian protests.
  5. GLOBAL - Protest in front of your nearest Egyptian embassy or other meeting point.
  6. US - Contact the White House to express your anger that US military aid to Egypt is used to attack civilians. The White House comment line may also be reached at +1 (202) 456-1111.
  7. US – Call the US State Department and ask to leave a voicemail for Secretary Clinton, calling her to unequivocally condemn the actions of the Egyptian government. +1 (202) 647-4000
  8. UK – Email the Foreign Commonwealth Office at private.office@fco.gov.uk , AINAGCorrespondence@fco.gov.uk , haguew@parliament.uk
  9. UK – Contact your Councillors, MP, MEPs, MSPs, or Northern Ireland, Welsh and London AMs.
  10. Global Sign the petition demanding that President Mubarak stops the violence and allows the Egyptian people to exercise their right to free speech.

#Jan25: ACTION ALERT: Contact Egyptian Embassies in Your Country

Occupied Palestine posted the following:

URGENT-Internet down all over Egypt | Urgent Call to Protest

Urgent- Word coming out of Egypt is that the internet is down in all major cities and possibly all over.WE need everyone to call their Egyptian embassy and to protest and demand that it be put back on.It is said Egyptian authorities may be planning a massacre, please retweet and share this message.Dont not let the freedom fighters of Egypt on their own.
Egyptian Embassy
1 Darwin Avenue
Yarralumla, Canberra, ACT 2600
Tel: (62) 273-4437/8
Egyptian Consulate — Melbourne
124 Exhibition Street, 9th Floor
Melbourne, Victoria 3000
Tel: (3) 654-8869 / 8634
Egyptian Consulate — Sydney
335 New South Head Road
Double Bay, Sydney NSW 2028
Tel: (2) 362-3482/8, 327-5538
Egyptian Embassy
454 Laurier Avenue East
Ottawa, Ontario KIN 6R3
Tel: (613) 234-4931 / 35/58
Egyptian Consulate — Montreal
3754 Cote des Neiges
Montreal, Quebec H3H 7V6
(514) 937-7781/2
Egyptian Embassy
56, Avenue d’Iena
75116 Paris
Tel: (1) 47 20 97 70 / 47 20 75 97
Egyptian Consulate — Paris
58, Avenue Foch
75116 Paris
Tel: (1) 45 00 84 64 / 45 00 49 52 /45 00 69 23
Egyptian Consulate — Marseilles
166, Avenue de Hamburg
13008 Marseilles
Tel: 91 25 04 04
Egyptian Embassy
Konprinzen Str 2
Bad Godesberg, Bonn
Tel: (228) 364000/8/9
Egyptian Embassy — Berlin Branch
Berliner Str 22
Pankow, Berlin 3
Tel: (30) 482-5095
Egyptian Consulate — Frankfurt
Eysseneck Str 52
6000 Frankfurt/Main I
Tel: (69) 590557/8
Egyptian Embassy
3 Vassilissis Safies Street
Tel: (1) 361-8612/3
Egyptian Embassy
12 Clyde Road
Dublin 4
Tel: (1) 606566 / 718
Egyptian Embassy
54 Rehov Basel
Tel Aviv
Tel: (3) 546-5151/2
Egyptian Consulate — Eilat
68 Afraty Street
Bna Betkha, Eilat
Tel: (7) 597-6115
Egyptian Embassy
I-5-4- Aobadai
Meguro-Ku, Tokyo 171
Tel: (3) 37 70 80 22
Egyptian Embassy
3rd Floor, Jebel Amman
Zahran Street
Tel: (6) 641375/6, 641705
Egyptian Consulate — Aqaba
Al-Wahdat Al-Jarbiyya
Al-Istiqlal Street
Boweg I-2597
The Hague
Tel: (70) 354-2000 / 4535
Saudi Arabia
Egyptian Embassy
P.O. Box 1805
Riyadh 11741
Tel: (1) 465-7413 / 8452
Egyptian Embassy
Sharia Al-Jama’a Al-Mojram
Tel: (11) 77646/7, 72836
Egyptian Consulate — Khartoum
Sharia Al-Jamhuriyya
Tel: (11) 70291, 72190
Egyptian Consulate — El-Obeid
Al-Midan Al-Kabeer
Tel: (249) 4167
Egyptian Consulate — Port Sudan
Sharia Kabbashi Eissa
Port Sudan
Tel: (249) 2036, 5910
Egyptian Embassy
Strandvagen 35
Tel: (8) 660-3145, 662-9603 / 9687
Egyptian Embassy
26 South Street
London W1Y 6DD
Tel: (171) 499-2401
Egyptian Consulate — London
2 Lowndes Street
London SW1
Tel: (171) 235-9777
Embassy of the Arab Republic of Egypt
3521 International CTM.W.
Washington DC, 20008
Tel: (202) 895-5400
Fax: (202) 224-4319/5131
Ambassador’s Residence
2301 Massachussettes St.
NW Washington DC, 20008
Egyptian Consulate — New York
1110 2nd Avenue
New York, New York 10022
Tel: (212) 759-7120/1/2
Egyptian Consulate — Chicago
30 South Michigan Avenue
Chicago, Illinois 60603
Egyptian Consulate — Houston
2000 West Loop South
Houston, Texas 77027
Tel: (713) 961-4915/6, 961-4407
Egyptian Consulate — San Francisco
3001 Pacific Avenue
San Francisco, California 94115
Tel: (415) 346-9700/2

#Jan25: Message to Anonymous from Inside Egypt

#Jan25: UPDATE 4: Solidarity Protests with the Egyptian Revolution all Over the World

These are the protesting events all over the world:

#Jan25: A Call from the People of Egypt

To all the people of world
The people in Egypt are under governmental siege.  Mubarak regime is banning Facebook, Twitter, and all other popular internet sites. Tomorrow the government will block the 3 mobile phone network and the internet completely.  And there is news that even the phone landline will be cut tomorrow, to prevent any news agency from following what will happen.
 Suez city is already under siege now. The government cut the water supply and electricity, people, including, children and elderly are suffering there now. The patients in hospitals cannot get urgent medical care. The injured protestors are lying in the streets and the riot police are preventing people from helping them.  The families of the killed protestors cannot get the bodies of their sons to bury them.  This picture is the same in north Saini (El-Sheikh zoyad city) and in western Egypt (Al-salom). The riot police is cracking down on protestors in Ismailia, Alexandria, Fayoum, Shbin Elkoum, and Cairo, the capital, in many neighborhoods across the city.
The government is preparing to crackdown on the protestors in all Egyptian cities. They are using tear gas bombs, rubber and plastic pullets, chemicals like dilutes mustard gas against protestors.  Several protestors today have been killed when the armored vehicles of the riot police hit them. Officials in plain clothes carrying blades and knives used to intimidate protestors.
All this has been taken place over the past three days during the peaceful demonstrations in Cairo and other cities. Now, with the suspicious silence of the local media and the lack of coverage from the international media, Mubarak and his gang are blocking all the channels that can tell the world about what is happening.
People who call for their freedom need your support and help. Will you give them a hand?  
The activists are flooding the net (youtube and other sites) with thousands of pictures and videos showing the riot police firing on armless people. The police started to use ammunition against protestors. 15-year old girl has been injured and another 25 year old man has been shot in the mouth. While nothing of these has appeared in the media, there is more to happen tomorrow. Will you keep silent? Will you keep your mouth shut while seeing all these cruelty and inhumane actions?
We don’t ask for much, just broadcast what is happening

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#Jan25: Protest in Occupied Jerusalem on Friday in solidarity with the Egyptian revolution

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#Jan25: Solidarity Protests with the Egyptian Revolution all Over the World

These are the protesting events all over the world: