Democracy now 05.02.2011
- Day of Departure: Massive Demonstrations Across Egypt Aim to Oust Mubarak. Sharif Abdel Kouddous Reports Live from Cairo
- Eliminate the Witnesses: Committee to Protect Journalists Criticizes Mubarak’s Policy of Attacking and Silencing Journalists in Egypt
- Video Report on the Battle for Tahrir: An Inside Look at How Pro-Democracy Activists Reclaimed Tahrir Square After Attacks by Mubarak Forces
- Eyewitnesses to a Massacre: Reports from Inside Tahrir Square as Pro-Mubarak Forces Open Fire on Protesters
- A Battle for Democracy: Sharif Abdel Kouddous Reports on How Anti-Government Protesters Are Resisting the Mubarak’s Regime Crackdown
- California Professor Beaten by Pro-Mubarak Forces Minutes After Interview on Democracy Now!
- Journalists and Human Rights Activists Arrested and Beaten in Cairo Crackdown
- Robert Fisk: Obama Administration Has Been Gutless and Cowardly in Dealing with the Mubarak Regime
- “The True Face of Hosni Mubarak” is Now Being Televised Across the World: Democracy Now! Reports Live from Downtown Cairo
- Bloodshed in Egypt: Mubarak Supporters Riding on Horses and Camels Violently Attack Protesters in Tahrir Square, Over 100 Injured
- As Mubarak Pledges To Finish Term, Egyptian Protesters Stay in Streets Demanding Immediate End to Regime: Democracy Now! Reports Live from Cairo
- Noam Chomsky: “This is the Most Remarkable Regional Uprising that I Can Remember”
- Voices of the Egyptian Revolution: Democracy Now!’s Sharif Abdel Kouddous Speaks with Demonstrators in Tahrir Square at "March of Millions"
- Media Blackout in Egypt and the U.S.: Al Jazeera Forced Off the Air by Mubarak, Telecommunications Companies Block Its Expansion in the United States
- Millions Against Mubarak: Democracy Now!’s Sharif Abdel Kouddous Reports Live from Tahrir Amid Massive Protest
- "Mubarak is Our Berlin Wall": Egyptian Columnist Mona Eltahawy on How the Youth Drove the Uprising in Cairo and Implications for Democracy in the Region
- Digital Darkness: U.S., U.K. Companies Help Egyptian Regime Shut Down Telecommunications and Identify Dissident Voices
On Saturday, Feb. 5, Democracy Now! will broadcast a two-hour special from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. EST on the Egyptian uprising and the growing pro-democracy protests across the Arab world. The show will be hosted by Democracy Now! senior producer Sharif Abdel Kouddous in Cairo along with Amy Goodman and Juan Gonzalez in New York.
Watch on Free Speech TV and Link TV. Urge your local radio station to carry the broadcast. The show will stream live on DemocracyNow.org.
Tune in on Saturday from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. EST.
Stations wishing to carry the show should call 212-431-9090 ext 8405 or email broken(at)democracynow.org with "Egypt Broadcast" as subject line.
Filed under Events
Cairo, Egypt—The Mubarak regime launched a brutal and coordinated campaign of violence today to take back the streets of Cairo from Egypt’s mass pro-democracy movement.
Filed under News
“People holding a sign ‘To: America. From: the Egyptian People. Stop supporting Mubarak. It’s over!” so tweeted my brave colleague, “Democracy Now!” senior producer Sharif Abdel Kouddous, from the streets of Cairo.
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