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Friday, Jan 28 on the Oct. 6 bridge, Cairo. Heavily armed Egyptian State Police run for their lives, as thousands of ordinary unarmed Egyptian civilians demand peaceful change.


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February 11, 2011
President Hosni Mubarak of Egypt bowed before the will of the people, stepping down from office and handing power to the army.

Commemorating the Egyptian people who freed themselves from the tyrany of an oppressive government with dignity, strong resolve, and peace. The world salutes you.

The designs in this store are to pay tribute to all Egyptians and those who gave their lives for democracy

Lose your fear

Lose your fear
Fear has torment. Lose Your Fear!

Stop Arming

Stop Arming
America needs to stop arming dictators who use these weapons against their own people. Stand by a moral code, there is no peace without peace of mind

Reconstruct Egypt

Revolution Tools

Revolution Tools
Young people in Egypt toppled the dictatorship with peacful protest and the social medias of facebook and twitter. More designs @ www.cafepress/tahrir_square

Peaceful Change

Peaceful Change
Heavily armed Egyptian State Police run for their lives, as thousands of ordinary unarmed Egyptians civilians demand peaceful change. Celebrate the new Egypt. More designs @ www.cafepress/tahrir_squar

Freedom

Freedom
The Egyptian people won their freedom of speech, thought, religion, expression, assembly, choice, and association through peaceful dissent against the tryanny of an oppressive government.

Like An Egyptian

Like An Egyptian
Egyptians said enough and through peaceful dissent toppled an abusive government. Egypt leads the way to democracy. Follow Egypt to freedom.
Walk like an Egyptian!

Victory

Victory
In just 18 days the Egyptian people overthrew a brutal dictatorship. Commemorate their VICTORY.

Via The Internet

Via The Internet
The internet has brought a new power to the people. The mighty Egyptian government bowed to the will of the people who were able to organized themselves through the help of social media, via internet.


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