Under the title "The Revolution was in Egypt," she said, "the San Francisco Sentinel" of America in a report today - Sunday - that the youth of Egypt on the verge of revolt against the regime of President Mubarak, who governed for more than 30 years and will be a revolution, stressing that successive events and security violations and suppression of freedoms have sparked a desire in the issuance of the Egyptians for their freedom from authoritarian rule, which Trdh beneath the country since a long time.
The newspaper said the U.S. that the Egyptians with the goal of toppling the authoritarian ruled by President Mubarak in three decades, The movements of the opposition is seeking all the time to achieve unity among them so they can influence in the Egyptian street, but the big push did not come from the opposition at home, but came During the Revolution of Tunisia, which was an impulse to the Egyptians to announce on Jan. 25 a day of popular anger, to demand freedom and change.
The newspaper said the U.S. that the Egyptian regime has increased violations in recent years has raised the anger of the Egyptian people to a large extent, adding that the events the hottest was the negligence of the Egyptian security for a number of crises, sectarianism, which led to the development of terrorist acts, along with some security breaches that resulted in the deathDozens of young people, led by Khalid Saeed, who a witness for the title of the Egyptians of Alexandria and demonstrations erupted in the streets of Egypt calls for punishment of killing him.
She commended the San Francisco Sentinel's position young Egyptian, who took the responsibility to claim punishment of the killers of Cheb Khaled Said, confirmed that they have a strong role and the chief in the coming revolution, which expects the paper to start in the twenty-fifth of January, in reference to the acceptance of about 70 thousand members in Group "We are all Khaled Said" on Facebook invitation to participate in demonstrations in the popular anger that erupted in the streets of Cairo on Tuesday.
The newspaper pointed out America to the economic and social conditions and widespread corruption in Egypt were the motives that made the Egyptian people resort to engage in battle for change to come, citing unemployment, poverty and depression, which rose significantly from what it was several years ago, a situation which has worsened since Gamal Mubarak, the emergence of the political arena and began to control the Egyptian economy.
She suggested that many of the political movements and opposition parties had announced their participation in the demonstrations on January 25, while opposed to other movements - such as the Muslim Brotherhood - down to the street on that day.