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The revolution in Egypt closer to victory soon

The revolution in Egypt is closer than any other time before to achieve victory. It is getting matured and entering its third week with steady escalation which is natural in any revolution to achieve its goals.

The goal of this revolution is the downfall of Hosni Mubarak regime and the creation of a democratic state in which the human rights have to be respected for all the citizens. There should be no more puppets for Israel and America but the new government should be elected from the people and another dictator staying for life.

The revolution is now escalating for more people to join, general strikes, closure of the Soiez canal, split in the government officials and the army, isolating those who still with the regime, surrounding the main positions in the state, and many other escalations that are needed to apply more pressure.

Victory is closer and no way in front of Hosni Mubarak but to leave sooner rather than later. For those who are still not with the revolution they have to reconsider their position as the people will not forgive them later. The army leaders are now in a difficult position if they link their role with the Hosni Mubarak regime. They have to decide between the people and their future and the regime and its downfall.

Victory to the people of Egypt.

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