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Egypt: Children, Fish and Cats Ask Mubarak to Leave

This post is part of our special coverage of Egypt Protests 2011.

Children, fish and even cats, have joined millions of Egyptians in their call for an end to the Mubarak regime.

In this video, from YouTube, a young Egyptian boy leads the chants calling for the ousting of president Hosni Mubarak, who has ruled Egypt for 30 years:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dsnPi9Km65A

In Tahrir Square, children are also seen in this video chanting for the overthrow of Mubarak, and his regime:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XjdDf-eT_KQ

On Twitter, Dalia Ziada shares a link to a video showing children in the US, eager to join the protests in Tahrir Square and notes:

حسني مبارك خلى أطفال أمريكا تتكلم عربي وتطالب بإسقاطه http://t.co/SUppl10 #Egypt #Jan25 #Mubarak #Kids #US
Hosni Mubarak has made children in the US speak Arabic and call for his ousting

From Japan, five-year-old Nina describes the unfolding developments in Egypt, after seeing pictures of the demonstrations in a newspaper:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XyYMVbk2zHg

On Twitter, Sarah Carr shares the following photograph, and says:

And another one: السمك يريد اسقاط النظام http://on.fb.me/eGCQs1 Fish want the downfall of the regime #jan25

Divers put up a sign underwater which says: The fish want the downfall of the regime

And in Bahrain, my cats too are holding their own demonstration, appealing to Mubarak to step down and fulfil the the wishes of millions of Egyptians:

My cat Tiny appeals to Mubarak to step down

My cat Tiny appeals to Mubarak to step down

Divers photo credit: Ahmed Abdelhamid

This post is part of our special coverage of Egypt Protests 2011.

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