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Egypt: Freedom Party Continues (Videos)

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

Since the news came out that Hosni Mubarak has decided to step down as president of Egypt, celebrations were carried out across the country. Throughout the world, people are celebrating in solidarity with the Egyptian people and their newly recovered freedom. More and more videos are uploaded on social networks and video sharing websites. Millions of people filmed different angles of a globally celebrated moment. Here's a tiny sample of the videos posted online.

Following the announcement of the resignation of Mubarak, millions flooded into the streets of Cairo, cheering and hugging each other in joy. This video posted by sweetbabynikki captures these unique moments:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vn7QiqWNF5c

Throughout the world, people have been joining the party.

This video of a rally held in the city of Chicago, USA, was posted by DavidMoskow:

From Geneva in Switzerland, this video by gasoline90:

Hundreds gathered in Trafalgar Square in central London on Saturday. In this video, posted by 20088mmm you can hear marchers chanting “State security where are you? … Facebook has just fooled you!”:

In the following video, posted by GodBlesstheGrass, Egyptian Americans hold a rally and make a snow pyramid in front of the Minnesota Capitol to celebrate the end of the Mubarak dictatorship:

In the Jordanian capital Amman, people celebrated the departure of Mubarak in front of the Egyptian embassy, as shown in this video posted by nadine89er:

This other video, posted by TheHolyDamnation, shows people gathering in front of the Egyptian embassy in London, braving the cold weather, extatically chanting: “Here are the Egyptian people!”

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

  • Jim

    This is all for not. The terrorist group the Muslim Brotherhood is planning on running for Egypt’s presidential election and if wins there will be millions of non muslims at risk and in fear for their lives. This is Egypt’s next Dictatorship and bully, the Brotherhood.
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NrjN8BOTBn4

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