Logistics

One Nation Foundation For Development and Freedoms

We found that even the first signs of change realized by the revolution were slipping from our hands…

We were surprised by the not-guilty verdicts against those who wasted public money… one after the other…

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The Revolution is in the Service of the People

You feel that the people are fed up with the revolution and everything related to Tahrir and you don’t know how to convince them that you have skills and you want your country to benefit from them…You earnestly want to participate in the advancement of Egypt.

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Million-Man March for the Transfer of Power to Civilians April 2012

What happened to the Military Council’s promises in its official statements during and after the revolution that 2011 would not pass without an elected council and President and that the transitional period would not exceed six months??!!

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The Pact of Your Square

In the event of any medical emergency, proceed to any of the square’s hospitals: in the main garden of the square, next to the `Umar Makram mosque, and next to the Hardee’s.

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Six Injured Individuals Return to the Square, and the Strikers Refuse “al-Munira”

Seven participants in the sit-in in Tahrir Square were injured and transferred to al-Munira Hospital after clashes yesterday between protesters and street vendors at the entrance to the square in front of the Egyptian Museum.

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“Square Security” Apprehends “Gang Kidnapping Children”

The Popular Committee for Safeguarding the Square apprehended a young woman named “S. M.” from the Masalla region in al-Matariyya as she entered the square with a knife in her possession. She had put the knife in her bag. During this incident, the young woman’s words faltered, and she said some incomprehensible things, among them that she was working with a gang to kidnap children.

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Recommendations of the Tahrir Doctors Regarding Emergency Care in the Square

Since we believe that citizens are entitled to medical attention and to receive treatment as fast as possible, which is what preserves their safety, dignity, and health, we recommend:

Compliance with the scientific bases by transferring the sick to ambulances using medical stretchers. The safety of the sick person should be insured while he is being moved.

That those responsible for medical units verify their employees. Diagnosis and providing emergency medical services should be done by doctors, pharmacists, and nurses under the supervision of the doctor responsible for the unit.

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From Tahrir Square to the Alleys and Streets: The Experience of the Committee to Defend the Revolution in al-Ma’adi, al-Basatin, and Dar al-Salam

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The Popular Revolution: Statement Number 1

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“This Announcement Is For All Egyptians”: Courses in Social Media

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“How to Revolt”

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Details of the Revolution from Tahrir Square

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