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Revolutionary Egypt, Vol. 8

A progressive publication issued by the Popular Committees to Defend the Revolution

Revolutionary Egypt

Issue 8, July 2011

Trials, Trials…the Gang is Still Ruling

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The Square Today, #8, 22 July

A revolutionary daily from the squares of liberation [tahrir]—distributed by the Union of Egyptian Socialist Youth and the Watan News Network—21 July 2011

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The Square Today, #7, 15 July

A daily distributed in Tahrir Square by the Union of Egyptian Socialist Youth and the Watan News Network—Monday—15 July—Number 7

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The Square Today, #6, 17 July

Security forces said that the leadership of the degenerate National [Democratic] Party allocated 6 million Egyptian pounds to implement the storming of Tahrir Square and eviction of the revolutionaries in the famous event now known as “the Battle of the Camels.” The sources also indicated that arrangements for the operation were made inside a villa in Garden City, and that an operations room was formed in the ‘Uruba Palace for follow-up.

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Gurnal, Volume #1

We are a group of young people contemporary with the change that has happened for ourselves and others in and outside of Tahrir Square during the events of this revolution. We’ve undertaken different tasks: cleaning, directing traffic, guarding shops, securing the streets, etc.

One of the principle reasons for working on this newspaper is to spread awareness among the people and ensure that this revolution is not commandeered by different currents or parties; we see that this is a popular revolution and must stay that way.

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Until Victory, No. 3: The Popular Socialist Alliance Party

It was natural for Egyptians to be angry, because instead of Mubarak’s trial, reports echoed with the intention to pardon him and release his wife because she had relinquished a few morsels. Then, finally, he and his sons were brought before the criminal court, without confidence from the people in the outcome of the trial. And instead of speedy trials for the main figures of the corrupt regime, civilians were transferred to military courts, and immediate judgments were issued against them.

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Revolutionary Egypt, Vol. 2

Those who took to the streets during the 18 days that allowed us to get rid of Mubarak are not the only ones holding onto the revolution’s embers, for there is also a group of revolutionary young men and women who decided to return to hold sit-ins on Tahrir Square a few days ago. They are asking for the fall of Shafiq’s government, an elected civilian presidential council, and other demands of the revolution which have not yet been met due to a slowdown of their realization and their circumventing by the current power. These young men and women are exposed daily to organized attempts to frighten and terrorize them at the hands of the army, the State Security Investigations Services, and what remains of the National Party. These institutions send hired hands to Tahrir Square, intending to spread rumors and pick fights with these courageous, brave youths.

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Revolutionary Egypt, Vol. 3

Next March 19th has been set as the date for the referendum on the prospective constitutional amendments. Their proposed form is under a dark shadow of doubt regarding their faithful response to the demand of the revolution and conviction that Egypt shall not return to the past. The form suggested for these amendments indicates nothing but the continuation of a lack of respect for the mentality of the Egyptian citizen and a lack of interest for his participation in the public affairs of his country.

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Revolutionary Egypt, Vol. 5

When the entire regime falls, from the president to his MP’s and ministers, on through his corrupt businessmen… When they are given fair, public trials that the people can follow … When the torture files, old and new, are opened… When those individuals who tortured and killed tens of Egyptians, along with those who ordered them to do so, those with whom they collaborated, and those who oversaw their actions, are investigated… When those individuals who have been detained in prisons for years without charge or trial are set free… When apologies are made to those who suffered torture and imprisonment, and when these individuals are compensated for the oppression they faced at the hands of the security apparatus.

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The Revolution Continues

From the first moment, there were six principles—three things to tear down and three things to build: putting an end to colonization and its supporters, demolishing the feudal system, and fighting corruption and capitalism’s control over political rule. The other three principles were: establishing a strong national army, social justice, and a true democratic system.

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Revolutionary Egypt, Vol. 6 (2 Pages)

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Until Victory, No. 1: Party of the Popular Socialist Alliance, Foundation Issue

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