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Mubarak Surrenders on the Anniversary of the Iran Revolution and Release of Nelson Mandela

Posted by alanmirs on February 12, 2011


Mubarak Surrenders on the Anniversary of the Iran Revolution and Release of Nelson Mandela

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Something truly wonderful has happened in Egypt for the Egyptian people.” – Jamie Rubin, Clinton Assistant Secretary of State

Hosni Mubarak no longer holds power over Egypt.  All the power transferred today to the military, the most stable of entities in that country.  Early reports are that last night military leaders threatened to remove their uniforms and join the protesters if he didn’t resign, making it so that Mubarak had no alternative.

A historic day – in many ways

This is not the only revolution that happened on this date, February 11th.  In addition to the fact that anyone Egyptian under the age of 30 has never known another president, today is also the 32nd anniversary of the Iranian Revolution and the 21st  anniversary of the release of Nelson Mandela after 27 hard years in Robbin Island prison in Capetown

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