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Thousands gather at Bahrain's 'Tahrir Square' - Video

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02/15/11

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Thousands gather at Bahrain's 'Tahrir Square' - Video

Thousands gather at Bahrain's 'Tahrir Square'

After a second death in Bahrain protesters call for the end of the monarchy gathering in their thousands at the Pearl monument, which they are calling their own 'Tahrir Square'.

A second day of protests in Bahrain has resulted in a second death and thousands more joining the crowds calling for the end of the monarchy and implementation of a democratic government.


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Comment from: john john [Visitor]
john john

The Middle east Arabs revolution must continue until this people free from backward corrupt system end, I praise all Arabs women to fight for their right.

02/15/11 @ 23:03
Comment from: Degu [Visitor]
2 stars
Degu

That chick in the burqa is hot!

02/16/11 @ 01:50
Comment from: ONLF [Visitor]
ONLF

i wonder when in Ethiopia the people will stand up for their dignity and say no more MINORITY rule, unending suppression and basic human right violations all over Ethiopia beside ETHNIC cleaning of Innocent Somali Ogaden and endless war with neighboring countries.

down zenawy,down religious monotheist Abyssinian and freedom to all rebel fighters viva ONLF,OLF and the rest

02/16/11 @ 02:00
Comment from: ala [Visitor]
ala

@ John John aka Hagos; You are funny men, have you heard the saying ” Aree Lay Koma Fes Gemagn Te-lalech” . That clearly describe You. You wine and dine with rootless dictator MZ and You are hear clapping for freedom fighters. You’re so screwed up forgot which team you are ON.

quote ” The Middle east Arabs revolution must continue until this people free from backward corrupt system end, I praise all Arabs women to fight for their right.”

who is more backward than TPLF? You make yourself public enemy number one from all sides. Don’t think that its going to continue rose and gravy throughout eternity? You’ll return all the spoils in full. Yes You will cough up. All The crime you have Committed will comes back one day to hunt to you. You can’t live in peace ever until has been served.

02/16/11 @ 02:05
Comment from: Tesema [Visitor]
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Tesema

john john
What a double standard you are how about for Ethiopia new revolution.
People need change.

02/16/11 @ 05:19
Comment from: ethiomonitor [Visitor]
ethiomonitor

As Western values sought to take root and usher in a new modernity, the predominant Arab-Muslim influence was taking the culture backwards toward more primitive notions.  What happened to this great center of civilization is represented today in the horrific and inhumane treatment of the Copts.  This theocratic state lashes out against those who live outside the chosen religion within Egypt and prepares Egyptian Muslims to do the same beyond their borders.  Mohammed Atta, for one, hails from Egypt.

Mubarak followed the footsteps of his two predecessors as he furthered the Islamization of Egypt, which in turn increased the level of discrimination against Copts.  In nearly thirty years of ruling Egypt, Mubarak did nothing of significance to facilitate relations between Christians and Muslims.  Instead, he carried out the original Islamization of Egypt designed by those who authored the Coup of 1952 (the revolution) that overthrew King Farouk.

When Copts remained largely powerless and passive under Egypt’s Muslim rulers of the past sixty years, they witnessed their freedoms gradually slip away with the buildup of a religious Islamic state and a sharia-compliant nation.

Can you see the hypocrisy in Muslims requesting special religious privileges in America while Copts in Egypt continue to be forced to worship in fear under Islam – churches remain unsafe, and barriers remain to building and renovating churches.

Please follow us on ethiomonitorblog

02/16/11 @ 08:34
Comment from: Zenaw. [Visitor]
Zenaw.

ያኢኮኖሚ ግሽበት!
የዋጋ ንረት!
የነዳዽ እጥርት! አደገኛ ጥምረት!
ረሃብና! ስደት!

አይ ወያኔ!
ባትሞችም ሞተሻል!

02/16/11 @ 10:03
Comment from: samel [Visitor]
samel

yes Ethiopia is not egypt
1) Egypt army is educated and be able to use there brain and make a decsion but the retarded agazy not
2) Egypt president love his people Melse dsnt respect or love the people
3)Egypt pepole over come anything that can divede them like relgion or tribe Ethiopia people not
3)Egyptian are able to comunicate through social networks but Ethiopian not so the only way out from this is armed struggle

02/16/11 @ 12:55
Comment from: TEDDY [Visitor]
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TEDDY

TPLF Thugs medias are chanelling unbased propagandas of the so called
failure of Patriotic Ethiopians in the Diaspora demonstration against their leba master and his agazis .WHAT A JOCK ,such stupid statements were also chanelled by the
then Mubarak and Ben Ali’ s supporters ,AND YOU KNOW WHAT HAS BEEN RECENTLY THE FINAL RESULT !!!!
SOON MESKEL SQUARE SHALL BECOME THE
ADDIS TAHRIR SAQUARE and evil guys as
Pig Ben and Negesti the Tahlid that
will be wiped put by the true Ethiopians !!!!!

02/16/11 @ 13:20
Comment from: Aba Kabada [Visitor]
Aba Kabada

Starting from 3rd Megabit 2003 EC no Ethiopian will go to his job until Melese Zenawi steps doun of power.

02/16/11 @ 13:41
Comment from: Observer [Visitor]
Observer

Are the Arebs the only people that are oppressed? African are the most oppressed people on the face of the earth. This is not a revolution this is the west want to get their in the cookie jar. That is all. Are you trying to tell me the people of Bahrain with one of the highest standard of living in the middle east are more oppressed than Ethiopians or any other Africans? NO. This is not a revolution, this is a take over by the West. At least it is done with out Army like what George Bush did.

02/16/11 @ 13:50
Comment from: Tulu Proud ET [Visitor]
Tulu Proud ET

The protest is spreading to Libya.

In no time it will catch up with Ethiopians.

Dictators are faced with powerful protestors that they never dreamed of. They are all on the verge of running including Meles.

Meles is next. Meles the blood sucker, get out or get blown off by the force of Ethiopian youths

02/16/11 @ 13:52
Comment from: john john [Visitor]
john john

Dear Tesema
Ethiopia went through many change for better future now it’s a time for us to polish her good name.

02/17/11 @ 23:12

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