Image 1 of 21: Ghada Abdel Razek: Participated in demonstrations in support of Mubarak, and attacked the protesters or rebels. She also fought with her love interest over his staunch support of the masses.
Image 1 of 21: Yussra: Defended the president and called for young people to return to their homes and refused to not find negatives in the policies of the 30 year old system.
Image 1 of 21: Anas El Feqi: Used his position as minister in the media to blackout events in the demonstrations and discredit the rebels and human rights organizations on Egyptian television.
Image 1 of 21: Hassan Yousif: Newspaper 'Dunya Al Watan'. The actor Hassan Yousef described the young Egyptians loitering about in Tahrir Square as a mob of cowards and thugs.
Image 1 of 21: Khaery Ramadan: Used his RTV program on Egyptian television to coat his insidious words in honey, as he slated NGOs and foreign aid workers, or human rights activists, helping the injured rebels, as nothing less than agents of foreign agendas.
Image 1 of 21: Ilham Shaheen: She said in an interview on Egyptian television - It is shameful that the demonstrators threaten reporters, and lauded President Mubarak as Egyp's idol.
Image 1 of 21: May Al Shirbini: Fiercely attacked the rebels on 'Al-Mehwar' channel, and issued them with some harsh accusations.
Image 1 of 21: Sabrine: she attacked the rebels and in defense of Mubarak said that "insulting the Egyptian President Husni Mubarak even after he'd conceded to step down very shortly" was taken by her as an insult.
Image 1 of 21: Emad El Din Adeeb: Defended the pro-Mubarak rally, which started from the Dr Mostafa Mahmoud Mosque from the district of the "Al Mohandiseen" calling the demonstration very real.
Image 1 of 21: Adel Imam: Described the demonstrations as 'absurd' as members of the infiltrators bore no common agenda to that in the interests of the Egyptian people, and they were driven by hidden hands that want to keep Egypt in the dark.
Image 1 of 21: Ahmed El Sakka: Announced his support for Mubarak and made persistent calls on Egyptian television for the expulsion of the protesters from Tahrir Square .
Image 1 of 21: Ashraf Zaki: Led the demonstrations of Mubarak support as the Head of the Guild of Actors.
Image 1 of 21: Dalal Abd El Aziz: She described the rebel to 'Al Hayat' channel as, Liberal Youths Crazed by Facebook.
Image 1 of 21: Abdullah Kamal: Supporter of the Regime, was reported speaking out against the revolution, reprehending the rebels, in addition to attacking all the demands of the revolution.
Image 1 of 21: Nehal Anbar: Participated in the demonstration in Mustafa Mahmoud square, but only to popularize her belief that this was not the way to treat the President.
Image 1 of 21: Shams Baroudi: Accused the rebels of having the agenda of Israeli and American with Amr Adib, "I do not know what is happening in Egypt now, but I think that the scenario of Iraq and strife will be repeated in Egypt".
Image 1 of 21: Hana Simari: In her TV program on the 'Mehwar' channel she hosted some protesters who claimed for an entire episode that they had received training from the Israeli soldiers and the United States in order to demonstrate against their leader.
Image 1 of 21: Tamer Husni: He supported Mubarak. He was beaten and kicked out by anti-Mubarak at Tahrir Square.
Image 1 of 21: Karam Gabr: Supporter of the Mubarak regime and fiercely against violations of the rules. He always writes in Rose El Youssef and debates in the media speaking out against demands for change and against the rebels.
Image 1 of 21: Syed Ali: In his TV program, he clearly signaled his support of Mubarak in his show hosted by journalist Najat Rahman under the claim for an entire episode that she had been influenced by Israeil and American allied agents.
Image 1 of 21: Hassan Shehata: Participated in demonstrations to support Mubarak and spoke in no uncertain terms on his full support for the continuation of Mubarak's regime.