Tunisia then Egypt what is next…. Could it be Sudan
Sudan is not going to miss out on this peak protest period, and is allegedly protesting peacefully today....
"will Sudan witness a public uprising such as the one it has witnessed when it uprooted the late president Gafar Nimary in 1985 by a public uprising.."
Arab Earthquake: Egypt Is the Region's Turning Point
Firas Al-Atraqchi predicts that the Egyptian rumblings we are hearing this week bode of change on a seismic scale that will reverberate throughout the region. Taking the lead Egypt, who represents the fault line for a shake-up in the region, will precipitate the aftershock and tremors felt as far as Yemen and Sudan. Already there are murmurs in Jordan, Libya, Algeria.
"one thing is very clear: The Arab masses are sick and tired of being sick and tired."
"From Tunisia spread a renewed hope that Arabs are experiencing a re-awakening of the collective conscience."
A witty look at the choice of leaders witnessed by Egypt.
From an American/ Zionist point of view, there would have been more chance of containment if Mubarak had been sacrificed on Friday. So far the sacrifice has reached the son and presumptive heir Gamal Mubarak, who’s fled with his brother to London. When Mubarak senior appointed Omar Suleiman as vice president on Saturday, he signalled Suleiman as his successor. Suleiman is a top regime secret service man, and the favoured link to Israel and the Palestinian Authority. Protestors immediately poured scorn on him.
Mubarak’s new prime minister is Ahmad Shafiq, former minister of aviation. Has he been chosen to fly the president into exile?
And- from earlier in the week- a blue-print from the Arabic original pamphlet protest plan.
"Egyptian activists have been circulating a kind of primer to Friday's planned protest. We were sent the plan by two separate sources and have decided to publish excerpts here, with translations into English. Over Twitter, we connected with a translator, who translated the document with exceptional speed."