Well, not yet, but it is only a matter of time.
EDIT - You read it here first! - END EDIT
The army has been called into quell the protests and he was supposed to make a speech on Egyptian TV - a speech that has been postponed.
It seems that Mubarak's primary backer has pulled out - Brian Whittaker from The Guardian describes his view of the US position, which if true more or less means they no longer think Mubarak will be in power for long:
Most women would struggle to cope with six sets of twins but for Gladys Bulinya it is even more difficult - as many people in her part of Kenya think twins are cursed.
Her relatives will have nothing to do with her, and her husband left her, fearing she was jinxed, after the sixth pair of twins arrived last year.
and before you man haters decide this is a perfect opportunity to hate on men, read to atleast the point where the first set of twins' grand father takes them in.
Protests in Egypt, people want to oust Hosni Mubarak. On Youtube google egypt protests 2011. I saw one clip where the crowds made the riot police retreat in fear.
I just wonder what are they protesting for fair democratic rule, or a fair islamic state? Anyone know?
Keep up with it, and insha'Allah pray for the muslim brothers and sisters over there.
P.S Lebanon are also protesting against their new leader hezbullah's najib miqati, youtube it. Also see presstv. But here there is possible sectarian violence, sunnis view it as a religious war against them.
British intelligence helped draw up a secret plan for a wide-ranging crackdown on the Islamist movement Hamas which became a security blueprint for the Palestinian Authority, leaked documents reveal. The plan asked for the internment of leaders and activists, the closure of radio stations and the replacement of imams in mosques.
The bulk of the British plan has since been carried out by the West Bank-based PA security apparatus which is increasingly criticised for authoritarian rule and human rights abuses, including detention without trial and torture.
Read more @ The Guardian
Today was a day of protest in Egypt (and other places most notably Lebanon) - something sparked off by the success of the protests in Tunisia.
From the pictures and videos I have seen they seem pretty crappy, but they are still the largest disturbance against the regime in like a generation. Some things start small I guess - let's see where this goes.
Back in the day people used to use words like "may you live in interesting times" as a curse but its good to see despotic dictators and leaders in the arab world quake in their boots.
There has been a leak tonight of around 1,600 documents from the Palestinian side covering their negotiations with Israel.
Mehboob Ayub, who has a butcher's shop in Huddersfield, alleged that HMC inspectors threatened him, tried to damage his property and told people in the local mosque not buy his meat.
"They tried to push me in my shop and argue with me, they tried to take my posters down and have been telling people in the local mosque not to buy meat from my shop," Mr Ayub said.
"I buy my meat from a HMC-registered slaughterhouse, my wholesaler has a HMC licence, so why should I pay them Â£30 a week to sell the meat? They just want money."
Read more @ BBC News
Apparently the latest craze in the arab world is for people to protest by burning themses to death in public places.
Where is the fun in that?
(a guy burning himself to death is supposed to have started off the protests in Tunisia, but its not as "effective" in other places - according to this article, 12 people have done the same thing in Egypt in the past week!)