Tweets from Tahrir LIVE

The revolution continues - live updates from Tahrir Square

Live updates from tweeters featured in the book Tweets from Tahrir: Egypt’s Revolution as It Unfolded, in the Words of the People Who Made It.

Despite toppling the dictator Hosni Mubarak in February 2011, Egypt remained under military rule and brutal repression. The revolution continues; activists are still protesting and still using Twitter to get the word out. Tweets from Tahrir told the story of the 18-day uprising that removed Mubarak; this page brings live coverage of the struggle.

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Mosa'ab Elshamy

By Platon for HRW
27 Aug ago

@AJStream #AskAbdullah :-) that's all.
26 Aug ago

Street pool in Cairo. August 2014. @ Ein Shams - Cairo
24 Aug ago

That video is the worst imaginable way for a family to receive about a son's death. RIP James. So sorry.
19 Aug ago

@SamMalleviale looks like that.
14 Aug ago

Here's an edit of my images from Rabaa before, during and after the massacre.
14 Aug ago

Rabaa was our collective moment of shame
14 Aug ago

A year later freelance photojournalist Mahmoud Abou Zeid (Shawkan) remains detained with no charge or trial. 365 days
14 Aug ago

A year later a monument honouring police and military stands in the same place where hundreds of civilians were massacred.
14 Aug ago

A year later the magnitude of killing in Rabaa is more realised and the mourning & condemnation seems louder. Not in vain.
14 Aug ago

@Linaattalah شكراً لمدى مصر على الأمل :)
14 Aug ago

@blakehounshell @Max_Fisher sorry guys, too dangerous for journalists.
14 Aug ago

We're never going to recover from this.
13 Aug ago

Massive kudos to @OmarSShakir and his colleagues at HRW for their report on Rabaa. An essential, historic document.
12 Aug ago

@Nael_Shama @Salamonty_ @Kemety No this is by my friend Mahmoud Khaled (the entire series is worth going through)…
11 Aug ago

@adlybazaar Visas? Come on..
11 Aug ago

The tweeters featured in this stream were all featured in the book Tweets from Tahrir, chosen for the quality of their tweets during the 18 day uprising. They are just a small selection of the activists in Egypt, and this stream is in no way comprehensive.