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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Sarah Naguib

Brilliant twitter.com/microMAF/statu…
18 Apr ago

@AssemMemon مش ناسية.
18 Apr ago

@AssemMemon ya almost done. حالة نفسية
18 Apr ago

من اكثر الحاجات اللي عاجباني في استخدام الحياة هي لما باقلب الصفحة والاقي الدنيا ظلمة.
18 Apr ago

Who puts up their own picture in their own office? twitter.com/Gemyhood/statu…
17 Apr ago

11:11, I wish for peace of mind
17 Apr ago

@AssemMemon seriously assem?! beware of my bad energy 3ashan not to have 'spilled' over.
16 Apr ago

To the people who spilt their drinks all over my speakers I WILL NEVER FORGIVE YOU. Sending you bad energy as I type. yes I am.
16 Apr ago

ساعات باحس ان التعبير عن مشاعري دي حاجة في قمة الغباء وباثيتيك ومالهاش لازمة. وساعات اقول مابدهاش مش فارق معايا. يع.
16 Apr ago

Fair wages? sexism? political representation? Just a thought
16 Apr ago

And maybe urm, object to some of the real problems women in this society have? Like jee, I dunno, sexual harassment? domestic violence?
16 Apr ago

Those wonderfully spirited, wildly determined women protesting the veil...you think you can leave that up to every woman to decide?
16 Apr ago

@mahazja hahahah but the color of her hair is awesome.
15 Apr ago

@AssemMemon aywa ba2a :))
15 Apr ago

"حب مدخن كسمك الرنجة."
15 Apr 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.