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Egypt: Let's hear the voices of the protestors themselves

Salon is on the money when it writes...

"What's too often lost in the coverage of Egypt's violent clashes are the stories of the people fighting. This slide show offers a look at 10 individuals who make up the crowd of thousands gathered in Tahrir Square day after day. They are students, sailors, teachers, executives, government employees and members of the Muslim Brotherhood. Meet Egypt's protesters -- the people who are behind one of the greatest moments in modern Egyptian history."

Go here for the slide show referred to.

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