Interview with Wael Ghonim

Wael Ghonim (twitter: @ghonim), who was detained by the Egyptian regime and spent 12 days in jail, was released yesterday. He immediately gave an interview to Mona al Shazly (spelled right?) Dream TV, which was very emotional. This interview has been brought to youtube including English subtitles. For reasons of documentation I post the 3 videos here: Part 1: Part 2: Part 3: Shokran to all who made this available to non Arab speakers....

08.02.2011 · 1 min · De Benny

Tahrir Youth Statement

I found this one here. It says to spread, so with this I do: A Statement from the protesters at Cairo’s Tahrir square‬‪to the Egyptian people‬ ‪ ‬ ‪The President’s promises and the bloody events of Wednesday February 2‬ ‪ ‬ ‪We the protesters who are currently on sit-in at Tahrir (liberation) square in Cairo since January 25, 2011 strongly condemn the brutal attack carried out by the governing National Democratic Party’s (NDP) mercenaries at our location on Wednesday February 2, under the guise of “rally” in support of President Mubarak....

07.02.2011 · 8 min · De Benny

Flavoring the World, Dispersing Darkness – A Sermon on Matthew 5:13-20, Epiphany 5A

Flavoring the World, Dispersing Darkness – A Sermon on Matthew 5:13-20, Epiphany 5A. The picture of the Christians guarding the praying Muslims has made it into a sermon…

06.02.2011 · 1 min · De Benny

Free like an Egyptian

04.02.2011 · 0 min · De Benny

Egypt Revolution

Usually I write this blog in German, but this time, I want to use the English tungue to possibly reach a broader audience. And actually I do not have very much to say at this time. All I can say is that I am praying for the Revolution on the Nile to be successful soon, and that there will not be more casulties, and I think I am not alone with this thought in the western world....

03.02.2011 · 2 min · De Benny