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Approximately 250 protesters marched from 22nd and Market streets in Philadelphia to City Hall in support of the Egyptian people calling for the ouster of the current president. The overwhelming theme of todays protest was freedom, stating 30 years is enough. He must go now, not at the end of his current term 6 months from now. Discussion to be held at Temple University planned for 7 pm. Update on situation. Who, exactly, does Washington DC back? Jan 31st protest. Feb 6th update.

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Popular Uprisings demanding the economic relief and greater democracy have erupted across North Africa and the Middle East, bringing and end to the 30 year ruin of the unpopular Egyptian president Mubarak. The Philadelphia community saw the evidence today, february 2, 2011 as 250 or more people marched from 22nd and Market streets to the Philadelphia city hall at Broad and Market streets the march began at 2 pm.
 

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