The Faces of the Revolution

You see it in their faces, the feeling of euphoria. The vibrations are contagious as the Egyptians celebrated all night.

The power of Social Networking is just amazing. Look what happened to Egypt with the power of things like Twitter and Facebook. They are grateful to Facebook for playing a part in this revolution. I don’t want to dampen their joy right now but I know there is a long road ahead of them. There is hope and optimism. “Nothing less than genuine democracy will carry the day” – President Obama

From a doctors, to lawyers, to taxi-drivers out in the Tahrir square , here are the other faces of the revolution! These photos captures the emotions in Egypt right now and will remain a part of history.

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