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This is a precarious time for both the Egyptian revolution and global Occupy movements. Constant assaults by the military and police, respectively, leave the uprisings vulnerable to becoming purely defensive rather than offensive actions.

State-sponsored sabotage keeps the groups in constant crisis as they attempt to micromanage things like, for example, dangerous addicts in their campsite, who actually may have been introduced to the protest by police in the first place.


Perhaps it is these commonalities that partly inspired Egypt to call for solidarity from the Occupy movement. Now is a critical time for the young revolution, as fear spreads that ruling generals are working to perpetuate their hold on power.

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Call-Out for Solidarity with Egypt: Defend the Revolution

A letter from Cairo to the Occupy/Decolonize movements & other solidarity movements.

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