in 2005 and after the elections a new government was appointed by the president and the majority of the minsters were businessmen which we called at that time the marriage between wealth and authority we felt the wealth of Egypt was taken by very few people, poor people were getting poorer they can’t even afford the basics of their life
DURING the Revolution:
It went on for 18 wonderful days in our history starting by a very educated young people whom were surrounded by normal people from all ages to become people revolution. the regime has tried to use every single way to stop it from success, set the war against them in media showing them as non loyal protesters receiving funding from international organisations which was proved false, killing more than 800 protesters but never stopped, I haven’t seen such a great atmosphere in my life watching them cleaning the square every night, every one sharing his food, drink, life with other people it was the moment Egyptians said no for unjust, violence, corruption. it was great to see all of that when I went to buy my marriage suit and decided to walk into Tahrir square and be there, in 11 February 2011 the victory moment did actually happen and the peak of the regime Mubarak decided to leave, I watched the celebration on my wedding car, every car driving by my and my bride was carrying Egypt flags, it is a moment to stay on my mind forever.
AFTER the Revolution:
the first goal of the revolution has successfully happened but too many other goals still waiting and it will take time to achieve ,fair and justice, good standard of life ,health ,education ,those are the goals ,it is time to work every on in his on place of the good for this country ,I feel that is the duty of every one loving this country ,as a tour guide I make sure when I have explore groups to tell them about our history revolution and make them have a wonderful time ,it is not over yet we have a lot of work to do .