Sandmonkey blogs from Cairo

Mahmoud Salem aka Sandmonkey is blogging a remarkable first-hand account from Cairo.  His vehicle  was destroyed while attempting to take food and water to protesters. He just spoke on CNN – desperate and at wit’s end.

I don’t know how to start writing this. I have been battling fatigue for not sleeping properly for the past 10 days, moving from one’s friend house to another friend’s house, almost never spending a night in my home, facing a very well funded and well organized ruthless regime that views me as nothing but an annoying bug that its time to squash will come. The situation here is bleak to say the least.

Read his blog here.

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2 Responses to “Sandmonkey blogs from Cairo”

  1. Sandmonkey’s story is absolutely amazing. Was able to donate a little money to his efforts today (his blog has a “donate” button). I’m hoping I gave enough to offset the portion of my tax dollars that went to Mubarak.

    http://www.sandmonkey.org/2011/02/03/egypt-right-now/

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