Some local Arab-Americans say they hope what’s happened in Egypt will happen in other Arab countries now.
Waving Egyptian flags and yelling “freedom,” Arab-Americans celebrated this afternoon as passing motorists honked horns in support.
The celebrations continue in Cairo as Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak leaves office, former UM-Dearborn student Jeneen Ezzat is right in the middle of the unfolding history.
Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak says he is transferring power to his vice president, but will not leave the country.
Native Egyptian, Haney Othaman who lives in metro Detroit says, with all these recent concessions, it’s just hard to trust Mubarack and anything his administration does.
Local organizations are urging US officials to support those in Egypt who are trying to bring democracy to that country.
Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak will likely be forced out. That prediction from one area Political Science professor.
With continued protests in Egypt, there is concern that we may see gas prices go up here in the U.S.
On the day Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak is to appoint a new government protests continue in Cairo and locally hundreds of people showed their support for the Egyptian protestors.