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Mubarak Departure ......Egypt Celebrate Its New History

"I'm 21 years old and this is the first time in my life I feel free," an ebullient Abdul-Rahman Ayyash, born eight years after Mubarak came to power, said as he hugged fellow protesters in Tahrir Square, where crowds remained all through the night.
Egypt has inscribed Its New History on a New Liberal Pyramid built in Tahreer Square by the rebellions of the Jan 25  ,with a base of dignity ,honor and self sacrifice for a bright sunny future and for a glorious Egypt.
Around 11 a.m. EST, Hosni Mubarak, Egypt's president for almost 30 years, resigned. In a 30-second statement, his vice president, Omar Suleiman, announced that the Supreme Council of the Armed Forces would manage the state's affairs. The military now appears to be fully in control of the country. Suleiman, Mubarak's ally, is still part of the governing body but with potentially diminished influence.  It is a fluid situation, and how power ultimately will shake out is unclear. The Sup…