Egyptian Revolution


When and Where

The Protests started early in 2011. January 25, 2011 in Egypt to be exact. It was a Tuesday.

Caues of the Revolution

There are many reasons Egypt wanted to rebel. The extreme poverty and rampant unemployment is a reason for a revolution. Another large reason for rebellion is government corruption. Another major cause was the autocratic governance of the persident Hosni Mubarak

Who was Involved?

Many revolutions, if not all revolutions are between the government and its people. This one is no different. Egyptian citizens are going against the government. To respond to the people, the government blocked Twitter and enraged many citizens. They also blocked Facebook.


The rebellion was successful. The Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak resigned on February 11, 2011. People regained their natural rights. After 30 years, Egypt will have a change in power.

Lasting Effects

The conservitive Muslim Brotherhood will rise to power in Egypt. The Brotherhood's main goals are to reinstate the caliphate form of government, and reunifying the practices of Islam together.

Pictures of the Egyptian Revolution