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Abdul Rahman Mansour Another Man Behind the Revolution
Abdul Rahman Mansour Another Man Behind the Revolution
Following the revelation of Wael Ghoneim Google's now famous executive as being behind the People’s Revolution it’s only fair to announce that others were among the admin of January 25th and we are all Khaled Saed’s Facebook page.
Wednesday, February 23,2011 05:42
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Following the revelation of Wael Ghoneim gogle's now famous excutive as being behind the People’s Revolution it’s only fair to announce that others were among the admin of January 25th and we are all Khaled Saed’s social networking Facebook page.
 
Abdul Rahman Mansour a young man who till recently remained anonymous during the revealing of Ghoneim’s identity is one of those who deserves to be acknowledged.

Mansour is a young man who had just begun his military service during the outbreak of the revolution and a colleague of Ghoneim and was an active element of the Facebook groups in addition to formerly working with Jazeera Talk and numerous other blogs and the official English website for the Muslim Brotherhood ‘Ikhwanweb”.

During interrogations after Ghoneim's arrest Mansour's friends decided it was safer to abstain from including his name during investigaions fearing for his wellbeing since he was still in the service and the future remained unclear despite the team being innocent of any violence and only advocated peaceful protests.
 
The Faculty of Arts student who majored in Journalism has always aspired to perfect his writings and has proved to be a positive patriotic activist speaking as much as possible the truth relaying his dreams of a free Egypt where citizens enjoy freedom of speech without fear or oppression.

 

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