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The 2011 Egyptian protests

The 2011 Egyptian Protests

On 28 January, Egyptians living in Canada and others gathered at the embassy in Ottawa as well as the consulate in Montréal. The next day, Canadians in Toronto, Montréal, Vancouver and other cities peacefully demonstrated in support of the uprising, criticising the Canadian government's cautious and generic response. On 29 January, in Dearborn, Michigan, famous for its large Arab-American population, 300 people expressed their solidarity for the Egyptian people
The Egyptian embassy in Venezuela was temporarily taken over by Venezuelans of Egyptian descent, an action which was condemned by President Hugo Chavez.
Egyptians in Ireland and members of the Irish Anti-War Movement held a protest outside the embassy in Dublin on 28 January to "show solidarity for the people in Egypt to say to them that we are behind you and we support you."
In London, another 50 protesters called for Mubarak's regime to resign outside the Egyptian embassy. In Frankfurt, Germany, a small group also protested on 29 January in the main pedestrian zone, the Zeil, showing their support for the Egyptian people. In The Hague , The Netherlands, 200 people protested in front of the Peace Palace against the regime of Mubarak.

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