Statement of the “Coalition of the Youths of the Wrath Revolution
Fellow Egyptian citizens ... we are your sons, your daughters, your brothers and sisters who are protesting in Tahrir square and other squares
Of Egypt, we promise you we will not to go back to our homes until the demands of our great revolution are realized.
Millions have gone out to overthrow the regime, and so the matter goes beyond figures in particular to the whole administration of the Egyptian State, which was transformed from a servant of the people to a master of them.
We have heard the president's disappointing speech. Moreover, someone who has killed more than 300 youths, kidnapped and injured thousands more is not entitled to brag about past glories. Nor are his followers entitled to talk about the President's dignity, because the dignity, life and security of the Egyptian people is far more valuable than any single person's dignity no matter how high a position he holds.
Our people live though tragedy for a week now, since Mubarak's regime practiced a siege against us, releasing criminals and outlaws to terrorize us, imposing a curfew, stopping public transportation, closing banks, cutting off communications and shutting down the internet. However, if it were not for the courage of Egyptian youths who stayed up nights in the People's Committees it would have been a terrible tragedy.
We want this crisis to end as soon as possible and for our lives and our families' lives to get back to normal, but we do not trust Hosni Mubarak in leading the transitional period. He is the same person, who refused over the past 30 years any real political and economic reforms, and he hired criminals to attack Tahrir Square and the peaceful demonstrators there, killing dozens and injuring thousands – including women, elderly, and children.
Also, we will not allow the corrupt to remain in charge of the state institutions; therefore, we will continue our sit-in until the following demands are realized:
Long live Egypt and tons of freedom, democracy and social justice.