by Ziad Abdel Tawab
Yesterday, on 10 February I was standing in the middle of Tahrir square surrounded by millions of Egyptians, watching as my friends began to weep in response to a defiant speech by Mubarak in which he refused to step down. A friend of mine, in an attempt to revive hope yelled out 'We are revolutionaries! We don't cry! We haven't been defeated!' A few questions must be raised and most importantly: is this a wide spread popular uprising or a revolution?