Egypt Google manager: Time for negotiations has passed

By JPOST.COM STAFF
February 10, 2011 12:48

 
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The time for negotiations in Egypt has passed, according to Wael Ghonim, a Google marketing manager who helped spark the country's unprecedented protest movement in recent weeks.

In a CNN interview aired Wednesday night, Ghonim spoke of the beginning of the revolution: "The plan was to get everyone on their feet... our demands are gonna be all about what touches people's daily life."

Ghonim also spoke of the Muslim Brotherhood, which he said was "not involved at all" in the planning stages of the revolution. "The Muslim Brotherhood announced that they're not going to participate officially."

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