1924: Mona in Alexandria, Egypt, writes: "I believe that the demonstrators should go home while their cause is still legitimate. The have made their voices heard. I do not want President Mubarak to leave our country in an undignified manner. Egypt is not Tunisia. The people of Egypt are rational. We opt for a democratic process of arbitration over the next seven months." Have Your Say
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