Several people were reported killed yesterday as 20,000 protesters marched across Egypt's capital Cairo.
Police fired water cannons and tear gas into the crowds as the protesters hurled back bottles and stones in one of the country's biggest ever anti-government demonstrations.
Many protests by youths also took place in remote desert villages as angry youths threw handfuls of sand at transistor radios broadcasting the voice of president Mubarak as he called for a return to calm.
With the president's voice silenced under the handfuls of revolutionary sand wild parties then went on long into the night around desert camp fires as village elders joined the courageous young freedom fighters in joyous dancing to music under the stars ,rewarding the courage shown by their brave offspring with copious amounts of Egypt's Sakara Gold beer in celebration of their victory over government oppression.
The protesters are angry at the high levels of unemployment in Egypt together with a high rise in the cost of living - similar to the rises in living costs and unemployment in Britain.
The Egyptian interior ministry has banned all open fires throughout Egypt until calm has been restored .
In Britain David Cameron is said to be keeping a close eye on the Egyptian situation and has postponed the sending of 10,000 more troops to Afghanistan in case they will be needed here over the next few weeks.