Egypt’s main national newspaper “AlAhram”- That we need to preserve the past to tell a truthfull storyand protect it from being altered.-Al Ahram before the revolution was glorifying ex-presidentMubarak and after the revolution they cursed him andrequested his trial for corruption.Faulty news are marked with a big X
26th January 2011 http://www.ahram.org.eg/pdf/Zoom_1500/45341/index.html Disturbance in Lebanon! Small limited peaceful protests in Egypt X
27th January 2011 http://www.ahram.org.eg/pdf/Zoom_1500/45342/index.html 4 Dead, 162 policemen injured and 118 civilian injured, arresting 100
28th January 2011 http://www.ahram.org.eg/pdf/Zoom_1500/45343/index.html (Friday of Anger and Revolt) The president is making sure civilians are ok and peace is getting into Alexandria X Mubarak asks the government to be concerned more with unemployment and poverty
29th January 2011 http://www.ahram.org.eg/pdf/Zoom_1500/45344/index.html Curfew declared in big cities The army and X police try to maintain safety
30th January 2011 http://www.ahram.org.eg/pdf/Zoom_1500/45345/index.html New vice-president declared and Police are absent Thugs escaping from prisons
31st January 2011 http://www.ahram.org.eg/pdf/Zoom_1500/45346/index.html The President meets with the Army The Police are back in the streets X
1st February 2011 http://www.ahram.org.eg/pdf/Zoom_1500/45347/index.html New government with no “businessmen”* X *The regime was composed of businessmen who became richer by influencing the government to their benefit.
2nd February 2011 http://www.ahram.org.eg/pdf/Zoom_1500/45348/index.html A million-member revolution asks for change.
3rd February 2011 http://www.ahram.org.eg/pdf/Zoom_1500/45349/index.html Millions in the streets supporting Mubarak. X A million-member march in the love of the president in Cairo X A day of loyalty to the president in all Egyptian cities X
4th February 2011 http://www.ahram.org.eg/pdf/Zoom_1500/45350/index.html Protesters are still in the Tahrir square and neither Mubarak nor his son will run for next presidency
5th February 2011 http://www.ahram.org.eg/pdf/Zoom_1500/45351/index.html Hundreds of thousands in Al Tahrir Square asking for change and the Army protects them Vice-president: Mubarak can’t leave now as chaos will spread if he did.
6th February 2011 http://www.ahram.org.eg/pdf/Zoom_1500/45352/index.html Obama: Mubarak is a patriot and he needs to make the right decision
7th February 2011 http://www.ahram.org.eg/pdf/Zoom_1500/45353/index.html Washington changes its stand and insists the difficulty of Mubarak’s departure prior to the elections
8th February 2011 http://www.ahram.org.eg/pdf/Zoom_1500/45353/index.html Notes in general talking about corrupts and people asking for their prosecution.
9th February 2011 http://www.ahram.org.eg/pdf/Zoom_1500/45354/index.html Protests exceed Al Tahrir Square and surround the parliament.
10th February 2011 http://www.ahram.org.eg/pdf/Zoom_1500/45355/index.html Settling on modifying 6 parts in the constitution.
11th February 2011 http://www.ahram.org.eg/pdf/Zoom_1500/45356/index.html Mubarak is extending the vice- president’s powers and responsibilities to include the presidential ones.
12th February 2011 http://www.ahram.org.eg/pdf/Zoom_1500/45357/index.html The people brought down the regime The youth’s revolution forced Mubarak to leave.
13th February 2011 http://www.ahram.org.eg/pdf/Zoom_1500/45358/index.html Cleaning Egypt
14th February 2011 http://www.ahram.org.eg/pdf/Zoom_1500/45359/index.html Suspending the constitution and the Parliament. The Mubaraks family fortune exceeds 3 Billion dollars
15th February 2011 http://www.ahram.org.eg/pdf/Zoom_1500/45360/index.html The corrupt are falling The Police are asking for forgiveness and the people are skeptical.
20th February 2011 http://www.ahram.org.eg/pdf/Zoom_1500/45365/index.html Every Corrupt will be chased. A request to prosecute Gamal Mubarak
In the love of Chase the Mubarak corrupt The people brought down the regime
Why do we need to navigate the web inthe past?1- To tell a better story • Katrina Example. • Japan’s tsunami. • Revolutions in the Middle East.2- To preserve and maintain history from being altered. • Egypt’s main national newspaper “Al-Ahram” • Articles by writers and Journalists.
Articles by JournalistsA lot of journalists who were supporting the old corruptregime shifted their opinions and stated they weresupporting the revolution from day 1.-We have articles of before and after for some.-And some were cautious and deleted the traces for pre-revolution articles.
Journalists Before and Afterhttp://www.rosaonline.net/Daily/Author.asp?ID=46http://www.dostor.org/culture/news/11/february/13/36269
http://www.dostor.org/culture/news/11/march/15/38175Google translation:"The removal of all Bakris week editions from the site of thenewspaper and he just kept on the editions that followedthe revolution Jan. 25 in a move described as an attempt to getrid of the evidence relates to his strong relationswith Mubarak and his son Gamal...."