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Egyptian Protests: Houston Playing Its Role

With amazing events going on in Egypt -- some sort of "big announcement" is expected soon -- Houston isn't being left out.

A group is outside the Egyptian Consulate near Westheimer and Chimney Rock, as photographed by the intrepid Mike McGuff.

When the history of the 30-year reign of Hosni Mubarak is written, we're not sure it will include a chapter on The Westheimer Protest, but we can assume freedom-loving Egyptians in Houston are finding it difficult to control their cautious joy at this point.

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