10:31am Tahrir Square this morning.
11:19am In a sign of unity, crowds in Tahrir Square are chanting "We are one, we are one" ahead of the prayers to be held at noon for those killed over the past 13 days of protest. "Muslims and Copts hand in hand for a new dawn to rise" is another chant and NadiaE wrote on Twitter: "Off to Tahrir to attend Christian mass. My father - a 73-yr-old ill, bearded conservative Muslim - is with me."
Today, in Tahrir Square, Egyptians from all walks of life crowded into Tahrir Square to commemorate the almost 500 deaths and 5,000 people injured. Coptic Christian Mass was celebrated and Moslem prayer services alternated.
One of the biggest reasons that Mubarak is clinging to power and claims he wants to die on Egyptian soil is because life for a brutal dictator like him out side of his country isn't the cushy retirement plan it once was. He owns houses in London and could hang out on the French Riviera if it wasn't for the pesky International Court of Justice in The Hague.
Meanwhile, in the Guardian Friday, it was revealed that