Wael Ghonim Google executives demonstrated - Wael Ghonim, Google's Head of Marketing for the Middle East and North Africa who had just been released by the regime in power in Egypt, it was back down to the street.
Previously, Ghonim, 30-year-old Egyptian citizen who lives in Dubai, reportedly disappeared on 27 January, while participating in the protests. He was ambushed by men in plain clothes who were Egyptian security forces.
During the 12 days he was detained by the Egyptian government, because he is one of the Egyptian opposition activists on the internet and drive demonstrations which began on January 25, 2011 last.
Shortly after being released, Ghonim directly interviewed by local TV stations. "First of all I convey my condolences to the people of Egypt are killed (in action). I can not apologize (to government), because none of us (protesters) to solve anything. Our protest was a peaceful protest, "he said as quoted by the LA Times website.
However, he did not want to be called a hero. "Please do not call me a hero. I'm no hero, I am for 12 days only sleeping. Heroes are those who take to the streets. So, point your camera to the right people," Ghonim continue.
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