Egyptian Wael Ghonim (center), a Google Inc. marketing manager who was a key organizer of the online campaign that sparked the first protest on Jan. 25, talks to the crowd at Tahrir Square in Cairo on Tuesday. Another young protester drew applause when he declared: "We will not abandon our demand and that is the departure of the regime." (Associated Press)
Egyptian Wael Ghonim, a Google Inc. marketing manager who became a hero of the demonstrators since he went missing on Jan. 27, hugs the mother of Khaled Said, a 28-year-old businessman who died in June 2010 at the hands of undercover police, on Tuesday at Tahrir Square in Cairo. (Associated Press)
Wael Ghonim (center), the 30-year-old Google Inc. marketing manager who was a key organizer of the online campaign that sparked the first Egyptian protest on Jan. 25, talks to the crowd in Tahrir Square in Cairo on Tuesday, Feb. 8, 2011. Newly released from detention, Mr. Ghonim was greeted by cheers, whistling and thunderous applause when he declared, "We will not abandon our demand, and that is the departure of the regime." (AP Photo/Tara Todras-Whitehill)
Wael Ghonim, a Google Inc. marketing manager, talks at his home in Cairo on Monday, Feb. 7, 2011. Mr. Ghonim, who was held by Egyptian authorities for about 10 days over anti-government protests, was freed on Monday. (AP Photo/Ahmed Ali)
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