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Topic - Wael Khalil
The top leadership body of Egypt's ruling party resigned Saturday, including the president's son, but the regime appeared to be digging in its heels, calculating that it can ride out street protests and keep President Hosni Mubarak in office.
"The only thing allowed is el-Sissi revolutionaries," one of the activists, blogger Wael Khalil, said with an ironic laugh.