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The secret behind green laser lights in Tahrir Square

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Hundreds of laser lights were pointed at the military helicopters flying overhead.
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    Cairo: People of Egypt will go down in history for their innovative ways to protest, every time they take to streets. During the past four days of protest, demanding the ouster of President Mohamed Morsi, protesters unleashed a new weapon- The Green Laser light.
    Hundreds of laser lights were used along with slogans and dance to express their anger. The laser were flashed on buildings surrounding the square, with messages, like 'Egypt', 'Out', 'Revolution', 'Game Over', 'Long Live Egypt' and 'Leave' promptly displayed using laser lights.
    Each time a military helicopter passed above the square, the protesters promptly pointed their laser lights on the chopper, as a way of acknowledging military's role in the present crisis.
    Some predicted that it was meant to distract the pilot, and which it did, but last week it had a totally different meaning.
    The army helicopters were being used to drop thousands of Egyptian national flags to protesters on the ground.
    Even television journalists were not spared, laser lights were flashed on journalists as they covered the protest from Tahrir Square.
    The laser pens were being sold in abundance in the square, throughout the protest's duration.
  • +11 See more slides
    Cairo: People of Egypt will go down in history for their innovative ways to protest, every time they take to streets. During the past four days of protest, demanding the ouster of President Mohamed Morsi, protesters unleashed a new weapon- The Green Laser light.
    Hundreds of laser lights were used along with slogans and dance to express their anger. The laser were flashed on buildings surrounding the square, with messages, like 'Egypt', 'Out', 'Revolution', 'Game Over', 'Long Live Egypt' and 'Leave' promptly displayed using laser lights.
    Each time a military helicopter passed above the square, the protesters promptly pointed their laser lights on the chopper, as a way of acknowledging military's role in the present crisis.
    Some predicted that it was meant to distract the pilot, and which it did, but last week it had a totally different meaning.
    The army helicopters were being used to drop thousands of Egyptian national flags to protesters on the ground.
    Even television journalists were not spared, laser lights were flashed on journalists as they covered the protest from Tahrir Square.
    The laser pens were being sold in abundance in the square, throughout the protest's duration.
  • +11 See more slides
    Cairo: People of Egypt will go down in history for their innovative ways to protest, every time they take to streets. During the past four days of protest, demanding the ouster of President Mohamed Morsi, protesters unleashed a new weapon- The Green Laser light.
    Hundreds of laser lights were used along with slogans and dance to express their anger. The laser were flashed on buildings surrounding the square, with messages, like 'Egypt', 'Out', 'Revolution', 'Game Over', 'Long Live Egypt' and 'Leave' promptly displayed using laser lights.
    Each time a military helicopter passed above the square, the protesters promptly pointed their laser lights on the chopper, as a way of acknowledging military's role in the present crisis.
    Some predicted that it was meant to distract the pilot, and which it did, but last week it had a totally different meaning.
    The army helicopters were being used to drop thousands of Egyptian national flags to protesters on the ground.
    Even television journalists were not spared, laser lights were flashed on journalists as they covered the protest from Tahrir Square.
    The laser pens were being sold in abundance in the square, throughout the protest's duration.
  • +11 See more slides
    Cairo: People of Egypt will go down in history for their innovative ways to protest, every time they take to streets. During the past four days of protest, demanding the ouster of President Mohamed Morsi, protesters unleashed a new weapon- The Green Laser light.
    Hundreds of laser lights were used along with slogans and dance to express their anger. The laser were flashed on buildings surrounding the square, with messages, like 'Egypt', 'Out', 'Revolution', 'Game Over', 'Long Live Egypt' and 'Leave' promptly displayed using laser lights.
    Each time a military helicopter passed above the square, the protesters promptly pointed their laser lights on the chopper, as a way of acknowledging military's role in the present crisis.
    Some predicted that it was meant to distract the pilot, and which it did, but last week it had a totally different meaning.
    The army helicopters were being used to drop thousands of Egyptian national flags to protesters on the ground.
    Even television journalists were not spared, laser lights were flashed on journalists as they covered the protest from Tahrir Square.
    The laser pens were being sold in abundance in the square, throughout the protest's duration.
  • +11 See more slides
    Cairo: People of Egypt will go down in history for their innovative ways to protest, every time they take to streets. During the past four days of protest, demanding the ouster of President Mohamed Morsi, protesters unleashed a new weapon- The Green Laser light.
    Hundreds of laser lights were used along with slogans and dance to express their anger. The laser were flashed on buildings surrounding the square, with messages, like 'Egypt', 'Out', 'Revolution', 'Game Over', 'Long Live Egypt' and 'Leave' promptly displayed using laser lights.
    Each time a military helicopter passed above the square, the protesters promptly pointed their laser lights on the chopper, as a way of acknowledging military's role in the present crisis.
    Some predicted that it was meant to distract the pilot, and which it did, but last week it had a totally different meaning.
    The army helicopters were being used to drop thousands of Egyptian national flags to protesters on the ground.
    Even television journalists were not spared, laser lights were flashed on journalists as they covered the protest from Tahrir Square.
    The laser pens were being sold in abundance in the square, throughout the protest's duration.
  • +11 See more slides
    Cairo: People of Egypt will go down in history for their innovative ways to protest, every time they take to streets. During the past four days of protest, demanding the ouster of President Mohamed Morsi, protesters unleashed a new weapon- The Green Laser light.
    Hundreds of laser lights were used along with slogans and dance to express their anger. The laser were flashed on buildings surrounding the square, with messages, like 'Egypt', 'Out', 'Revolution', 'Game Over', 'Long Live Egypt' and 'Leave' promptly displayed using laser lights.
    Each time a military helicopter passed above the square, the protesters promptly pointed their laser lights on the chopper, as a way of acknowledging military's role in the present crisis.
    Some predicted that it was meant to distract the pilot, and which it did, but last week it had a totally different meaning.
    The army helicopters were being used to drop thousands of Egyptian national flags to protesters on the ground.
    Even television journalists were not spared, laser lights were flashed on journalists as they covered the protest from Tahrir Square.
    The laser pens were being sold in abundance in the square, throughout the protest's duration.
  • +11 See more slides
    Cairo: People of Egypt will go down in history for their innovative ways to protest, every time they take to streets. During the past four days of protest, demanding the ouster of President Mohamed Morsi, protesters unleashed a new weapon- The Green Laser light.
    Hundreds of laser lights were used along with slogans and dance to express their anger. The laser were flashed on buildings surrounding the square, with messages, like 'Egypt', 'Out', 'Revolution', 'Game Over', 'Long Live Egypt' and 'Leave' promptly displayed using laser lights.
    Each time a military helicopter passed above the square, the protesters promptly pointed their laser lights on the chopper, as a way of acknowledging military's role in the present crisis.
    Some predicted that it was meant to distract the pilot, and which it did, but last week it had a totally different meaning.
    The army helicopters were being used to drop thousands of Egyptian national flags to protesters on the ground.
    Even television journalists were not spared, laser lights were flashed on journalists as they covered the protest from Tahrir Square.
    The laser pens were being sold in abundance in the square, throughout the protest's duration.
  • +11 See more slides
    Cairo: People of Egypt will go down in history for their innovative ways to protest, every time they take to streets. During the past four days of protest, demanding the ouster of President Mohamed Morsi, protesters unleashed a new weapon- The Green Laser light.
    Hundreds of laser lights were used along with slogans and dance to express their anger. The laser were flashed on buildings surrounding the square, with messages, like 'Egypt', 'Out', 'Revolution', 'Game Over', 'Long Live Egypt' and 'Leave' promptly displayed using laser lights.
    Each time a military helicopter passed above the square, the protesters promptly pointed their laser lights on the chopper, as a way of acknowledging military's role in the present crisis.
    Some predicted that it was meant to distract the pilot, and which it did, but last week it had a totally different meaning.
    The army helicopters were being used to drop thousands of Egyptian national flags to protesters on the ground.
    Even television journalists were not spared, laser lights were flashed on journalists as they covered the protest from Tahrir Square.
    The laser pens were being sold in abundance in the square, throughout the protest's duration.
  • +11 See more slides
    Cairo: People of Egypt will go down in history for their innovative ways to protest, every time they take to streets. During the past four days of protest, demanding the ouster of President Mohamed Morsi, protesters unleashed a new weapon- The Green Laser light.
    Hundreds of laser lights were used along with slogans and dance to express their anger. The laser were flashed on buildings surrounding the square, with messages, like 'Egypt', 'Out', 'Revolution', 'Game Over', 'Long Live Egypt' and 'Leave' promptly displayed using laser lights.
    Each time a military helicopter passed above the square, the protesters promptly pointed their laser lights on the chopper, as a way of acknowledging military's role in the present crisis.
    Some predicted that it was meant to distract the pilot, and which it did, but last week it had a totally different meaning.
    The army helicopters were being used to drop thousands of Egyptian national flags to protesters on the ground.
    Even television journalists were not spared, laser lights were flashed on journalists as they covered the protest from Tahrir Square.
    The laser pens were being sold in abundance in the square, throughout the protest's duration.
  • +11 See more slides
    Cairo: People of Egypt will go down in history for their innovative ways to protest, every time they take to streets. During the past four days of protest, demanding the ouster of President Mohamed Morsi, protesters unleashed a new weapon- The Green Laser light.
    Hundreds of laser lights were used along with slogans and dance to express their anger. The laser were flashed on buildings surrounding the square, with messages, like 'Egypt', 'Out', 'Revolution', 'Game Over', 'Long Live Egypt' and 'Leave' promptly displayed using laser lights.
    Each time a military helicopter passed above the square, the protesters promptly pointed their laser lights on the chopper, as a way of acknowledging military's role in the present crisis.
    Some predicted that it was meant to distract the pilot, and which it did, but last week it had a totally different meaning.
    The army helicopters were being used to drop thousands of Egyptian national flags to protesters on the ground.
    Even television journalists were not spared, laser lights were flashed on journalists as they covered the protest from Tahrir Square.
    The laser pens were being sold in abundance in the square, throughout the protest's duration.
  • +11 See more slides
    Cairo: People of Egypt will go down in history for their innovative ways to protest, every time they take to streets. During the past four days of protest, demanding the ouster of President Mohamed Morsi, protesters unleashed a new weapon- The Green Laser light.
    Hundreds of laser lights were used along with slogans and dance to express their anger. The laser were flashed on buildings surrounding the square, with messages, like 'Egypt', 'Out', 'Revolution', 'Game Over', 'Long Live Egypt' and 'Leave' promptly displayed using laser lights.
    Each time a military helicopter passed above the square, the protesters promptly pointed their laser lights on the chopper, as a way of acknowledging military's role in the present crisis.
    Some predicted that it was meant to distract the pilot, and which it did, but last week it had a totally different meaning.
    The army helicopters were being used to drop thousands of Egyptian national flags to protesters on the ground.
    Even television journalists were not spared, laser lights were flashed on journalists as they covered the protest from Tahrir Square.
    The laser pens were being sold in abundance in the square, throughout the protest's duration.
  • +11 See more slides
    Cairo: People of Egypt will go down in history for their innovative ways to protest, every time they take to streets. During the past four days of protest, demanding the ouster of President Mohamed Morsi, protesters unleashed a new weapon- The Green Laser light.
    Hundreds of laser lights were used along with slogans and dance to express their anger. The laser were flashed on buildings surrounding the square, with messages, like 'Egypt', 'Out', 'Revolution', 'Game Over', 'Long Live Egypt' and 'Leave' promptly displayed using laser lights.
    Each time a military helicopter passed above the square, the protesters promptly pointed their laser lights on the chopper, as a way of acknowledging military's role in the present crisis.
    Some predicted that it was meant to distract the pilot, and which it did, but last week it had a totally different meaning.
    The army helicopters were being used to drop thousands of Egyptian national flags to protesters on the ground.
    Even television journalists were not spared, laser lights were flashed on journalists as they covered the protest from Tahrir Square.
    The laser pens were being sold in abundance in the square, throughout the protest's duration.

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