They realized that they have rights to get while they were doing their duties all of these years. They realized that it is time to get what we never had. Their dreams must be achieved now. Their dream of a better life must come true now. Everyone went to the streets "women, men, youth, the old" everyone agreed to one thing, WE ARE HERE FOR A CHANGE. Everyone from every single street was heading to the liberty "El-Tahrir" square. They were exclaiming" the nation wants the government to step down". They were insisted and agreed to this. On Jan 28th, the police started to clash with the protesters. The police started to shoot them with real bullets, gas bombs. But those were nothing to the protesters, they got one agreed principle. And that principle is to get our freedom, a better life and the change. There was something really amazing in the liberty square, something nobody never thought of it even exists.
That best and amazing thing was "the spirit of the protest in the square". Everyone was caring about everyone in there. Nobody asks for your religion, are you rich or poor, are you cultured or illiterate. The most common questions were "are you hungry?, Do you bleed?, Do you need anything?" They were like one man decided to get his life back. And on that amazing day, the night of February 11th, Mohamed Hosny Mubarak stepped down. I can describe that day as it was the birthday of every single person in Egypt. Everyone jumped and didn't believe himself. But protesters realized something, they realized that was strong-willed. They fought for something they finally got it.
This is the Egyptian society and the Egyptian people, when they need something they fight for it to death. And also in such hard times, they are always there for each other, feel each other and be like many souls in one body.