Mona El Shazly: (To camera) The truth is, thatís the first thing Wael asked me about. He asked, what are we going to do? There are honourable and famous people in this country, and maybe they think itís not the right time to talk about this; as soon as they heard of the the idea of this mania, or that it was possible to contribute in some way, not to calm the situation or to flatter one party at the expense of another - they felt it to be their duty. Those people who died were our children and brothers, and they had no personal ambitions, and the photographs we showed earlier (shows photographs) say soÖdid you see these photographs, Wael?
Wael Ghonim: No, I havenít seen a single one.
Mona El Shazly: Theyíre on the screen now. Youth like blossoms, blossoms in gardens. They are the ones who went down, they wanted nothingÖdonít cry, Wael.
Wael Ghonim: (Cries)
Mona El Shazly: These people didnít want to head political parties, or people crushed by poverty and the world seemed bleak to them. They went out for the sake of Egypt, for the sake of the country and said what the generations before us couldnít do, we can. We are not activists, or funded by anyone, we just want to say we love this country. If it wasnít for my not being at liberty to state that names, or a specific name, have said directly that financial compensation, or in some other way, is present and ready. I canít say anything more because Iím not at liberty to.
Wael Ghonim: I want to tell every mother and father that lost a son, Iím sorry but itís not our fault (cries). I swear to God itís not our fault! Itís the fault of everyone who held on to power and clung to it! (cries). I want to leave. (Gets up and goes off screen)