“The Moor has done his work, the Moor can leave …”

One of the organizers of the revolution in Egypt, a top manager of the Middle East branch of Google Wael Ghonim announced the decision to go into a long sabbatical to pursue his own charitable organization.

In his twitter persecuted announced that he intends to leave the job at Google, to tackle poverty reduction and development of the educational system in Egypt.

At the end of January 2011 was driven by the Egyptian authorities arrested and charged with organizing mass disturbances through Facebook and Twitter. In early February, a top manager of Google was released under public pressure, and subsequently gave a series of interviews in which emphasized that the revolution in Egypt would have been impossible without the social Internet services. Persecuted was the founder of one of the first pages of the Egyptian opposition, the social networking site Facebook.

Who ruled Egypt for 30 years, Hosni Mubarak, resigned on February 11, by this time the protest lasted almost three weeks. Wael persecuted by many to nominate as a candidate for the transitional government, said he does not see himself in politics and in the future is going to continue to engage in online marketing.

Google Inc. is one of the world’s largest Internet companies. In particular Google search engine owned by the same name, e-mail service Google Mail, mapping service Google Maps, as well as the most popular video hosting YouTube.

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