The Egyptian revolution was a critical historical Event that had important effects on the Egyptian state , Arab region and the whole world . This book is composed of two studies , which are attempts to unravel the 25th of January Egyptian revolution from two perspectives and two historical periods. The first study is methodologically based on interviews with ordinary citizens who participated and collaborated together in the first days of the Egyptian revolution . This manifested a true "Egyptian revolutionary solidarity". The second study is more institutional focusing on the political outcomes of the 25th of January revolution, mainly trying to answer a question , " Will Egypt after the 25th of January revolution become a democratic state ? " and the question iS answered by resorting to some historical events that had similar characteristics with the Egyptian revolution .