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twenty eleven activist but I did but that helped ignite revolution on the streets of Egypt and was nominated for a Nobel Peace Prize , I'm Michael Georgie Reuters bureau chief in Cairo where on the fifth anniversary their vote , remember one of the young activists who sparked the original protest , policemen are handing out small batches saying how much they serve the people there is none of that revolution the fervor of fire that he'd just witnessed five years ago and that seemed really thought a lot about what's taking place in the country today , not all of them attack was one of the key drivers in the revolt , she started as someone who worked in a PR company in Cairo she started in youth movement should encourage people to take part in the strike , promote the interests of , workers in an industrial town , eventually she helped organize the revolt and became , a key figure act it's not seem to %HESITATION seems to lack enthusiasm he spoke to Reuters in a small apartment in the suburb of Cairo she seems to cut kind of a lonely figure as she recalled the days of the revolt and what it's like in each of today , she said she has no plans to protest anytime soon because there is no organized opposition to the government , at a time where a human rights groups say tens of thousands of people are in jail for simply opposing the city administration but she hasn't given up hope she thinks that one day the the Egyptians will rise up again , I'm glad she said with a matter of doing it during the right time