The crisis in Egypt has sparked fears there will be similar upheavals in other countries in the Middle East.
Tired of 30 years of autocratic rule under President Hosni Mubarak, demonstrators have piled onto the streets of Egypt since January 25 demanding that he step down and calling for reforms. The unrest came after a similar uprising in Tunisia that drove out President Zine El Abidine Ben-Ali.
Since then, nearby Yemen has seen anti-government protests, Jordan's King Abdullah revamped his government and Algeria's President has said a 19-year emergency rule would be lifted very soon.
Tell us what you think: will other Middle-East countries follow a similar path as Egypt and Tunisia?