CNN reporter Ben Wedeman confirmed Internet is down in Cairo and writes, "No internet, no SMS, what is next? The Associated Press also confirms widespread Internet outages in Egypt.
Italy-based Seabone, a major Internet service provider for Egypt, reported early Friday there was no Internet traffic going into or out of the country after a.m. Independent citizen media organization Global Voices just posted a report on Egypt's "Internet black hole" and notes it will attempt to file future reports from Egypt via phone calls and other communication methods.
Critical European-Asian fiber-optic routes through Egypt appear to be unaffected for now.
18 And that year ended, and they came to him the second year and they said to him: "We will not keep from our lord that the money is finished, and the herds of beasts all to our lord, nothing is left before our lord, other than our expiring bodies and our lands.
19 Why shall we die in your presence, us and our lands buy, buy us and our lands, for bread; and we and our lands will be servants for Pharaoh and give seed and we will live and not die, the land will not be emptied." 20 And Joseph bought all the land of Egypt for Pharaoh, because the Egyptians sold each man his field, because the hunger is clenched upon them tight, and the land became Pharaoh's. And they at the share which Pharaoh had given them, and for this reason they did not sell their lands.
58 of the constitution, "Defence of the homeland and its territory is a sacred duty and conscription is compulsory, in accordance with the law". The universities organization law requires every Egyptian male student to attend a subject on Military Education in order to get his graduation certificate.
Military service is regulated by the 1980 Military and National Service Act no.  All men between 18 and 30 are liable for military service, which lasts for 3 years. Kamal has submitted a written request addressed to Cairo University dean Mr.