Missing Google Exec's Last Tweet From Egypt: "We Are All Ready To Die"

Wael Ghonim

Google exec Wael Ghonim traveled to Egypt this month to support the protests.

He’s since gone missing, according to The Next Web.

Friends are worried.

Thanks to the protests, hundreds of people are dead and thousands are missing in Egypt.

Ghonim’s last tweet read: “Pray for #Egypt. Very worried as it seems that government is planning a war crime tomorrow against people. We are all ready to die #Jan25

Before that, on January 26, he wrote: “Going to sleep now and dreaming of freedom :) #Jan25

Ghonim is head of marketing at Google’s Middle East/North Africa office.  If you have information about Wael, please update this wiki.

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