Check out Al Jazeera now. This is by far the biggest protest so far. Estimates of the size of the crowd in Tahrir square range from 100,000, to a quarter of a million.
Now, Al Aribya is reporting that ElBaredei has called for giving a “safe exit” to Mubarak, allowing him to “step down without fear of prosecution.”
Finally, Wafd, one of Egypt’s oldest political parties, said that opposition groups have formed a “national front” to work against Mubarak together. The regime continues to say that Vice President Omar Suleiman will negotiate with demonstrators — but that shows no sign of satiating them.