'Kifaya' (enough) is the name chosen by the democracy movement in Egypt. It has already struck a chord with millions who have endured almost 25 years of suffocating repression under the regime of Hosni Mubarak.
Kifaya means enough of the police state, of rigged elections, mass arrests and torture. But it has more radical implications: an end to privatisation, job cuts and land grabs; to the regime's embrace of neo-liberalism; and to its ties with the US and the IMF. As demonstrators in Cairo made clear last month, 'Enough of Mubarak, enough of Bush, enough of Blair.'