Mostafa Amin, 31, a tea seller in Tahrir Square, raises his hands in prayer in Cairo, Egypt. Amin, a tea seller for the past 23 years and earns 30 Egyptian Pounds (US $4.7 dollars) per day, wants to see Egypt’s revolution follow through with its demands. The country’s Jan. 25 movement that ousted former president Mohamed Hosni Mubarak off his 30-year grip on power has divided the country. Protesters who took part in the movement that launched the revolution feel the military has held a tight grip on power and followed through with Mubarak’s same policies. Many even feel the military is trying to kill the revolution.