“Take Egypt out and the whole structure of the Israelites’ tale would instantly fall.”Read more "No sign of Israel in ancient Canaan"
Songwriter/Performer Ramy Essam Sings: ‘Bread, Freedom, Social Justice’; Rappers Protest the ‘Lies of the Military’ against Backdrop of Graphic Images of Security Forces’ Brutality in crushing the Egyptian revolution.Read more "Egyptian Revolution Songs"
Egypt’s youth tweeted out the 18-day ouster of Hosni Mubarak, and are still reporting the unfinished revolutionRead more "Egypt Revolution – Tweets from Tahrir(Video)"
“A tribute to Palestinian school kids killed in a tragic bus accident in Ramallah”
By: Dr. Mazin B. Qumsiyeh
“The revolutionary public opinion and demands that were created in Tahrir square needed to be politically purused by revolutionary cadres and leadership.”Read more "On Its First Anniversary: Egypt Revolution Continues"
“Right now my name is pretty much a …, it’s a …, I’m a complete pariah … it’s a fact.” says Prof. Norman Finkelstein.Read more "“I’m a Complete Pariah” Says Finkelstein In an Interview"
PROTECT IP / SOPA Breaks The InternetRead more "Pyramidion Joins (SOPA) Protest"
The Egyptian Salafi movement has accused the Indian government of holding captive millions of Hindus and Buddhists who had allegedly been Muslims in a previous life!Read more "Salafis to Hindus & Buddhists: Reconvert Back to Islam"
In 2011, volunteers in B’Tselem’s camera project filmed over 500 hours of footage in the West Bank. These are two minutes they collected and edited from it, depicting life under occupation and military rule, as a way to sum up the year that passed.Read more "West Bank 2011: One year of Humiliation in a Two Minutes Video"
“Could freedom turn into a burden that makes some of us choose to relinquish it, and instead lead a life of submission?”Read more "North Koreans’ Fear of Freedom"
“Who’s going to object to referring to the Sunni insurgency in post-war Iraq as yet another attack by al-Qaeda?”Read more "Mainstream Media keeps al-Qaeda Myth Alive."
“Take away fear, and the battle of Freedom is half won.” – William Ralph Inge: The End of an AgeRead more "The Last and Gloomy Pages of Egypt revolution."
“we lost the square” one activist tweeted… president Mubarak is due to make a speech any minute now.Read more "Egypt’s Activists Bid Farewell to the Revolution"
“Aliaa Elmahdy, the 20-year-old college student was there, chanting with the Tahrir comrades songs of liberty while passionately beholding what she thought the dawn of her freedom.”Read more "Aliaa Elmahdy’s crucifixion in Tahrir Square"
An Interview with Dr. Ashraf Ezzat
By Angie Tibbs,Co-Editor of Dissident Voice / December 5th, 2011
Dr. Ashraf Ezzat, medical doctor and journalist (Pyramidion) was one of hundreds of thousands Egyptians occupying Tahrir Square in late January/early February of 2011. Ten months later Egyptian people are once again back on the streets despite a deadly crackdown by security forces. I interviewed Dr. Ezzat via e-mail about the revolution then and now.Read more "Inside the Egyptian Revolution"
Within 10 years of the ban being lifted, a Shura council report claimed, there would be “no more virgins” in the Islamic kingdom.Read more "Prostitution & homosexuality to prevail in Saudi if women drive"
One of the most important and effective things we can do, on the international day of solidarity with Palestinians, to bring justice and peace is to grow our movement by informing our communities of the facts.Read more "How Palestine Became Israel"
“I prefer to live blind but with my head held high.” says Ahmed.Read more "Ahmed Harara, Blind Hero of Egypt’s Revolution"
“When Mona Eltahawy sneaked into the street where the fierce scuffles broke out between the pro-democracy protesters and the police forces little did she know that she was taking a leap into the true story of the battle of Egypt revolution.”Read more "Mona Eltahawy Recounts the Real Story of Egypt Revolution"
“The revolution is not about half measures. It’s about a clean break with the past. Better that such transformation take place through peaceful transition, but take place it must. There’s no other way towards fulfilling the goals of the revolution.”Read more "Egypt’s Aftershocks: Military vs the People"