Watch my short video, one minute plus, in which I have tried to visually sum up the story of the Egyptian revolution 2011-2013Read more "The Egyptian"
“Several documentaries are now being released about the Arab Spring, many focusing on ground zero for the protests, Cairo’s Tahrir Square”Read more "Documenting the Arab Spring: Tahrir Square on Film"
“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"
On Nov. 11, the Occupy Wall Street General Assembly agreed to send a delegation of twenty members to Egypt to participate in monitoring, in a symbolic way, the first post-Mubarak parliamentary election due to take place on November 28th.Read more "OWS To Send Delegation to Egypt"
We hope the American youths currently steering “occupy Wall Street” have learned the Tahrir square lesson and that they will take the necessary precautions not to let their uprising get hijacked.Read more "Occupy Wall Street and The Tahrir Lesson"
“Two-time Oscar winner Sean Penn makes surprise appearance at today’s Tahrir Square protest”Read more "Sean Penn takes part in Egypt’s Tahrir demo"