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Jan Heilig: Syria inside

May 2, 2013 by

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“Syria Inside-The Revolution Movie made by Syrians will be a sarcastic comedy show!” „Mr. President, 97% elected you, what else can you want? – I want to know the names of the missing 3 %.“   With hilarious jokes like this one the Malas Twins, two Syrian comedians, introduce the western public to the all […]

GLOBAL ACTIONS PEACE INITIATIVE 2013

March 19, 2013 by

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GLOBAL ACTIONS PEACE INITIATIVE 2013 STOP THE US/NATO LED WAR-MACHINE FROM IRAQ TO IRAN, AFGHANISTAN TO PAKISTAN, LIBYA TO MALI, PALESTINE TO SOMALIA, SYRIA TO YEMEN, ETC., ETC. STOP THE WAR OF THE 1% BEING WAGED AGAINST THE PEOPLE OF THE WORLD STOP THE POLICIES OF SANCTIONS, SIEGE, SURVEILLANCE, DRONE ATTACKS AND DEBT WARFARE SUPPORT […]

Nelly Ali: Mob Sex Attacks and the Everyday Reality of Street Children

February 14, 2013 by

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Photo:  “Red Square”. Painting by Mohamed Negm – mo*star art http://www.mostarart.com   I read the papers and online testimonials of group attacks on women in the streets protesting and if I had not read the titles, I would think that the authors have suddenly taken an interest in the every day life of street children. […]

Zina El Nahel: The Faded Dream

February 12, 2013 by

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Photo; David Degner Two years ago 11/2/2011 was the day we all touched a dream. I remember going out the day after like all Egyptians did with a bucket of paint and a brush with a broom cleaning and decorating the streets. As if we were trying to color our dreams and clean the past, […]

Zina El Nahel: The city of lies

February 5, 2013 by

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Photo: Ahmed Khalifa How similar is today to yesterday and how many lies should we bear in order for them to understand that lying is the main cause of the downfall of any dictator. “Mohamed El-Gendy, who was arrested at a protest in Tahrir Square on 27 January, dies on Monday from severe brain injuries […]

Nader G. El-Attar: Shame & Misery – Free Hassan Moustafa

February 3, 2013 by

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Sometimes you feel so much depressed that you don’t feel like writing… But at the same time you have to write because you know, that maybe your writings can make a difference…   “There is no flag large enough to cover the shame of killing innocent people.” Howard Zinn   S  H  A  M  E […]

Ahmed Khalifa: Egypt 2013 – Street Clashes instead of Anniversary

January 28, 2013 by

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  Ahmed Khalifa, 35, is an Egyptian-German political scientist and photo-journalist. He teaches at the University Witten-Herdecke about the transformation in Egypt. He also works as a researcher at the BICC, Bonn International Center for Conversion. Since four days, riots and street clashes have erupted in Cairo, Alexandria, Port Said and Suez and in other […]