Twitter and Facebook are helping the Arab Spring? Not really
Social media gets the credit and the blame for the Arab Spring.
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How social media is hurting the Arab Spring.
Video showing the injured soldiers in Arssal
Since we have proof that there were injured, why doesn’t the army interrogate them and tell us what really happened?
Source: Blog Baladi
Another Bad Day for Media in #Egypt : #YouTube , Offensive cartoon and TV hosts to investigation
Who could ever think for one second that media in Egypt will suffer like this after the revolution !?
Source: Egyptian Chronicles
On How the visit of Iran’s Ahmadinejad to Egypt was a Dud
Even the youth, more liberal wing of the Muslim Brotherhood, led by Essam Elerian, was uncomfortable in being lumped in with Ahmadinejad by the New York Times’s Thomas Friedman.
Source: Informed Comment
The Egyptian Animal Farm
The hypocrisy of the current regime in covering up its responsibility organized murder of football fans of al-ahly club under the rule of the Military Council in late 2011 evokes images of animal farm.
Source: Tabula Gaza
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