Egyptian reporter released after Morsi visits Sudan
Published July 16th, 2012 - 16:06 GMT
While Shaaima is to be freed, many others still see no justice in Sudan after Morsi's visit; the common myths about discrimination; a caddy fit for a gangster; a day in the life of a freedom fighter in Syria and racist resorts in Lebanon.
#Sudan Revolts : Shaimaa will return with Morsi while Sudanese detainees still suffer
'Sudanese president Omar El Bashir has ordered the release of the Egyptian journalist Shaimaa Adel after his meeting with president Morsi during the African summit in Addis Abba.
According to the official FB page of Morsi , Shaimaa will return back to Cairo with him on the presidential airplane tomorrow Monday. It is worth to mention that the Sudanese ambassador in Cairo declared on Thursday that Shaimaa will return to Cairo by Monday.
Despite the great news , Shaimaa’s mom is insisting on breaking her food strike except when she sees her daughter in front of her."
Most Lebanese resorts won't let maids swim in their pools. But why?
"The problem however isn’t actually about how the owners of these resorts think, it’s in fact about how WE think.
Resorts owners will never mind charging maids regular fees and let them swim instead of admitting them for free to just watch over kids, but it’s us who are deep down racist and wouldn’t accept swimming with our maids, and those resorts are therefore just catering to our demands!"