A video of the Egyptian army brutality towards protesters has surfaced on several blogs and websites. The brutality is aimed at a man and woman, the latter of which is beaten so badly that her clothes are ripped open in the process. Mustapha from Lebanon gives his two cents on the matter.
"It’s about human dignity and the value of every single egyptian life. That was the whole point of the revolution and the Arab spring."
When I Return: What will you do when you return to a liberated Palestine?
American blogger and Palestine-enthusiast Annie highlights the US Palestinian Community Network (USPCN)'s "When I Return" campaign. This campaign involves Palestinians, Arabs and activists sharing what they would do when they return (or go to) a liberated Palestine.
"When I Return evidences the daily resonance of the Nakba, as not only a vanishing memory to be commemorated, but as a persistent moment binding us to our past, our present and to each other."
13 Ways to Support the Syrian Opposition Right Now
Another Syrian blogger shares how individuals, activists, supporters and citizens can help the Syrian opposition internally and externally. Have you wondered how you could help? If so, here's 13 ways how!
"In my judgment, Syria reflects one of the paradoxes of international politics: its strategic importance in the region renders international military action nearly impossible–or at least extremely unlikely. "