While the Middle East is passing through unrest in a once-silenced population, Masters had better wonder if the voices suppressed in their households of their house servants shall not break free as this one has taken to the window screen to equality through the tools of the revolution- the blog and its kin-- twitter, Facebook
"My name is Sally. I am living past few years as housemaid in Dubai. I using my maam computer when she not at home. My friend she show me how use blog. She clever she know computer. My maam she not know I write about my work and my life. Please do not tell her."
Read the back log and enjoy the empowerment and domestic adventures!
Let's not forget about Lebanon's problems! Just because the nation's not been at the fore of the tagging movement, sweeping the internet and more rapidly the Middle East, it doesn't mean its very real issues have gone away.
You don't need a tag to flag up a crises. Problems come in all shapes and sizes. But just incase we are mediawired only to respond to the hashtags, here are some for Lebanon...
"Given the mayhem in the dictatorships and monarchies around, Lebanon, a democracy, was left out. For once, appearing serene and free from turmoil, for once, Lebanon was the safest in the region."
Don’t Tarnish the Revolution: Sexual Harassment Exposed
Disappointment at the fallout of Laragate.. That Western Woman Journo Lara 'Whatever' who aroused the worst responses to sexual assault in the Arab World and universally:
Reactionary reactions such as :
Others say it is a right-wing conspiracy to make Arabs and Muslims look bad.
Some think it is just fine to blame the victim..
Characterizing the phases of Qaddafi's oratory career- we have a spectrum from brutal, thuggish to leaden and sedated drugged
Speaking like the street thug of his early years and final moments , this is a disgusted reproach in the direction of named candidates who aided and abetted his thuggish tactics in return for Libyan monies.
Scenes of candlelight commemorations for all the Libyan martyrs in a vigil at the Libyan Embassy Amman.
While a candle lit for each brave soldier will flicker and fade these photos can create an archive for posterity so that their suffering is not forgotten in a second.
A factual digest of what led these 40 -years- and- counting enduring people to be victims to a bloody revolution.
"He gave his people one hell of a life, a form of people democracy as he puts it in his ‘ Green Book’ the official bible of the Libyan state. Part time philosopher, part-time statesman, part-time king of the kings of Africa, Dean of the rulers of Africa, brother of the revolution along with a few other titles…. this ruthless dictator is ranked among the worst in modern history."
This is why.