There are now special slots dedicated to Middle East Protests:
On Thursday, The Lede continues to follow protest movements in Bahrain, Libya, Yemen, Iran and Egypt. Updates below mix alerts on breaking news with reports from bloggers and journalists on the ground. A stream of Twitter messages on the protests is in this blog’s right column.
Follow this lead...
Al Jazeera English is the new Go-To for Mid-East news in the United States.
and during the uprising the Internet combination of Twitter, Facebook, and Al Jazeera English
and during the uprising the Internet combination of Twitter, Facebook, and Al Jazeera English offered a full menu of information.
Twitter “exploded,” as they say, and Al Jazeera English also blew up, its traffic increasing by about a thousand per cent over all,
"I've realized that I can now chant, walk and tweet simultaneously"
"...but I never blog because I feel "I have to", I blog because I feel I have something to share."
Lessons learned for a Jordanian blogger Nasser, named after the Egyptian Great, in these revolutionary times. And shared.
Also looking for a publisher for his informative books - mobilization by the youth.
Power to the Youth!
Call for solidarity from Bahrain’s Democratic Progressive Forum
Dear comrades and comrades,
Security forces raided at dawn today the Pear square, the center of protests in the Bahraini capital Manama, and used all means of force, including exploding bullets, to disperse the protestors and to seize of the square.
We bring you the voice of the Revolutionary Guard.....Long live the (Socialist) Revolution