Suez once historically a battle ground, and now descended into a war zone.
Suez is a War Zone Again
Report from Suez and grievances that extend from economic conditions to recent injuries and civilian deaths and the war-zone state of affairs including pillaging and plunder by police
Jeddah under Water !! More Rain expected for the Eastern Parts of Saudi Arabia
Saudi Arabia is not home and dry yet!
Severe Weather is expected to affect parts of the Mediterranean in the coming 48 hours with very heavy rain.
Revolutionary momentum is still carrying Tunisia, where journalists have taken over the media, and now it’s rolling through Egypt. If the coming days show sustained and spreading protest, the crack that has appeared in Egypt’s order will rapidly expand.
The West is bracing itself. Another fait accompli, this time in the Arab world’s most populous nation, on Palestine’s border, would be a nakba for Western control. So the American administration is immediately speaking of Mubarak’s “opportunity … to implement political, economic and social reforms to respond to the legitimate needs and interests of the Egyptian people.” The phrase “managed change” is uttered. You can be sure America’s managers are hard at work. What they have to lose in Egypt is as incalculable as what the Egyptian people have to gain.
2011- Revolutionary Year!
More first hand impressions. An Egyptian blogger ruminates on her country.
#Jan25 The first amendment
We The People Are No Longer Silent. We Support Non-Violent Revolution and Reform through Exposure, Transparency, Amplifying Voices, Free Speech, and to Peaceably Assemble As We See Fit.
Anonymous Press Release: January 26 2011
And an 'anonymous' voice speaks out against censorship
Dear Citizens of the World,...