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Links For the Egyptian/North African Revolution #ChickenRevolution 12.0

In Uncategorized on February 21, 2011 by SOULFIRE Tagged:

The big news in this wrap-up is potential civil war in Libya. (JK)

Chicken Revolution 12.0

Egypt Takes a Step Back From IMF Ways Saturday 20 February 2010

Egypt’s largest factory strikes despite warning  19 February 2011 – 12H00

View one woman’s battle against Mubarak’s regime — and her family.

We Stand With You as You Stood With Us’: Statement to Workers of Wisconsin by Kamal Abbas of Egypt’s Centre for Trade Unions and Workers Services

Bahrain opposition plots strategy before talks

A ‘time for martyrs’ in Bahrain

As demonstrators rally in the island kingdom, our correspondent reports from protests, funerals and hospitals.

Bahrain: Protesters Continue to Camp at Pearl Roundabout

As of Saturday February 19, 2011, several people have been killed and hundreds more have been brutally injured in Bahrain.

Algeria: Protesters hurt as police try to halt demonstration

Libyan protesters brave bullets to close in on Gaddafi

Unrest spreads to Libyan capital as Arab protests simmer

Libya clashes spread to Tripoli

Clashes between anti-government protesters and Gaddafi supporters escalate as army unit ‘defects’ in Benghazi.

Live Blog – Libya

Libyan forces fire on mourners at funeral again

Libya: The bloodiest uprising the Maghreb has ever seen

Uprising flares in Libyan city

Libyan unrest spreads to Tripoli as Benghazi erupts

[SAVE-LIBYA] Celebrations Erupt As Benghazi Is Declared Free From Gaddafi

Protests spread to Libyan capital, troops defect

Egyptian activists and tribes organize Libya-bound aid convoy

Translation of Shaikh AsSadiq Al Gheryani’s statement to the People of Libya

Posted on February 20, 2011 by admin

Gaddafi’s son warns of civil war

Appearing on Libyan state television, Seif al-Islam Gaddafi said his father is in the country and backed by the army.

Syria: ‘A kingdom of silence’

Analysts say a popular president, dreaded security forces and religious diversity make a Syrian revolution unlikely.

Morocco Joins Middle East Protests: Protesters Demand New Constitution, Economic Reforms

Morocco: Across the Nation, Demonstration

Security forces quell opposition protests in Tehran

China Cracks Down on Protest Threats, Rounds Up Dissidents

China rounds up 100 activists to rapidly quash pro-democracy ‘Jasmine Revolution’ organised online

Chinese Security Officials Respond to Call for Protests

Anonymous and the global correction

A loosely organised group of hackers is targeting oppressive regimes and says this is just the beginning.

Unrest in the Middle East and North Africa — country by country

When Armies Decide

Blood and dust

Filmmaker Vaughan Smith spent 10 days recording life and death on a US Medevac helicopter in Afghanistan.

Top Five Myths about the Middle East Protests

Independent Egyptian Unions Express Solidarity with Wisconsin Workers, 02.20.2011

It’s not radical Islam that worries the US – it’s independence

The nature of any regime it backs in the Arab world is secondary to control. Subjects are ignored until they break their chains

Unrest in the Middle East and North Africa — country by country

Arab world set for renaissance as protests spread across region

How Egyptian Women Took Back the Street Between Two “Black Wednesdays”“black-wednesdays”_a-first-person-account-

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Links For the Egyptian/North African Revolution #ChickenRevolution 11.0

In Uncategorized on February 20, 2011 by SOULFIRE Tagged:

Chicken Revolution 11.0

Strike ends in Egypt’s largest factory in Mahallah

About 15,000 Mahalla workers ended their strike after main demands were met

Egyptian Revolution 2011- The Most Dramatic Footage From the 18-day Revolution

Music video recorded in Tahrir Square goes viral

The Arab world at a tipping point?

Blooms replace bullets in Bahrain, while the region hits boiling point

What’s Happening in Bahrain: Explained|+MoJoBlog)&utm_content=Google+Reader

Libya protests: Reports of intense Benghazi violence

20 February 2011 Last updated at 09:12 ET

Libya unrest: Scores killed in Benghazi ‘massacre’

Leaders of Libya and Yemen meet protests with deadly force

As revolt spreads through the Arab world, Libyan President Moammar Kadafi and Yemeni President Ali Abdullah Saleh take brutal steps to retain power.,0,7365367.story

Libyans vow to protest despite violence from government

Libyan Opposition Warns of ‘Bloodbath,’ Calls for Intervention

Protesters Retake Square in Bahrain While Libya and Yemen Try to Suppress Protests

Saturday 19 February 2011

Leaders of Libya and Yemen meet protests with deadly force

As revolt spreads through the Arab world, Libyan President Moammar Kadafi and Yemeni President Ali Abdullah Saleh take brutal steps to retain power.,0,7365367.story

Libya unrest death toll ‘tops 200’

Dozens of Muslim leaders call for end to civilian deaths after security crackdown on funeral procession of protesters.

In Libyan Protests, Both Sides Escalate Violence

200 Reported Slain as Libyan Forces Ratchet Up Violence in East

Libya Blames “Arabs” for Rising Instability

Cycle of Suppression Rises in Libya and Elsewhere

Cries for help from Benghazi

Resident of Libyan city calls for help, saying hospitals are overwhelmed by number of dead.

Libyan leader must end spiralling killings

Tens of thousands flood Libya streets as death toll reportedly tops 200

Yemen’s unrest could embolden al-Qaeda – or sideline it amid democratic hopes

Saudi Arabia detains founders of new activist party

Food Riots Threaten Latin America on Surging Commodities in UN Assessment

Rising food prices nearing danger point: World Bank

China tries to stamp out ‘Jasmine Revolution’

News of Chinese Jasmine Revolution Spreads Online

Robert Fisk: These are secular popular revolts – yet everyone is blaming religion

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Links For the Egyptian/North African Revolution #ChickenRevolution 10.0

In Uncategorized on February 19, 2011 by SOULFIRE Tagged:

Chicken Revolution10.0

Artists Unite for Egypt

Rage, Rap and Revolution: Inside the Arab Youth Quake,8599,2049808,00.html#ixzz1EQsjvWnv

Egypt: “We are all Khaled Said”

Women of the revolution

Millions of Egyptian protesters remind military to keep promise

Tahrir Friday

Muslim Brotherhood Speaks Out On Egypt

February 19, 2011, 11:21 am

Delirious Joy in Bahrain

Taking back Bahrain’s ‘Tahrir’

Bahrain Protesters Fill Pearl Square Again After Military Backs Down

In Bahrain, the Bullets Fly Feb18

Stunned U.S. urges Bahrain to show ‘restraint’ after bloody crackdown

Bahrain’s king seeks dialogue after another crackdown on protesters

Bahrain – 15 Feb 2011, Thousands Take to The Streets in Demonstrations, 15/02/2011

‘They didn’t run away. They faced the bullets head-on’

Is More at Stake for US in Tiny Bahrain Than in Egypt?

Blood Runs Through the Streets of Bahrain

Bahrain troops ‘fire on crowds’

Protesters back in Bahrain centre

Anti-government protesters reoccupy Pearl roundabout after troops and police withdraw from protest site in capital.

Bahrain protesters celebrate as police, soldiers withdraw from Pearl Square,0,6973156.story

Deadly Attacks Against Protesters in Bahrain

Bahrain’s army deliberately kills peaceful protesters with live rounds automatic weapon

Violence In Bahrain

Violence grips Bahrain, Libya and Yemen

Yemen unrest builds

Rival Yemen demonstrators fire in air in Sanaa

Libya forces ‘open fire’ at funeral

At least 15 mourners reportedly killed in eastern city of Benghazi, as anti-government protests continue unabated.

Thousands demand reforms in Algeria; 400 arrested|head

Libya Internet Shut Down Amid Protests, Later Restored (UPDATE)

Libya protests: Gaddafi sends in snipers to silence the dissent

84 Dead In Libya Protests In 3 Days: Human Rights Watch

Iran’s Revolutionary Guard pledges to hold fire

Senior officers in Iran’s Revolutionary Guards have written a letter to their commanding officer demanding assurances that they will not be required to open fire on anti-government demonstrators.

Over 20,000 Protesters Reported as Tiny Djibouti Rallies Against President

Djibouti’s Presidential Dynasty Threatened by Popular Uprising

Days of Rage in Libya, Yemen and Bahrain

Media futurist: Time to replace the Internet

Al Jazeera says signal jammed, website blocked

As Online Communications Stymie Wiretaps, Lawmakers Debate Solutions

Mapping the Arab world

The spectre of Sudan’s popular uprisings

Twitter network of Arab and Middle East protests – interactive map

Follow the latest tweets on protests around the Arab world and the Middle East from our network of journalists, bloggers and experts

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Links For the Egyptian/North African Revolution #ChickenRevolution 8.0 and 9.0

In Uncategorized on February 17, 2011 by SOULFIRE Tagged:

Chicken Revolution 8.0

Behind Egypt’s revolution: youth and the internet

Social networks, social revolution

Youtube, Facebook and Twitter have become the new weapons of mass mobilisation.

Unrest Spreads, Some Violently, in Middle East

Labor unrest hits Egypt’s strategic Suez Canal

Conductor’s strike brings railways to a halt

The false anxiety of influence

The revolution in Egypt is a unique historical event, seperate from Iran in 1979 or France in 1789, author says.

Egyptians defy call to end strikes

The Poetry of Revolt

Mona Eltahawy: Women in Egypt

Egypt Blogger SandMonkey Unmasked

A Warning for Egyptian Revolutionaries:

Courtesy of People Power in the Philippines

Clashes rock Bahraini capital

Bloody crackdown smashes Bahrain protesters

At least four dead, 60 said to be missing and more than 600 reported hurt

In Bahrain, Protesters Look to Tap Into ‘Regional Momentum’

Bahrain Police Crack Down; 5 Dead and Hundreds Hurt

Video of deadly Bahrain protests as violence escalates in Manama

Bloody crackdown smashes Bahrain protesters

Bahrain: Police Attack Sleeping Protesters

In Bahrain: ‘Grief Is Turning To Anger Very Rapidly’

Bahrain military patrols streets of Manama after attack on protesters,0,1217723.story

Bahrain protests a worry for US and its fifth fleet

Libya protests: Activists call for ‘day of anger’

Libya’s regime must now fear its people’s anger

Morocco campaign #feb20 #morocco

Raymond Davis: Pakistan delays ruling on jailed American

Our G-Zero World Nouriel Roubini

Egyptian peoples’ power persists: Revolution continues

Uganda election: Politics and land rights collide in the country’s oil-rich east

U.S. Government Shuts Down 84,000 Websites, ‘By Mistake’

Shy U.S. Intellectual Created Playbook Used in a Revolution

Social media: Africa’s new musical frontier

FBI to Announce New Internet-Wiretapping Push

Why is Glenn Beck freaking out over Egypt and a caliphate?

Chicken Revolution 9.0

Egypt and Tunisia: The Untold Story

Behind Egypt’s revolution: youth and the internet

The Generation Changing the World,16641,20110228,00.html

Egypt and the global economic order

Egypt Detainees

Videos From Tahrir: Best Footage from January 25th Revolution

The Great Arab Revolt

Bahraini doctor pleads for help

Live Blog – Bahrain

Bahrain protests: Angry mourners bury clashes victims

Libya protests leave 24 dead, says rights group

Kadhafi loyalists threaten to snuff Libya protests

Fresh protests hit Iraqi cities

Egyptians pack into Cairo square for ‘Friday of Victory’

New clashes erupt in Bahrain after marchers rally in support of king

FBI Pushes for Surveillance Backdoors in Web 2.0 Tools

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Links For the Egyptian/North African Revolution #ChickenRevolution 6.0 and 7.0

In Uncategorized on February 16, 2011 by SOULFIRE Tagged:

The Evolution of Revolution is catching everyone off guard …

Chicken Revolution 6.0

Arab League leader says nations shouldn’t fear revolts

Mona Eltahawy: Egypt’s Domino Effect

Egyptian workers strike as independent unions clash with state-run rival

Egypt Youth Make Next Moves?

Twitter, Translations, and the New Geopolitics

Rich And Gladwell, Wallflowers At History: Tunisia

Senior Egyptian Army Officers Ordered Massacre!!

Winners and Losers in a Post-Mubarak Arab World

Iran protesters clash with police in Egypt aftermath

Iran Protests: Hundreds Of Thousands March, Tear Gas Fired

Deaths reported in Iran protest

Iranian Lawmakers Call for Death of Opposition Leaders

The Tahrir Daily

Chicken Revolution 7.0

Egypt labor not resting after Mubarak’s ouster

Did You Know There Was a Pop-Up Kindergarten in Tahrir Square?

“There is a Pre-History to this Revolt”: As Egypt’s Military Bans Labor Strikes, Mona El-Ghobashy Examines How Egyptian Labor and Social Movements Laid the Foundation for Revolution

Egyptian army hijacking revolution, activists fear

Egypt Leaders Found ‘Off’ Switch for Internet

Revolutionary Residue: Egypt’s Political Prisoners

Intent to Shame: The Rape of Lara Logan US Reporter Raped

The toxic residue of colonialism

The overt age of grand empires gave way to the age of covert imperial hegemony, but now the edifice is crumbling.

Egyptian writer, scholar and activist Nawal El Saadawi

The birth of a new EGYPT

Bahrain protests prompt global concerns

Horrifying Glimpse at Police Violence in Bahrain

Bahrain Takes the Stage With a Raucous Protest

U.S. Follows Two Paths on Unrest in Iran and Bahrain

25 Bahman and the Green Revival

Middle East nations scramble to contain unrest,0,1569548.story

What Is Happening in Egypt

Violent protests break out in Libya

President Obama on Egypt: “It was the moral force of non-violence”

U.S. State Department starts Farsi Twitter feed


Deaths heighten Bahrain tension

Bahrain square becomes new center for Arab anger

Middle East Protests: Demonstrations Sweep Iran, Bahrain, Yemen And Algeria

Libyan Citizens take to the streets of Benghazi 2/15/2011

Mubarak Resigns: From Cairo To Kampala–Africans Must Seize Their Destiny

West Africa Rising: Could rising food prices spark Egypt-style revolt in Africa?

Tunisia, Egypt, Miami: The Importance of Internet Choke Points

Wired and Shrewd, Young Egyptians Guide Revolt,%20educated%20and%20shrewd,%20young%20egyptians%20guide%20revolt&st=cse

Egyptian Activists’ Action Plan: Translated

The Secret Rally That Sparked an Uprising

Cairo Protest Organizers Describe Ruses Used to Gain Foothold Against Police; the Candy-Store Meet That Wasn’t on Facebook

Clinton: Internet Barriers Have ‘Moral, Political and Economic’ Costs

Just How Open Is Your Internet? [INFOGRAPHICS]

The Tunisian Revolution: Views from Iran

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Links for the Egyptian Revolution

In Uncategorized on February 14, 2011 by SOULFIRE Tagged:

Chicken Revolution 1.0

The Press keeps on calling this a “Middle Eastern Uprising” and I’m saying it’s just the tip of “(North) African Revolution” … Neoliberalism will finally be challenged by Asymmetrical CyberYouth all across the Planet of Slums (Globally) … They will be driven by Indigenous Mythology, Religion and Evolutionary Culture …

Wired and Shrewd, Young Egyptians Guide Revolt

“In the process many have formed some unusual bonds that reflect the singularly nonideological character of the Egyptian youth revolt, which encompasses liberals, socialists and members of the Muslim Brotherhood.” ~ IE new Cultural Values have usurped Ideological Puritanism  (JK) …

6 April Movement- حركة 6 ابريل

People & Power

Egypt: Seeds of change

Cyber-guerrillas within the heart of the neo-liberal order ~ armed with cutting edge real-time technology and the power of mythology establish assymetrical challenges to the hegemonic forces of the Egyptian State …

People & Power reveals the story behind the unprecedented political protests in Egypt.

“The Evolution will be Socialized”

From the actions of the Egyptian government to the policies of Facebook, the monopolies of central banks to the corporatization of the Internet, we are witnessing the potential of a peer-to-peer networking become overshadowed by the hierarchies of the status quo. It’s time for us to gather and see what is still possible on the net, and what, if anything, can be built to replace it.

Egypt Youths Play New Role: Driving a Revolt

The youth of Tahrir Square

With Twitter and Facebook Blocked in Egypt, Protesters Turn to Proxies | –

Old tech aids Egyptian protests

Old technology finds role in Egyptian protests

How Users in Egypt Are Bypassing Twitter & Facebook Blocks

Egypt protest leaflets distributed in Cairo give blueprint for mass action | World news | The Guardian

» Egypt’s Internet Shutdown Can’t Stop Mass Protests

Egyptians Connecting To The Internet Via Modem, Fax, Ham Radio

How Was Egypt’s Internet Access Shut Off?: Scientific American

How Egypt Turned Off the Internet!5746121/how-egypt-turned-off-the-internet

Tunisia, Egypt, Miami: The Importance of Internet Choke Points – Andrew Blum – Technology – The Atlantic

How to Foil a Nationwide Internet Shutdown!5746046/how-to-foil-a-nationwide-internet-shutdown

Inside the State Department’s Arab Twitter diplomacy

Anonymous Hackers Launch Wikileaks for Normal People [Hackers]!5758753/anonymous-hackers-launch-wikileaks-for-normal-people

CNN – RUSHKOFF: Internet is easy prey for governments

Why’d a Battle-Ready Mubarak Turn Egypt’s Internet Back On? | techPresident

Hackers Will Create Mesh Network To Bring Egypt Back Online | Motherboard–2

Google launches Twitter workaround for Egypt

New Service Allows Egyptian Voices to Be Heard

Egyptian Actions Highlight Dangers in U.S. Cybersecurity Proposals

Egypt Flips Internet Kill Switch, Is the U.S. Next? – by PC Magazine,2817,2376905,00.asp

Behind (and beyond) Egypt’s Internet shutdown

Egypt’s Facebook Rebel

Meet Asma Mahfouz and the vlog that started a revolution


Twenty-eight hours in Tahrir

Mark LeVine describes the sense of exhilaration among Egyptians at Cairo’s Tahrir Square.

Tahrir: Between the festive and the political

The Growing Importance of Online Awareness Networks

Egyptian president steps down amidst groundbreaking digital revolution

World Leaders Cheer but Remain Wary (of Social Networking)

Should spies spend more time on Twitter?

Knocking over entire web systems

Facebook and YouTube Fuel the Egyptian Protests

A Question of Arab Unity – Disillusion – 03 Mar 08 – Pt.1

The Disruptiveness of Social Media – Update

Victory for Egypt’s Leaderless Revolution

Plans For Egypt’s Transition Do Not Speak to Intensifying Financial Crisis

Equal Rights Takes to the Barricades

Are Soccer Fans the Unsung Heroes of Egypt’s Uprising?!5746811/are-soccer-fans-the-unsung-heroes-of-egypts-uprising

4 Reasons Why Egypt’s Revolution Is Not Islamic

Egypt: An idea whose time has come

For Egypt, This Is the Miracle of Tahrir Square

The People of Egypt Have Done It! They Have Driven Mubarak Out!

The Woman Who’s Explaining Egypt To The West!5747762/the-woman-whos-explaining-egypt-to-the-west

Egypt’s popular revolution will change the world

In discovering their power to determine their future, north Africa’s protesters have already opened a new age in world history

For Egypt, this is the miracle of Tahrir Square

Comrades and Brothers

Egypt: A Striking Success & An Uncertain Future

The resurrection of pan-Arabism

Egypt: Seeds of change

Arab Leaders, Facing Calls for Reform, Consider Next Move

Egypt Erupts in Jubilation as Mubarak Steps Down


WikiLeaks Backers `Anonymous’ to Be Probed by U.S. Grand Jury

Bread and Butter Revolution: Egypt’s Workers Mobilize for a New Future

The Muslim Brotherhood’s Strategy in Egypt

Political Islam is here to stay — US must accept and adjust

Military falls out with protesters over Egypt’s path to democracy

Egyptian Military: Country Will Keep Current Leadership, Adhere to Treaties

Why the Army Won’t Shoot Protesters

Egypt uprising is turning point for region and U.S. » peoplesworld

How food prices can fuel revolutions like Egypt’s

Building The Great Pyramid – BBC 1/6

The Muslim Brotherhood’s ‘intellectual godfather’

Young Voices of the North African Revolution:

“There is a rising conscience in the region, so why not go for it?” … “It is about time we show what we’re really made of. Our brothers in Tunisia did it and so did our brothers in Egypt. It is about time for us.” ~ Young Sudanese Protesters, (Source: NY Times)

Algerian protesters clash with police as Egypt fervour spreads

Fresh clashes in Yemen over support for government

Thousands rally in Yemen’s capital

Yemen: Pro-Government Forces Attack Demonstrators

Africa reacts to the fall of Mubarak

Hunger and food security: Is Africa selling the farm?

Pambazuka – Tunisia’s revolution: Self-organisation for self-emancipation

Sudan’s protests triggered by long-term economic, political frustrations

A more complicated discussion we all should begin to have is on the nature of American Empire and how it operates – how it constrains and contradicts what should be natural diplomatic exchanges and gestures. We need to review the nature and limits of Executive power, Electoral Power and how we as Americans should begin to spark our own movement for a more genuine Democracy.

Obama on Mubarak Resignation: ‘Egypt Will Never Be the Same’

When Democracy Weakens

Could a U.S. government crackdown take America off the internet?!5746338/could-a-us-government-crackdown-take-america-off-the-internet

Mubarak steps down: Obama’s a big reason why

Timeline: US indecision on Egypt

Mubarak Steps Down and Fox News Calls the American People Marxist

The Lobbyists Watching Egypt’s Back

Washington’s Secret History with the Muslim Brotherhood

Lobbyists Help Egyptian Officials Get Aid, Support From U.S.

Meet the Two American Companies Helping Egypt Restrict Its People

The Middle East’s Pox Americana

Chomsky: Why the Mideast Turmoil Is a Direct Threat to the American Empire

The Great Unravelling: Tunisia, Egypt and the Protracted Collapse of the American Empire

10 Reasons Americans Should Care About the Egyptian Revolution

Israelis divided on how to respond to Egypt turmoil,0,403589.story?track=rss

IMF calls for dollar alternative

The Internet Strikes Back: Tell Congress to Stand Up for Net Neutrality

CIA: Frank G. Wisner arrived in Cairo [Voltaire]

WikiLeaks: Egyptian torturers trained by FBI

ISS – U.S. defense contractors with the most at stake in Egypt

CNN: Getting to the truth in Egypt

» Internet ‘Kill Switch’ Legislation Back in Play

WikiLeaks cables: Saudi Arabia cannot pump enough oil to keep a lid on prices | Business | The Guard

» Anonymous Hacks Security Firm Investigating It and Releases E-mail

ONES + ZEROS: 02/07/2011–2

‘Anonymous’ Takes Down Security Firm That Threatened to Expose its Members – by PC Magazine,2817,2379587,00.asp

Anonymous Hackers Pay Back FBI Snitch with 50,000 Leaked Emails!5753570/anonymous-hackers-pay-back-fbi-snitch-with-50000-leaked-emails

Julian Assange: ‘How do you attack an organisation? You attack its leadership’ | Media | The Observe

WikiLeaks’ Julian Assange, Pt. 1 – 60 Minutes – CBS News

EFF Uncovers Widespread FBI Intelligence Violations

A Campaign to Smear WikiLeaks Supporters – Truthdig

Chicken Revolution 2.0

How Twitter has become the people’s voice on the eve of its fifth birthday

From Stephen Fry’s thoughts to protests in Egypt and Tunisia, the micro-blogging site has changed the way we communicate. But will it become the voice of revolution or another social media cash cow?

My Love, Egypt

Egypt: The camp that toppled a president

The tyrant has gone. Now the real struggle begins for Egypt

The protesters have stripped Mubarak and his foreign backers of their authority. But the roots of despotism run deep

New Yorkers celebrate Egypt revolution

A Perfect End to a Perfect Revolution: Massive Volunteer Clean-Up at Tahrir Square

Protesters Are Awesome: Look at This Beautiful Video of Today’s “Day of Cleaning” in Egypt

Egypt shows ‘clash of civilizations’ was a myth‘clash-of-civilizations’-was-a-myth/

Egypt Celebrations: PHOTOS Following Mubarak Resignation

World Celebrates with Egypt (Feb 11-12)

Egypt: Hosni Mubarak used last 18 days in power to secure his fortune

To Mohammad El-Sayed Said

Al Jazeera’s senior political analyst pays tribute to the community organisers who made Egypt’s revolution possible.

Popular anger boils over in Iraq

Further protests in Algeria, Tunisia and Yemen

Unrest in Algeria Put Down by Police

Algeria Internet Not Shut Down, According To Renesys Analysis

Algeria A Timeline of Discontent

Protests in Algeria and Yemen

Scuffles have broken out at pro-democracy rallies in Algeria and Yemen following the fall of Hosni Mubarak in Egypt.

After Tunisia, a rise of revolt in Algeria?

Iran Green Movement

Thousands March in Anti-Govt Protest in Baghdad

Lawyers Union Organizes Call to Sack Judges, Investigate Secret Prisons

White House Reporters Send Terse Letter To Gibbs Over Press Shop’s Handling Of Egypt

Chicken Revolution3.0

People & Power – Egypt: Seeds of change

The Facebook Freedom Fighter

Wael Ghonim’s day job was at Google. But at night he was organizing a revolution.

The Secret Rally That Sparked an Uprising

Cairo Protest Organizers Describe Ruses Used to Gain Foothold Against Police; the Candy-Store Meet That Wasn’t on Facebook

Egyptian Activists Inspired by Forgotten Martin Luther King Comic

Martin Luther King Jr. comic book distributed in Tahrir Square

Social Media in North Africa

Wael Ghonim 60 Minutes

The Dead and Martyred

Egypt: First the government, next the arts?,0,7859859.story

Trade unions: the revolutionary social network at play in Egypt and Tunisia

Egypt revolution: With a military junta in charge, now the politics start|+All+Stories)

A Guide to Reading the Egyptian Uprising in its first week

Mona Eltahawy on ABC’s This Week

Obama Team Missed Egypt Signals

Egypt army struggles to clear Tahrir Square protesters

Egypt’s Military Dissolves Parliament; Calls for Vote

A Free Egypt Means Freedom From America

Army and protesters disagree over Egypt’s path to democracy

Activists reject army appeal to leave Tahrir Square as new leadership resists pressure to hand power to civilian administration

Dual Uprisings Show Potent New Threats to Arab States

On “Leaderless Revolutions” and the Fall of Mubarak

An Egyptian Revolution? It’s Still Too Soon to Say

The revolution continues after Mubarak’s fall

Egypt’s New Military Rulers To Ban Unions, Strikes

Egypt rebellion spreads to sprawling state economy

Egypt revolution: With a military junta in charge, now the politics start|+All+Stories)

Mideast Unrest Spreads

Protests Target Iran, Bahrain, Libya; Egypt Dissolves Parliament, Sets Elections

Yesterday Egypt, today Algeria

This was the slogan of the brave protesters in Algiers on Saturday, making the first breach in Algeria’s wall of fear

Five Arab Countries That the “Jasmine Revolution” May Spread to Next

Algeria protesters push for change

Chicken revolution 4.0

Egyptian protesters slam military rule

Egypt’s revolution has just begun

Chicken Revolution 5.0

On “Leaderless Revolutions” and the Fall of Mubarak

by David Porter

Egypt revolution: With a military junta in charge, now the politics start|+All+Stories)

Trade unions: the revolutionary social network at play in Egypt and Tunisia

The media have focused on Facebook and Twitter, but the pro-democracy movements have flourished thanks to unions

Egypt protests continue in the factories

Egypt’s striking workers won’t entrust the transition to democracy to the generals who were the backbone of the dictatorship

Region in revolt

Labor Activists Rejoice in Egypt, but Will It Last?

Egypt public sector staff on strike

Strikes spread after Egypt uprising, worrying army

Egypt’s New Military Rulers To Ban Unions, Strikes

Army takes over in Egypt and orders ban on trade union strikes after old regime deposed

Egypt rebellion spreads to sprawling state economy

Facebook Officials Keep Quiet on Its Role in Revolts

A Tunisian-Egyptian Link That Shook Arab History

Spreading Revolution

The Secret Rally That Sparked an Uprising

Cairo Protest Organizers Describe Ruses Used to Gain Foothold Against Police; the Candy-Store Meet That Wasn’t on Facebook

Egypt’s revolution has just begun

Egypt: First the government, next the arts?

With Hosni Mubarak’s repressive regime gone, filmmakers, musicians and others hope freedom of expression will thrive. Some already have crossed old boundaries.,0,7859859.story

Egypt Martyrs

The Facebook Freedom Fighter

Wael Ghonim’s day job was at Google. But at night he was organizing a revolution.

Sout Al Horeya صوت الحريه Amir Eid – Hany Adel – Hawary On Guitar & Sherif On Keyboards

What makes a revolution succeed?

While the aspirations are different, Egyptians could take five lessons from Iran’s 1979 revolt.

Exactly what role did social media play in the Egyptian revolution?

The Reality of Revolution

Without economic justice, democratic dreams in the Middle East can never truly be fulfilled.

Egypt revolution: Protesters vow to keep pressure on military

Arab women lead the charge for political change

Egypt: The Distance Between Enthusiasm and Reality

Yesterday Egypt, today Algeria

This was the slogan of the brave protesters in Algiers on Saturday, making the first breach in Algeria’s wall of fear

Algeria ‘to lift emergency laws’

Foreign minister says 19-year-old emergency will end “within days” amid calls for more protests against government.

Bahrain Uprising: Footage of Police Brutality and Live Firing at Protesters

As Egypt uprising inspires Middle East, Iran sees biggest protests in a year

Thousands of Yemeni protesters urge veteran leader Saleh to quit

Police disperse Iranian protesters with tear gas

Egypt’s impact: Unrest sweeps the Middle East

Obama mum on crackdown in Yemen

Assange: WikiLeaks helped spark Tunisia, Egypt revolutions

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