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Tears in Tunisia: Farewell to the Revolution’s Poet (2) Posted by on Jul 20, 2014

Marhaba! I am confident you enjoyed learning about this great late Tunisian poet. His poetry is certainly inspiring in every possible way. Poetry is another beautiful artistic way to express thoughts and feelings about real world significant issues and problems. The grievances of the Arabs in different states are immense and different poets, scholars, painters…

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Tears in Tunisia: Farewell to the Revolution’s Poet Posted by on Jul 19, 2014

Marhaba! A couple of days ago, a much loved and respected poet in the Arab world passed away. The late Ali al-Aswad Marzouki, one of Tunisia’s greatest poets, died at the age of 75 after a long illness. If you have come across his work, you would know that he is one of the greatest…

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Resitance Songs Posted by on Feb 15, 2014

In my previous post, I invited you to think about the situation in Egypt and what is happening there. Today, I write about one of the impacts of the coup that took place in Egypt on the 3rd of July 2013, and resulted in ousting the first civilian democratically elected president of Egypt after one…

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The uprising of women in the Arab world Posted by on Apr 19, 2013

The uprising of women in the Arab world (انتفاضة المرأة في العالم العربي) is a facebook page ( established in October 2011 by 4 Arab women from Egypt, Lebanon, and Palestine. They set up a facebook page and invited women and men to take inspiration from the Arab Spring to call for women’s rights and…

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Even Stronger Winds of Change Posted by on Feb 23, 2011

The winds of change started in Tunisia, followed by Egypt. Now, demonstrations are everywhere in the Arab world, Yeme, Libya, Morocco, Bahrain and Kuwait. Libya in particular presents a very critical situation at the moment, as the Libyan regime under Gadafi is using unprecedented violence to crush the revolution, including the use of live ammunition…

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