المحلة..من هنا بدأت الثورة في 6 أبريل 2008 -
تصوير عبد الناصر نوري – رويترز
Breaking News: Report: Female DNA found on Boston attack bomb
A report from the Wall Street Journal says investigators have found female DNA on at least one of the bombs used in the Boston Marathon attacks. However, they haven’t determined whose DNA it is or whether that means a woman helped the two suspects carry out the attacks, according to US…
قالت هيومن رايتس ووتش في تقرير أصدرته اليوم عن بورما: يجب وقف أعمال “التطهير العرقي” التي تُمارس ضد الروهينغيا المسلمين. هذه جرائم ضد الإنسانية لم يُعاقَب عليها أحد و هناك أزمة إنسانية في ولاية أراكان
و رحل #شافيز ..فمن الذي سيخلفه في الحكم؟ #Venezuela president Hugo #Chavez dead at 58
President Hugo Chavez, the fiery populist who declared a socialist revolution in Venezuela, crusaded against U.S. influence and championed a leftist revival across Latin America, died Tuesday at age 58 after a nearly two-year bout with cancer.
Vice-President Nicolas Maduro, surrounded by other government officials, announced the death in a national television broadcast. He said Chavez died at 4:25 p.m. local time.
During more than 14 years in office, Chavez routinely challenged the status quo at home and internationally. He polarized Venezuelans with his confrontational and domineering style, yet was also a masterful communicator and strategist who tapped into Venezuelan nationalism to win broad support, particularly among the poor. (Photo: PRESIDENCIA/AFP/Getty Images)
2-2 Girls beat Palestinian woman in Jerusalem rail station
TUESDAY, 26 FEBRUARY 2013 14:29
A group of Israeli girls beat a Palestinian woman Monday afternoon at a light rail station in Jerusalem.
The Israeli news source nrg.co.il reports that the light rail security guard, as well as some 100 religious Israeli men, stood by and did nothing as the woman was beaten at the Kiryat Moshe rail station in Jerusalem. The attackers also managed to pull her headscarf off. Eyewitness Dorit Yarden Dotan, who was horrified by the violence and took photos of the beating with her telephone, reports that the security guard even “watched and smiled”. “It was simply terrible,” she added.
Hours later, a demonstration took place in downtown Jerusalem to mark six months since the savage lynch of 20 year old Hassan Usruf in the area. To date none of the some 20 Israeli youths who beat him have been punished.
Eyewitnesses report that the light rail security guard watched with a smile as the Palestinian woman was beaten (Photo: Dorit Yarden Dotan, nrg.co.il)
Arafat’s wife mourn during the funeral of Arafat Jaradat in the West Bank town of Saeer, near Hebron, Monday, Feb. 25, 2013. Thousands have attended the funeral procession of a 30-year-old Palestinian man who died under disputed circumstances in Israeli custody. Palestinian officials say autopsy results show Jaradat was tortured by Israeli interrogators, while Israeli officials say there’s no conclusive cause of death yet and that more tests are needed.
(AP Photo/Bernat Armangue)
Please reblog this.
I’m an American living in Cairo, and have been for several years. I was proud to watch the revolution, and even participate in several days of protests myself. I remain mostly quiet as this revolution needs to be in the hands of the Egyptians. It is their destiny, their legacy.
However, when I see a danger, I feel the need to speak out. There have been many instances of police brutality throughout the Mubarak era, and through the revolution, it has not stopped. This revolution was fought to bring democracy, freedom of speech and a downfall of the corruption that was a trademark of the Mubarak era. Sadly, it has not stopped yet. The new regime has brought more of the same old story.
This is not the time nor the place for finger wagging and soap box preaching about who was elected and why. Please do not use this as the forum for that debate.
Tonight I sat and watched a protestor in his mid 40’s get captured in the street, stripped naked, kicked and beaten senseless, dragged across the pavement and thrown into a black special ops van. I will edit in a video link once it’s uploaded. This is NOT an isolated incident. There is a pattern of escalating violence here.
I don’t know what i hope to accomplish aside from bringing awareness back to social media, where this revolution began, that IT IS NOT OVER. It is not over for us. It is not over for the Egyptian people. We will continue, we will persevere until freedom of speech, freedom of peaceful protest, freedom of peaceful congregation, and democracy are secured.
Please show your support for these principles. Remind the people of Egypt that you have not forgotten us either. I stood in Tahrir with a sign 2 years ago that read “Egyptians want a government of the people, by the people, and for the people. Sound Familiar? Americans Support You!” I know I’m not alone in my support.
My prayers to this man, and his family.
و آه من وجع قلوب كل الأطفال الخائفين و أمهاتهم في سوريا #Syria #Aleppo
A frightened child stands in the street after a Syrian government artillery shell destroyed his family home in the Shaar neighborhood of Aleppo, on October 13, 2012.
(Zac Baillie/AFP/Getty Images)(via fuati)
سؤال هام جدا بخصوص مجزرة بستان القصر للأطباء #Syria #Aleppo #Egydoctors
سؤال للأطباء ..
اذا فرضنا أنو نهر قويق جرف الشهداء اللي شفناهون اليوم من مناطق النظام لبستان القصر .. فيني قدر المسافة ب 2 كم بين أقرب نقطة مسيطر عليها النظام عند الحديقة العامة من نهر قويق لبستان القصر .. واذا فرضنا أنو سرعة انتقال الجثة بالمياه 200 متر بالساعة (مع أنو مستحيل وهي سرعة…