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Israeli Apartheid Week 2014

Israeli Apartheid Week (IAW) is an international series of events that seeks to raise awareness about Israel’s apartheid policies towards the Palestinians and to build support for the growing Boycott, Divestment, and Sanctions (BDS) campaign. Read the full call out, find out … Continue reading

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#OpEgypt #Egypt: “Pro-Morsi” clash with army in #Suez. 10-1-2014

Unauthenticated video showing a civilian wounded in the back. It’s possible that he was unarmed, just throwing stones, or maybe trying to film the scene. However, in the same video, from behind the victim, an “armed element” (within other unarmed … Continue reading

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Peaceful Lies? | #Egypt

Their English speaking outlets will say “violent incidents are made by

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#Egypt’s “prominent activists” leaking badly! 001

Source On Monday February 27th, 2012, WikiLeaks began publishing The Global Intelligence Files, over five million e-mails from the Texas headquartered “global intelligence” company Stratfor. The e-mails date between July 2004 and late December 2011. They reveal the

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#OpEgypt: Pro-Morsi publish their “hit list” V0.1

“Pro-Morsi” publish a list of names and details of cops who have allegedly participated in the August 14th incident in Rabaa square, Nasr City, Cairo. The list is posted on one of the Muslim Brotherhood’s official local websites, in Arabic … Continue reading

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A Nonviolent Muslim Brotherhood? | #OpEgypt #Egypt

Article by Ibrahim el-Houdaiby  at the Middle East Institute on Oct 04, 2013 Three months after the ousting of President Mohamed Morsi, Egypt’s Muslim Brotherhood remains in shock. In two and a half years, the group went full circle, from … Continue reading

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Egypt: Nothing was inevitable

Opinion by Ibrahim El-Houdaiby, published by Ahram Online on Friday 13 Sep 2013. Some believe, or pretend, current developments that seem to abort the revolution were inevitable and unavoidable, and thus exploring the reasons for the present situation and highlighting … Continue reading

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#OpEgypt | The Search for Democracy: An Egyptian Take

Video that provides a background for the turbulent events since Morsi took power and was later deposed by the army, and pose the central question of how to see these developments in the light of democracy.The search for democracy continues. … Continue reading

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#OpEgypt: Press Release #1: “The Coup of the Coup” | #Egypt

OpEgypt’s audio press release number 1, regarding the latest developments in Egypt.

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#OpEgypt: Mubarak, Morsi & Justice in #Egypt

The SCAF of 2011/2012 (Tantawi) has destroyed any evidence that could convict Mubarak. Thus leading to him standing trial over ridiculous corruption charges, and his release from all “killing protestors” charges (which Tantawi himself should stand trial over it too). … Continue reading

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